Bangladesh lost the ODI series

Bangladesh was thinking to come back strongly, and Black Caps were thinking to seal the series as soon as possible. And finally, Black Caps won again. New Zealand defeated  Bangladesh by 67 runs. To come back strong Mashrafi’s team started very well with the ball, and they were doing their best.
The captain Mashrafi Bin Mortaza bowled very well, and he was getting wickets consecutively. Bangladesh showed their incredible performance while bowling. Mashrafi took the decision to bowl first, and he showed it what exactly he was thinking to do. Bangladeshi bowlers taking wickets continuously and they packed up the innings of New Zealand within 251 runs.
Without Neil Broom, no other Black Caps were able to add enough scores on the scoreboard. The danger man Martin Guptill was got out early by Mashrafi, and that was just a starting of the destruction of New Zealand’s innings. After that, Mashrafi took two wickets more. Taskin Ahmed and Shakib Al Hasan took two wickets each. Bangladeshi bowlers were showing the dream and hoped to win the match, but all batsmen broke that quickly.
Opener Tamim Iqbal and Imrul Kayes started very well to chase 251 runs, but Tamim got out early when the score Board was on 31. After Tamim’s departure Sabbir Rahman and Imrul Kayes doing their job pretty well. They were building a partnership to chase the target easily.
But unfortunately, Sabbir Rahman got an unusual out. Both batsmen were running towards the non-striking end. The third umpire was called, and Sabbir Rahman was given out. That was just the beginning of Bangladesh’s batting innings collapse.
Sabbir Rahman got out when the team’s scoreboard was in 105 runs. After that Bangladeshi, Batsmen were kept getting out. After Sabbir’s departure, Bangladesh lost five wickets within 36 runs. Mashrafi Bin Mortaza and debutant Nurul Hasan were trying to rescue Bangladesh from losing the match, but that effort went in vain. Bangladesh lost the match by 67 runs.