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T20 World Cup 2014

Netherlands vs New Zealand Match Report : ICC World T20 2014

 
25th Match Netherlands v New Zealand
Date : 29 March 2014 Time : 09:30 GMT - 15:30 Local - 15:00 IST
Venue : Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium, Chittagong
 
BB McCullum NZ

Player of the Match : BB McCullum (New Zealand)

25th Match ICC World T20 2014 : 25th game of ICC world t20 2014 was played between Netherlands and New Zealand at Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium, Chittagong. New Zealand won the match by 6 wickets and raise points in points table tally of ICC t20 world cup 2014. BB MCCullum declared man of the for his 65 runs of 45 balls.

Earlier, New Zealand skipper won the toss and decided to put Netherlands into bat first. Netherlands made confident start with SJ Myburgh and MR Swart. Both played good initially. But SJ Myburgh fall scoring 16 runs. Next coming batsman W Barresi also departed early scoriing 4 runs. But, PW Borren joinrd with SJ Myburgh and played good inning of 49 runs of 35 balls. In later overs TLW Cooper 40 of 23 balls played quick innng and put Netherland on respected totals of 151 runs at the end of 20 overs.

Following target of 152 runs, New Zealand lost MJ Guptill early. But, skipper BB McCullum joined with KS Williamson and took the charge in hand. Both played sensible cricket and put New Zealand in winning position. KS Williamson made 29 runs and BB MCCullum contributed important 65 runs of just 45 balls. Rest was done by LRPL Taylor 18 of 11 balls and CJ Anderson 20 of 14 balls and New Zealand won the match in 19 overs with 6 wickets.

Thus, New Zealand earn 2 important points and Netherlands yet to win in Group stage matches. BB MCCullum skipper of New Zealand declared man of the match for his 65 runs inning of 45 balls.


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