Bangladesh vs New Zealand T20 Match, Mostafizur Rahman Ready to fire

Bangladesh vs New Zealand T20 Match, Mostafizur Rahmanready to fire

Mostafizur Rahman also has fond memories of Bangladesh’s recent 4-1 series win over Australia. Started with 5 wickets in the first two matches. Bangladesh vs New Zealand T20 Match, Mostafizur Rahman ready to fire

Then he made 56 dot balls in the whole series. This time the cutter master is going to get New Zealand for the first time in the country. From the experience of Australia series, it can be seen that Satkhira cyanide can be the X factor of the series.

Bangladesh seems to have got back that old Mostafiz of 2015 in Australia series. In the first match of the 5 match series, he took 2 wickets for 16 runs and made 12 dot balls. He took 3 wickets for 23 runs in the second match. Everyone remembers the 19th over in the third match.



In the next match he took 2 wickets with 9 runs in 4 overs. There were 16 dots in that match. Phiz bowled only 1 over in the last match. All in all, he drove the Australian batsmen crazy with 56 dots.

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Mostafiz made his T20 debut against Pakistan on April 24, 2015 in Mirpur. The opening wicket was taken by Pakistan captain Shahid Afridi. So far in 48 matches, 6 wickets at an economy rate of 8 and a half have been named after Phiz. He got 4 and 5 wickets 1 time.

The Tigers’ first match in the T20 World Cup was against New Zealand in Kolkata. Seba took 5 wickets for 22 runs, but the team did not win. Phiz later played 3 more matches on New Zealand soil. Last March, Hamilton was also wicketless with 46 runs.

Speaking in favor of Mirpur’s wicket with his current form, it is possible for Mostafiz to repeat the Australia series. Cricket fans are waiting for the scene of burning the opponent in the fire of Carter-Slower.



Bangladesh has played 10 Twenty20 matches against New Zealand so far. The Tigers did not taste victory in any of them. But this time a stage has been set for a change of statistics in Mirpur.

With that comes the need to give the best of ability. After Australia, this time Mostafiz is the Tigers’ biggest hope in the challenge of winning the T20 series against New Zealand.

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