Home Today's Paper Most Popular Video Gallery Photo Gallery
Subscription Blog Signin Register
Logo
Monday, December 16, 2019 01:11:53 PM
Follow Us On: Facebook Twitter Twitter Twitter Twitter

England collapse to give New Zealand T20 series lead

photo by AP photo

New Zealand\'s Martin Guptill plays pull shot during the third Twenty20 international cricket match against England at Saxton Oval, in Nelson, New Zealand on Tuesday.

By
06th-Nov-2019       
Share
  • Twitter
  • Google+
  • Save
  • E-mail
  • Print
Comments
Share your thought
Post a comment »
Read all () »

AFP, Nelson :
A dramatic England collapse which saw five wickets fall for only 10 runs allowed New Zealand to snatch a 14-run victory in their Twenty20 international in Nelson Tuesday.
It also put New Zealand 2-1 ahead in the series with two games to play.
England were on track to overhaul New Zealand's 180 when they reached 139 for two in the 15th over, with captain Eoin Morgan in full flight as he cracked sixes off consecutive Mitchell Santner deliveries.
But with England needing 42 off the remaining 31 deliveries Santner turned the match when he had Morgan caught by Colin Munro off the final ball of the over.
Dawid Malan (55) and James Vince (49) had laid a solid foundation for England at the top of the innings.
But Morgan's dismissal started a collapse which saw Munro run out Sam Billings for one in the following over before Blair Tickner removed Vince.
In the space of two deliveries Lockie Ferguson bowled Lewis Gregory without scoring and had Sam Curran caught for two leaving Tom Curran and Saqib Mahmood to struggle through to the end.
"That's one that got away," England captain Morgan said, pointing to the lack of experience in his squad.
"We were in control for the whole chase until we were three or four down, probably that's a lack of experience. The the guys need to get more games into them at this level."
Ferguson and Tickner both finished with two for 25 while spinner Santner and Ish Sodhi took a wicket apiece.
"It could have gone either way at the halfway mark. But we knew if we could keep taking wickets it would be touch for them," New Zealand captain Tim Southee said.
A sound middle-order partnership by Colin de Grandhomme and Ross Taylor laid the basis for New Zealand after Martin Guptill had given them a flying start with 33 off 17 deliveries.
Man-of-the-match de Grandhomme smacked 55 off 35 while Taylor produced a more sedate 27 from 24 in a 66-run stand after New Zealand were three down in the eighth over.
It was a better performance by England in the field with a much-improved catching effort which accounted for four of the seven wickets. But the bowling discipline dropped as New Zealand benefited from eight wides and two no balls.

Tariff
Add Rate

News Archive

Inside The New Nation

Editorial »

We must ensure safety and unity


TODAY we celebrate our 49th Victory Day. On this day in December 1971 we achieved final victory in the war against Pakistan when Indian army became directly involved in the war. The history is our leaders did not prepare the country for a military confrontation, much less than a war. ...

Cricket »

Tigers focus firmly on Test cricket amid BBPL festivity


Even though the whole Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) seemed to be immersed with the Bangabandhu Bangladesh Premier League (BBPL) from which they want to pick up some players for the World T20 next year in Australia, the Tigers team management kept their firm focus on Test cricket also.Bangladesh national team ...

Business & Economy »

LG Electronics to continue dev project in BD


Business Desk :A special reception for the LG Ambassador Programme 2019 was held at the best Western La Vinci Hotel in Karwan Bazar with the lucky winners. The main goal of the LG Ambassador program is to provide financial support to the underprivileged and helpless people in their dream projects ...

Entertainment »

Special debut for Hina Khan in Bollywood


Shabina Khan's popularity sees no boundaries and the ace choreographer has a huge fan-base when it comes to her dance. From Dabangg to Prem Ratan Dhan Payo, the very talented dance guru has set a benchmark in the industry with her amazing choreography. Her work is all about creating new ...

Entertainment »

Momtaz renders theme song of Khulna Tigers in BBPL


Entertainment Report :Bangabandhu BPL T20 2019 has already started. Though the singer was supposed to sing at the opening ceremony, she could not perform due to scheduling conflicts. This time, Momtaz rendered the theme song of Khulna Tigers team in BBPL. It is titled Deshta Kanpchhey Khelar Chapey. Recording of ...

International »

Facing climate emergency, UN summit staggers on


AP, Madrid :After two weeks of talks on tackling global warming, nations have little progress to show for it.Negotiators from almost 200 nations planned to gather for a final time at the U.N. climate meeting in Madrid early Sunday to pass declarations calling for greater ambition in cutting planet-heating greenhouse ...

International »

Modi only misled people in last 6 years’: Manmohan Singh


AP, New Delhi: Former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Saturday cornered the Prime Minister Narendra Modi-led Central government and said that it has only misled people in the last six years as they "failed" to fulfill the promises made to the youth and farmers of the country.Addressing Congress' "Bharat Bachao ...

Editorial »

In other countries fight against corruption begins with heads of govt


WHEN all the initiatives to stop corruption seems to be a futile and fruitless exercise, at this time a group of cartoonists have come forward to portray the extent and impact of corruption through their artworks. Their creative works are now on display at an exhibition at the Zainul Gallery-1 ...

Entertainment »

Janhvi to cause scare Janhvi Kapoor


The actress says working on 'Ghost Stories' had a different energy from the monotonous work on films. Janhvi Kapoor has a handful of films in her kitty and amidst her busy schedule; she will also be seen in a short film.The first look of her short film 'Ghost Stories' was ...

Business & Economy »

City Bank, American Express celebrates 10 years in BD


Business Desk :City Bank and American Express have celebrated 10 years of togetherness in Bangladesh. Officials of both companies unveiled new initiatives at the ten year celebration ceremony at Radisson Blu in the on Friday.To celebrate the decennary celebration, City Bank hosted a musical gala event which got a colorful ...

International »

Pompeo warns Iran of ‘decisive response’ if US interests in Iraq harmed


AFP, Washington :Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Friday warned Iran of a "decisive" response if US interests are harmed in Iraq, after a series of rocket attacks on bases."We must ... use this opportunity to remind Iran's leaders that any attacks by them, or their proxies of any identity, ...

Football »

Rashford adds finishing touch to become complete striker


Marcus Rashford has always had the tools to become a world-class forward. Now he has added a clinical touch to his searing pace and box of tricks.The 22-year-old already has 13 goals for United this season - equalling his best-ever return for the club in a single campaign and is ...

City »

Editors of different newspapers and senior journalists at the inaugural ceremony of Muktijuddho Corner at the Library of the Jatiya Press Club on Saturday.


Front Page »

Martyred Intellectuals’ Day today


UNB, Dhaka :Bangladesh will observe the Martyred Intellectuals Day to commemorate the intellectuals killed by Pakistan occupation forces and their local collaborators just before the end of the Liberation War.On this day in 1971, some of the country's renowned academicians, doctors, engineers, journalists, artists, teachers and other eminent personalities were ...

Editorial »

Import coal but close those brick kilns which are using coals


Coal imports are soaring day by day. Hundreds of brick kilns are now using  an increasing quantity of coal to meet the growing demand of both public and private sectors. Newspapers reported, imports of the fossil fuel rose 70 percent year-on-year to 57.54 lakh tonnes in the fiscal year 2018-19. ...

 
Items that you save may be read at any time on your computer, iPad, iPhone or Android devices.
 
Are you new to our website? Do you have already an account at our website?
Create An Account Log in here
Email this news to a friend or like someone
Email:
Write a comment to this news