New Zealand`s Glenn Phillips (L) plays a shot during the fourth day of second Test cricket match between Bangladesh and New Zealand at the Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium in Dhaka. Pic/AFP
Glenn Phillips and Mitchell Santner held their nerve to help New Zealand chase down 137 runs on a difficult wicket for a series-levelling four-wicket win over Bangladesh in the rain -hit second Test on Saturday.
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Phillips and Santer shared a 70-run partnership for the seventh wicket as New Zealand recovered from 69 for 6 to reach 139 for six on Day 4 to give the team its first victory on Bangladesh soil since 2008. Phillips was not out on 40 after smashing four fours and a six. Santer hit three fours and a six for his 39-ball 35 not out.
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