New Zealand’s Ish Sodhi during the second ODI v Bangladesh on Saturday. Pic/AFP
Ish Sodhi became the first New Zealand spinner to claim six wickets in a one-day international to guide the side to a 86-run victory Saturday in the second match of three-match series against Bangladesh.
He contributed a crucial 35 runs when batting to go with his career-best 6-39 as New Zealand registered its first victory in Bangladesh since 2008. The first match was washed out.
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In the 46th over, pace bowler Hasan Mahmud ran Sodhi out backing up at the non-striker's end when on 17 but Bangladesh captain Liton Das called him back.
He then helped the side post 254 before being all out in 49.2 overs and ran through Bangladesh's top order in a gem of legspin.
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