One of the floodlights went of with Bangladesh struggling at 45/6  © Getty Images
One of the floodlights went of with Bangladesh struggling at 45/6 © Getty Images

Play has stopped in the match between Bangladesh and New Zealand as one of the light tower has stopped working at Eden Gardens, Kolkata. Bangladesh are 45/6 after 11 in their chase for 146. The fall started as Tamim Iqbal was run out by Colin Munro in the second over before Mohammad Mithun was removed  by Mitchell McClenaghan for 11. Since then, Sabbir Rahman and Mithun steadid the ship, taking their time and adjusting to the nature of the pitch. But their partnership was broken as McClenaghan bowled Mithun, with score at 29/2 after 5.4 overs. Out came Shakib, but the lack of runs meant he lost patience, getting caught at long on of Mitchell Santner’s bowling. Soon after, Sabbir was also removed of bowling of Nathan McCullum. FULL SCORECARD: New Zealand vs Bangladesh, 28th T20 Match, Super 10 Group 2

Bangladesh’s innings went into a shock state, as Soumya Sarkar and Mushfiqur Rahim were removed in consecutive overs. Mahmadullah was joined at crease by Shuvagata Hom before the one of the light towers went off. Earlier in New Zealand’s inings, Mustafizur Rahman became only the second  Bangladeshi bowler to take 5 wickets in a T20 International game. Mustafizur finished his spell with figures of 5 for 22 from his 4 overs. READ: BAN 45/6 | Overs 11 | Live Cricket Score Bangladesh vs New Zealand, T20 World Cup 2016, 28th Match at Kolkata: Mushfiqur back in the dugout

His bowling was very impressive, as he took the key wickets of Henry Nichols early on. He also removed New Zealand skipper Kane Williamson who was looking good on 42. He then went on to remove Grant Elliott in his third and teams 18th over, before taking 2 wickets in 2 deliveries in the final over.