Colin Munro scored two sixes before being bowled by Al Amin Hossain © Getty Images
Colin Munro scored 35 before being bowled by Al Amin Hossain © Getty Images

New Zealand are 105/4 after 16 overs, after losing Colin Munro and Corey Anderson in quick succession. Bangladesh did well to keep New Zealand scoring at check, just conceding 59 runs in first 10 overs. Kane Williamson and Henry Nichols started of decently, scoring 23 after 3 overs. Nichols was then dismissed by Mustafizur Rahman for 7. Scoring was then slowed down as Colin Munro came and took time to get going. On the other end, Willimason was looking solid and classy, before another brilliant slower one by Mustafizur got him. Williamson was out for 42 of 32. Ross Taylor then came to the middle, and both Taylor and Munro took their time in the middle. FULL SCORECARD: New Zealand vs Bangladesh, 28th T20 Match, Super 10 Group 2

After 13 overs, New Zealand were 78/2 and Colin Munro decided to break loose, scoring two sixes. Munro was then bowled for 33 ball 35 by Al Amin Hossain. Corey Anderson next came into the middle. New Zealand hoped Anderson and Taylor can get some boundaries and get New Zealand to a decent total, but Anderson was bowled for 0 by Mashrafe Mortaza. Grant Elliott was the next man to come in. READ: NZ 99/3 | Overs 15 | Live Cricket Score Bangladesh vs New Zealand, T20 World Cup 2016, 28th Match at Kolkata: Munro falls for 35

Earlier, New Zealand won the toss and elected to bat first. They made 2 changes for the day, with Nichols coming in for Martin Guptill and Nathan McCullum coming in for Adam Milne. Bangladesh were unchanged for the game. The Kiwis had already qualified for the semi’s, with Bangladesh already out of the tournament after losing all their 3 previous games. New Zealand won their last game against Pakistan, whereas Bangladesh lost their last game by 1 run against India, in shocking circumstances.