NZ won 3rd T20I against Bangladesh by 65 runs

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Rookie Finn Allen made 71 from 29 balls as New Zealand beat Bangladesh by 65 runs on Thursday in the third Twenty20 cricket international, reduced by rain to 10 overs a side.

With their innings reduced to 10 overs due to bad weather, Bangladesh were all out for 76 with three balls to spare, well short of the 142 target set by New Zealand.

Captain Tim Southee said it was satisfying for the New Zealanders to notch their seventh home series win of the season on all formats.

“It’s been a great summer and we’ve played some good cricket and seen a lot of guys come into the environment and do well,” he said.

Bangladesh captain Liton Das said mistakes cost his side, including a series of dropped catches that allowed Allen to run away with the match.
“We’re not playing good cricket in batting and fielding,” he said.
“We’ve been very good bowling but that’s cost us. We’re a young team and we’re learning.”

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