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Ross Taylor, Munro take New Zealand to huge total
Ross Taylor scored 107 and Colin Munro made 85 to help New Zealand cruise to 307-5 against Bangladesh in the third and final one-day international on Sunday.
Anton Devcich added 46 while Tom Latham scored 43 to give the visitors a solid base against a struggling Bangladesh.
Mahmudullah returned figures of 2-36 for Bangladesh.
Bangladesh leads the three-match series 2-0.
Anton Devcich c Razzak b Mahmudullah46
Tom Latham cMushfiqur b Rubel 43
Grant Elliott c Gazi bRazzak 3
Ross Taylor not ou 107
Colin Munro c Mushfiqur b Mahmudullah 85
Corey Anderson c Ziaur Rahman b Sohag Gaz 1
Luke Ronchi not ou 1
Extras- (3lb, 6w) 9.
Total- (For five wickets) 307.
Fall of wickets- 1—66, 2—82, 3—101, 4—231, 5—232.
Did not bat: Adam Milne, Nathan McCullum, Kyle Mills, Mitchell McClenagha.
Bowling: Mashrafe Bin Mortoza 8—0—73—0, Rubel Hossain 6—0—38—1 (5w), Sohag Gazi 10—0—67—1 (1w), Abdur Razzak 9—0—57—1, Nasir Hossain 10—1—33—0, Mahmudullah 7—0—36—2.
Umpires: Enamul Haque, Bangladesh, and REJ Martinesz, Sri Lanka
TV Umpire: Sharfuddoula, Bangladesh