World Cup 2019: From Ross Taylor's 82 to Shakib's four-for

Ross Taylor's 82 helped New Zealand eke out a narrow two-wicket win over Bangladesh.

Ross Taylor struck a 91-ball 82 as New Zealand beat Bangladesh by two wickets at The Oval in London. Tayor hit nine boundaries during his innings which saw the Kiwis wobble in the middle-overs before going over the line with just two wickets to spare. Photo: getty images
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Mohammad Shaifuddin finished with figures of two for 41. His second wicket was that of Matt Henry, and raised hopes of a Bangladesh win momentarily. Shaifuddin's yorker castled Henry for an eight-ball six. Photo: getty images
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Mehidy Hasan and Shakib Al Hasan bagged two wickets each and with Mosaddek Hossain and Mohammad Shaifuddin kept Bangladesh in the match till the end. Photo: getty images
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Matt Henry's four for 47 restricted Bangladesh to a modest total. Henry got rid of opener Soumya Sarkar before snapping up Mohammad Mithun, Mohammad Saifuddin and Mashrafe Mortaza in quick succession to prevent the Bangla Tigers from racking up a big score. Photo: getty images
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Shakib Al Hasan starred with the bat, scoring a brisk 68-ball 64 with seven fours to help Bangladesh to 244. However, he found little support from his team-mates. Photo: getty images
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