In an unpredecented match, New Zealand somehow managed to squeak home against the much higher rated team – Bangladesh. Such an upset hasn’t been seen in the history of cricket since the days Darrel Hare stalked and munched his way across the cricket field. Vittori, The first ever Italian to play cricket and captain a national side said that he was buying the boys a round at the local pub in celebration of their achievement.
In comparison Ashawful was seen crying as Mortaza Mugabeman lost his wicket and thus ended the match. After the game, an informed source told reporters that he was unconcilable and despondant (who makes up this english words shesh).
Man of the match, Jacob Orang, said that this was the most unbelievable match he has played in his life. Orang scored 75 runs without going out (an amazing feat by New Zealand standards) and he took two wickets without going for more runs than he scored (A rare achievement by New Zealand Players).
The match was so exciting that Ian Smuth was raced to a Auckland hospital after suffering a heart attack, he is believed to be recovering though his commentary is terminally sick.
However this result may not save New Zealand from falling into the relegation (to be joined by Zimbabwe, Nambia, Israel and Outter Mongila).
All eyes are open for the third ODI where Bangladesh is favoured to give New Zealand a heavy blow..
I can’t wait!