Bowling in nets to world-class batters helped me, says Michael Bracewell after New Zealand’s win over Bangladesh

Christchurch [New Zealand]: Following his side’s eight-wicket win over Bangladesh, New Zealand spinner Michael Bracewell said that bowling to world-class batters in the nets aided him.
A half-century from Devon Conway and also limited bowling spells from bowlers helped New Zealand clinch an eight-wicket win over Bangladesh in their tri-nation collection (featuring Pakistan) match in Christchurch on Sunday. “I am truly delighted with my initiative today. The experience of bowling to some course players at the internet aided me, it was testing at times, but exciting too. We have an excellent team of spinners with whom we share ideas, I thought Ish bowled particularly well. I satisfaction on my batting, want to add whenever I get the chance, just do whatever the team desires me to do. No justifications for my gone down catch however, lost it under the sun,” claimed Bracewell in a post-match presentation.
With this win, New Zealand has some factors on the table, with two points as well as one win in 2 matches under their belt. On the other hand, Bangladesh has actually shed both of their games thus far and also is at the bottom of the table.
Earlier, propounded bat first by New Zealand, Bangladesh published 137/8 in their 20 overs. Opener Najmul Hossain Shanto top scored with 33 off 29 balls. He had a 41-run stand with Litton Das that provided Bangladesh some energy. Yet apart from that, it was completely New Zealand bowler’s game.
Bracewell (2/14), Boult (2/25) were the celebrities with the round for Kiwis. Southee and also Ish also took 2 wickets each.
Chasing after 138, Kiwis did shed Finn Allen (16) early. But an 85-run separate Devon Conway (70 *) as well as Kane Williamson (30) was a match-winning one. Glenn Phillips ended up unbeaten on other end with 23 *.
Bracewell’s intense spell of 2/14 in four overs secured him the ‘Guy of the Suit’ title.

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