Mohammad Mithun top scored for the tourists with 62, supported by Mohammad Saifuddin, who made 41
Bangladesh were all out for 232 after winning the toss and batting first in the first one-day international against New Zealand in Napier on Wednesday.
Mohammad Mithun top scored for the tourists with 62, supported by Mohammad Saifuddin, who made 41.
Spinner Mitchell Santner and paceman Trent Boult took three wickets apiece as New Zealand bowled out Bangladesh with seven balls remaining.
T. Iqbal c Latham b Boult 5
L. Das b Henry 1
S. Sarkar c and b Henry 30
M. Rahim b Boult 5
M. Mithun b Ferguson 62
Mahmudullah c Taylor b Ferguson 13
S. Rahman st Latham b Santner 13
M. Hasan c Neesham b Santner 26
M. Saifuddin c Guptill b Santner 41
M. Mortaza not out 9
M. Rahman b Boult 0
Extras (lb5, w16, nb1, pen 5) 27
Total (all out, 48.5 overs) 232
Fall of wickets: 1-5 (Iqbal), 2-19 (Das), 3-42 (Rahim), 4-42 (Sarkar), 5-71 (Mahmudullah), 6-94 (S. Rahman), 7-131 (Hasan), 8-215 (Saifuddin), 2-229 (Mithun), 10-232 (M. Rahman)
Bowling: Henry 9-1-48-2, Boult 9.5-0-40-3 (w1, nb1), De Grandhomme 5-0-19-0, Ferguson 10-1-44-2 (w6), Santner 8-0-45-3 (w1), Neesham 7-0-26-0 (w4)
New Zealand: Martin Guptill, Henry Nicholls, Kane Williamson (capt), Ross Taylor, Tom Latham, Colin de Grandhomme, Jimmy Neesham, Mitchell Santner, Matt Henry, Lockie Ferguson, Trent Boult