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Top five run-getters and wicket takers list of Tri-Nation series

Tamim becomes highest run getter and Mustafiz becomes highest wicket taker of tri-nation series

The tri-nation series in Ireland involving the hosts Ireland, and Bangladesh and New Zealand has come to an end on Wednesday with Bangladesh beating the Black Caps by 5 wickets to end the series on a winning note and smile all over. [নিউজটি বাংলায় পড়ুনঃ বাংলাদেশীদের মধ্যে শীর্ষে তামিম-মুস্তাফিজ]

This series saw flurry of runs in almost all the matches, and it is New Zealand’s Tom Latham who emerged as the highest run-getter of the series. In four matches, he scored 257 runs. Neil Broom is the close next, scoring 228 runs in four matches.

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Bangladesh’s Tamim Iqbal is at three, scoring 199 runs in four matches. Ross Taylor is the next man in, with 194 runs to his credit. Soumya Sarkar, though made a golden duck in the last match, scored 151 runs overall.

Among the bowlers, Mitchell Santner was at the summit with 8 wickets in four matches. Bangladesh’s young pace sensation Mustafizur Rahman took one wicket less than Santner to be at two. Ireland’s Peter chase took 6 wickets. Both Mashrafe Bin Mortaza and Scott Kuggeleijn took five wickets each.

Have a look at the top five run getters list of Tri-Nation series-

Name Team Runs
Tom Latham New Zealand 257
Neil Broom New Zealand 228
Tamim Iqbal Bangladesh 199
Ross Taylor New Zealand 194
Soumya Sarkar Bangladesh 151

 

Have a look at the top five wicket takers list of Tri-Nation series-

Name Team
Wickets
Mitchell Santner New Zealand 8
Mustafizur Rahman Bangladesh 7
Peter Chase Ireland 6
Mashrafe Bin Mortaza Bangladesh 5
Scott kuggeleijn New Zealand 5

 

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