Inexperienced players ‘learning on the job effectively’ the biggest plus, says Henry Nicholls


“If you’re able to stick in there, then it is actually tough for them as well,” Nicholls says about the tough Dhaka tracks

In the T20I series opener, New Zealand combusted to 60 all out – their joint-lowest total in the format. In the second match, they came within one hit of toppling Bangladesh. Then, in the third, which was played on the same pitch that was rolled out for the first fixture, New Zealand overcame a middle-order meltdown to put up 128 for 5, which proved 52 too many for Bangladesh. Henry Nicholls, who was at the heart of New Zealand’s recovery on Sunday, was particularly impressed with the improvement shown by an inexperienced side.

“Yeah, it’s great. From where we started in the first match and right through yesterday, the conditions have all varied in each game, which is a challenge in itself,” Nicholls said at a media interaction. “I think, as a group, we’re pretty inexperienced, and it’s been great to see guys learning on the job effectively.

(With Inputs from ESPN)

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