Martin Guptill returned to shape with an unbeaten century as New Zealand powered to an eight-wicket win over Bangladesh within the first ODI at McLean Park in Napier on Wednesday.
Bangladesh set New Zealand a modest run chase of 233 after struggling an early cave in and the hosts overhauled it in 44.three overs, completing at 233 for two.
Rather with a bit of luck, Guptill was once adjudged the ‘Participant of the Fit’. The Auckland-born opening batsman had extra causes to cheer as he was once interviewed via none rather than his spouse, Laura McGoldrick.
“Probably the most satisfying factor was once how the blokes limited Bangladesh up entrance with the ball. Shedding four wickets within the first 10 is truly tricky to return again from. It (his again) goes to be a little stiff. It’s great to peer the men house. Every now and then sure, every so often no (break day from cricket is helping) it nonetheless didn’t really feel fluent. At maximum portions we communicate to one another however he (Taylor) simply shall we me thru as I bat longer,” Guptill stated throughout the interview.
Guptill’s unbeaten 117-run knock made certain that it helped the Black Caps to a 1-Zero lead within the three-match collection.
McGoldrick and Guptill entered the wedlock again in September 2014 in Auckland. Round 200 folks attended the auspicious rite. The couple tied the knot at St Luke’s Presbyterian Church, Remuera. Each met throughout a talk display and were given engaged again in October 2013. They even have a daughter named Harley and feature shared their kid’s photos on Instagram.
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— CricBoll (@mycricboll) February 13, 2019