Oram helps New Zealand to victory
Bangladesh beat New Zealand by seven wicket in the opening game in Dhaka on Thursday. The third and final match will be played in Chittagong on Tuesday.
All-rounder Jacob Oram struck an unbeaten 75 from 62 balls then took two cheap wickets to help New Zealand to a 75-run win over Bangladesh in the second one-day international on Saturday.
The victory tied the three-match series 1-1.
After New Zealand had scored a modest 212 for nine from their 50 overs, Bangladesh succumbed for 137 all out from 42. 4 overs.
Paceman Kyle Mills was the pick of the bowlers with three for 13 from 6.4 overs.
Mills trapped opener Tamim Iqbal lbw for a duck with the second ball of the first over and won another lbw appeal against Mushfiqur Rahim (11). He also removed Mashrafe Mortaza (27) caught by Oram at mid-off
Captain Mohammad Ashraful top-scored with 40 before being caught behind by Brendon McCullum off Oram, who later bowled Abdur Razzak (3).
Ashraful lasted 86 balls and hit only two boundaries while Siddique faced 68 balls with three boundaries. Mortaza hit a six and three boundaries in his 27 as many balls.
Paceman Syed Rasel with three for 23 headed the Bangaldesh attack as New Zealand slumped to 45 for four.
Oram played patiently to reach 50 from 56 balls before going on to the attack, hitting four sixes and taking 25 runs from the final over by Razzak.
He also struck five boundaries in his fifth one-day international half-century. He was dropped on 26 by Razzak at cover off pace bowler Shahadat Hossain.