12 Oct 2010

Two matches left for Black Caps to save face

5:25 pm on 12 October 2010

The New Zealand cricketers are battling to avoid the international embarrassment of a series loss to Bangladesh, after again losing to their hosts in Dhaka.

The Black Caps went two nil down in the best of five series with the home side winning the third match by seven wickets, after game two was a wash out.

Bowler Kyle Mills says they failed with the bat, in setting Bangladesh a meagre target of 174 to win and weren't much better with the ball as the home side chased down the target for the loss of just three wickets and with ten overs to spare.

He says the match marks the lowest point of cricketing career.