Ahmed Shehzad led the green shirts from the front with an aggressive hundred whereas their bowlers penetrated through the batting line up of Bangladesh.
The hosts Bangladesh took a sweet revenge for the Asia Cup defeat from Afghanistan as they beat them all ends up in the opening game of the ICC World T20.
Sohag Gazi excelled with the ball by grabbing a hat trick in the second innings of New Zealand as the first Test ended in a draw on a batting paradise wicket.
The young gun of Bangladesh, Mominul Haque, boosted his side by plundering his maiden Test century and sharing valuable partnerships against New Zealand.
BJ Watling hit another Test ton and put New Zealand into a commanding position vs. Bangladesh, assisted by a solid partnership of 127 runs with Trent Boult.
A responsible century from the top order batsman of the Black Caps, Kane Williamson, guided his team to a sound position in the first Test vs. Bangladesh.
The charged Zimbabwe team led by the sterling performance of Sean Williams and Elton Chigambura, clinched the 2nd ODI vs. Bangladesh and levelled the series.
The Bengal Tigers grasped the third ODI vs. the Lankan Lions in a match which was reduced to 27 overs with a revised target of 183 in a rain disturbed game.
The teenage batsman, Anamul Haque thrashed a ton in his second game as the deadly spin duo of Sohag Gazi and Abdur Razzak humiliated West Indies in the 2nd ODI.
Michael Swart played a commendable knock as the Netherlands won the mind blowing second T20 vs. Bangladesh and levelled the two match series at 1-1.