After the exiting game Bangladesh cricket team win the first one day International against the New Zealand team on 29th October 2013, This victory all credit goes to the Rubel Hossain Spinner bowler because Rubel Hossain Hat-Trick In 1st ODI Over New Zealand. Rubel Hossain bolwe very well he get six wickets in 5.5 and gave 26 runs.
New Zealand were 3-82 off 20 overs, replying to Bangladesh’s 265 all out, when rain halted the game for nearly two hours.
New Zealand skipper McCullum was caught by substitute fielder Shamsur Rahman while Neesham flicked a catch to wicketkeeper Mushfiqur Rahim on the leg side as Rubel became the third Bangladeshi to claim a hat-trick in a one-day international.
Rubel took the wicket of Ross Taylor before the rain and later added Nathan McCullum and Grant Elliot (71) to his tally, equalling the record of Mashrafe Mortaza for the best ever ODI bowling for Bangladesh.
Mashrafe, who claimed 6-26 against Kenya at Nairobi in 2006, took the catch of Elliot, the last man out for New Zealand.
The visitors conceded a defeat as Kane Williamson was unable to bat for a thumb injury.
Earlier, Mushfiqur and Naeem Islam hit half-centuries to set up Bangladesh’s total after New Zealand captain McCullum won the toss and elected to field.
The pair added 154 for the fourth wicket to rescue the home side from a perilous 3-25.
Skipper Mushfiqur hit a solid 90 off 98 balls with eight fours and two sixes before he fell to Neesham.
Neesham and Tim Southee were the pick of New Zealand bowlers, sharing seven wickets between them as Bangladesh lost their last five wickets for 33 runs.