Laura McGoldrick interviews husband Martin Guptill after his ton against Bangladesh
Guptill’s knock made sure that it helped the Black Caps to a 1-0 lead in the three-match series.
Updated - Feb 13, 2019 3:58 pm
Martin Guptill has been struggling with form of late and he has also encountered a few injury issues. The 32-year-old flattered to deceive in the five-match series against India with 37 runs in four games and missed the last match due to a lower back injury. However, the right-handed batsman was back to his best in the first encounter of the three-game ODI series against Bangladesh at the McLean Park in Napier.
After the hosts bowled the Tigers out for 232 in 48.5 overs, Guptill stamped his authority and reached his century in 103 balls to remain not out on 117 runs from 116 balls with eight fours and four hits over the ropes. Quite expectantly, the Auckland-born was adjudged the Player of the Match. The player had more reasons to cheer as he was interviewed by none other than Laura McGoldrick his wife.
A delighted Martin Guptill
“The most pleasing thing was how the guys restricted Bangladesh up front with the ball. Losing 4 wickets in the first 10 is really tough to come back from. It (his back) is going to be a bit stiff. It is nice to see the boys home,” Guptill was quoted as saying.
Sometimes yes, sometimes no (time off from cricket helps) it still didn’t feel fluent. At most parts, we talk to each other but he (Taylor) just lets me through as I bat longer,” he added. Guptill’s knock made sure that it helped the Black Caps to a 1-0 lead in the three-match series.
McGoldrick and Guptill entered the wedlock back in September 2014 in Auckland. Around 200 people attended the auspicious ceremony. The couple tied the knots at St Luke’s Presbyterian Church, Remuera. Both met during a cricket show and got engaged back in October 2013. They also have a daughter named Harley and have shared their child’s pictures on the social media.
Here’s the video of their interview
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