Bang vs NZ:
(Bang vs NZ) after bundling out Bangladesh on 126 it was over New Zealand whether they want to bat again or to give follow-on to the visiting country, the host opted for the latter and imposed follow-on to the Bangladeshi team.
Kiwi gave their legend a tribute by winning second match an innings and 117 runs
and batting second Bangladeshi batter had a tough task ahead because New Zealand were 395 runs ahead of them, the Bangladeshi had to make more than 395 runs to get lead over New Zealand team.
just like the first innings, the start of Bangladesh wasn’t very good as the openers were able to add only 27 runs for the first wicket, for the second wicket Najmal Hossain and Mohammad Naim added 44 runs but even before this partnership grows to any extent Neil Wagner got the wicket of Shanto and Bangladesh were 71 for 2.
After Shanto, Captain Mominul Haque, and Mohammad Naim added 28 runs for the third wicket but then Naim falls to Tim Southee, then Bangladeshi middle order disappointed the team once again.
Mominul Haque and Yasir Ali go back to back, the sign of resistance came from Liton Das and Nurul Hasan as both of them added 101 runs for the sixth wicket, but as soon as the partnership look like that it is threatening the Kiwi bowlers Daryl Mitchell sends Nurul Hasan back on the score o 229.
Liton Das was the sole fighter in the Bangladesh batting lineup, he first scored 17 runs of Kyle Jamieson and then he took on Trent Boult and hit him 4 fours in his overs.
and he completed the second test century of his career against New Zealand, he wasn’t able to carry on to score big after his century and got out to Kyle Jamieson.
As Bangladesh were 9 down Kiwi skipper threw the ball to veteran Ross Taylor who was playing last test match of his career, and he did not disappointed his captain as he took the wicket of Ebadot Hossain on the third ball of his over.