Bangladesh are batting in their first innings

Bangladesh are batting in their first innings

Sports Desk, Dhaka Times

New Zealand lost the last five wickets for 60 runs in the second day of the first Test of the two-match series at Mount Monginue. As a result, the hosts lost all their wickets and stopped at 326 runs. Meanwhile, Bangladesh is batting in their first innings. Before going to lunch, the visitors scored 5 runs without wickets.

Now Mahmudul Hasan Joy is unbeaten on 3 runs and Sadman Islam is unbeaten on 1 run.

New Zealand scored 256 runs for the loss of 5 wickets in the first day’s play. The Kiwi batsmen could not take advantage of the second day. Rachin Rabindro returned to the dressing room with only 4 runs. Then Tim Southee and Kyle Jamieson scored 6 runs. And Neil Wagner returned to zero.

Meanwhile, Henry Nichols, who was batting at his own pace, completed his personal half-century. Mominul made 75 runs before being bowled out. Playing 127 balls, his innings was arranged in 12 fours. Trent Bolt remained unbeaten on 9 runs.

Shariful Islam and Mehedi Hasan Miraj took maximum three wickets each for Bangladesh. Besides, Muminul took two wickets and Ebadat Hossain took one wicket.

(Dhaka Times / 02 January / MM)

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