Dirty Bangladesh at the New Zealand Run Festival

In the first innings of the Hamilton Test, New Zealand runs on a big league with a big lead to lead the league further. On Friday, they made 365 runs. At the end of the second day, the team scored 451 for 4 wickets.

Bangladesh went back to 234 runs in the previous day. Kiwis were 217 runs ahead with 6 wickets in hand.

The great opening pair created a great opening pair. Raval added 254 runs with Latham. This is the third best opening partnership in New Zealand history.

In the 17th Test, the first century of the career was seen by Ravel. The last seven fifties have touched three times, touching eighty. In this Sedan Park, it has to be frustrated twice. But for the first century Bangladesh is always the favorite favorite team!

Raval’s two-year wait also ended. The inconclusive taste of the first Test century found. The left-hander is the 32nd batsman to get the first Test century against Bangladesh! Latham scored a half-century in the third Test.

Bowling of Bangladesh throughout the day was absolutely lazy. Three pacemakers did not have the pace. Was not consistent with the pressure of a good ball, and the continuity of the pressure. Rather, irregular bowlers, the soft government was comparatively effective. In the spin, Mehdi Hassan Miraz is bound to get line-length, runs scored Deedar.

Two Kiwi openers have played since the morning. Initially, a lot of planning was in the bowling of Bangladesh. Abu Zayed has tried to trap the batsman by trapping the mid-wicket and mid-on for two left-handed batsmen in the round-the-clock. But Ravel-Latham took care of it.

Ravel’s innings was almost perfect. Shortly before lunch, Ibadat Hossain took a three-sided note at the boundary of two great pools. Thousands touching the century was filled in the test,

After the first century, Raval also got another first taste. Mehedi Hasan Miraj scored a six-wicket haul in the previous over of the lunch, his first six in Test cricket!

During the 47th over, Latham completed 3,000 Test runs. After the success of the formidable form of the ninth and the third Test century of the career.

Mahmudullah broke the pair that seemed overwhelming. In the first over of the Bangladesh captain, he was dismissed for 132 by playing his unbeaten slog sweep.

Raval returned but did not return to Bangladesh. Williamson gave a new blow to the run chuck. With Latham, the pair was runners up in a pair of ODIs.

Latham caught the ninth strike on the first day, the gentleman finally stopped to stop Latham. Breaking the 88-run partnership with 79 runs. Mohammad Mithun took a great diving catch at Wide Slip.

Latham, who scored 248 ball, scored 161 runs in 17 fours and 3 sixes. In the previous two Tests, he had an unbeaten 264 and 176 in the innings.

Suddenly, after a while, Soumya surprised. In the second new ball, the experienced Ross Taylor returned in the best delivery.

The new ball is available at the end. Williams and Henry Nicholas lose the luster in the shot’s shot. It was another pair of partnerships.

The pair finished just 100 runs at the end of the day. Nirolas bowled 53 runs in the absence of a simple silly ball from Miraz.

Williamson did not make any mistakes. End of the day, 93 runs of 132 balls. New Zealand, on the way to take the lead in the captain’s batting.

Short score:

Bangladesh 1st innings: 234

New Zealand 1st innings: 451/4 in 118 overs (previous day 86/03) (Raval 132, Latham 161 Williamson, Taylor 4, Nicholas 53, Wagner, Abu Zayed 23-4-65-0, Iqatat 21-4777- 0, Khaled 22-6-84-0, Soumya 18-1-57-2, Miraj 31-1-149-1, Mahmudullah 1-0-3-1, Mominul 1-0-11-0)