The team in New Zealand is dominated by Bangladesh. In the series of two games of the Bangladesh tour of New Zealand, the team of Bangladesh is leading the tournament.
Liton Das and Moninul Haque were performed in partnership of runs 51 and 61 respectively.
The session began at 220/4 and ended at 307/4.
As the afternoon session, the Lytton took responsibility for breaking the shackles. The wicketkeeper-batsman played a slip of the drive, making occasional cuts and bridges to manage the game.
Mominul also contributed to cracking some drives and glans. Kyle Jamieson and Neil Wagner were the two bowlers who were completely prepared to move and present the game.
Simultaneously, on the other side, the team New Zealand was getting tense as they were supposed to beat the Mominul.
In this session, Mominul had also edged Wagner to the wicketkeeper but it was a fair decision of no-ball by the third umpire. Moving towards the end, Mominul
Had scored a century and crossed a stand with a drive off Wagner with the milestone of the 300-run mark. Both the batsman also reached their respective fifties.
On the second side, if we talk about New Zealand. The team was started hitting the runs in all right areas. It was Wagner who took the difficult wicket of Mahmudul Hasan Joy. At last, Trent Boult castled Rahim to leave Bangladesh four down.
Let’s take a look at the scores in brief
Bangladesh: 307/4 (Hasan Joy 78; Neil Wagner 3-72) trail New Zealand 328 (Devon Conway 122, Henry Nicholls 75; Shoriful Islam 3-69) by 21 runs