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New Zealand vs Bangladesh, 2nd Test, Highlights: New Zealand Thrash Bangladesh By An Innings And 117 Runs
New Zealand vs Bangladesh, 2nd Test, Highlights: New Zealand on Tuesday thrashed Bangladesh by an innings and 117 runs in the second Test at the Hagley Oval in Christchurch.
NZ vs BAN, 2nd Test: New Zealand thrash Bangladesh by an innings and 117 runs.© AFP
New Zealand vs Bangladesh, 2nd Test, Highlights: New Zealand on Tuesday thrashed Bangladesh by an innings and 117 runs in the second Test at the Hagley Oval in Christchurch. With this win, the hosts drew the two-match series 1-1. Ross Taylor, who was playing his last Test match, took the final wicket of Bangladesh's second innings. Following on from their first innings score of 126, Bangladesh were rolled over for 278 in the second innings. Initially, Tom Latham scored 252 runs and Devon Conway smashed 109 runs in the first of New Zealand's batting. New Zealand had posted a first innings score of 521 for 6 declared. (SCORECARD)
Highlights of New Zealand vs Bangladesh, 2nd Test, From Hagley Oval in Christchurch
2nd Test, Bangladesh in New Zealand, 2 Test Series, 2022, Jan 09, 2022
Day 3 | Match Ended
Hagley Oval, Christchurch
New Zealand beat Bangladesh by an innings and 117 runs
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NZ vs BAN, 2nd Test, Day 3 Live
Bangladesh will now have to score 395 to avoid an innings defeat! That is an uphil task for a team which failed to score even half of that in their first innings. Will they put up a better fight this time around or will they once again surrender to the New Zealand bowling attack?
So, the news coming in is that, New Zealand HAVE ENFORCED THE FOLLOW-ON! Quite obvious, they have a massive lead and it really made no sense for them to bat again. Yes, many would have said, maybe they could have given Rosco yet another go with the bat but pretty sure the Kiwi legend himself would have wanted his side to enforce it.
Welcome everyone for the third day of this Test match. Usually, we call it the 'moving day' but this game has already moved in the direction of New Zealand to a point of no return. The home team has dominated this Test from the word go - first with the bat and then with the ball. They have gained a hefty 395-run lead and in all likelihood, Bangladesh will be asked to bat again. Stay tuned, we will keep you informed...
... DAY 3, SESSION 1 ...
Bangladesh are well behind in this game! They will need a miracle if they are to get back in this game. Really do not see that happening though. All they can hope to do is show some fight with either the bat or the ball, whatever they will be asked to do. What I mean by that is, it will be interesting to see if New Zealand enforce the follow-on or will we have the opportunity to see Ross Taylor bat once more in whites? All of those questions will be answered on Day 3. Do join us for the action which begins at 0330 am IST (2200 pm GMT, previous day) our build-up though begins earlier. Till then, take care and goodbye!
The man of the moment, Trent Boult is up for a chat. He says that it is a special moment to pick 300 Test wickets and there are some big names on the list as well but it feels good to be on it. Adds that the conditions were good, there was swing as well and they made the most of it. Tells that they are bowling well and are looking forward to Day 3.
It is Trent Boult who leads his team off! Rightly so, he was exceptional on Day 2! Completed 300 Test wickets and ended with a fifer to round off what was a complete day for the Kiwis! They just could not have asked for a better day of Test cricket. First it was Latham, Conway and Blundell who helped them go past the 500-run mark. After declaring, the Kiwi bowlers were on song, Boult and Southee made quick work of the top order. There was some resistance showed from Yasir and Nurul Hasan as the two added 60 but once that partnership was broken, the lower order did not contribute a lot.
OUT! TIMBER! Five-fer for Trent Boult! 301 and counting...! A length ball, around off, was the slower ball. Islam looks to push at it but misses and the ball clips the top of off pole. That will be Stumps on Day 2.
Full ball, outside off. Islam looks to heave it but misses.
BEATEN! A full ball, outside off. Ebadot Hossain looks to drive but gets beaten. Lovely stuff from Kyle Jamieson.
A pacy short ball, outside off. Left alone.
Ebadot Hossain is the last man in.
OUT! TAKEN! Now the set batter, Yasir Ali departs! A short ball, on middle. Yasir Ali pulls it, not quite of the middle as it goes off the toe end of the bat towards deep mid-wicket. Daryl Mitchell there, dives low and forward to take it. Very good catch and also end of a fine knock as well.
The physio is out to have a look! The magic spray does its job and Yasir is fine to continue.
On a length, on middle, tucked away to square leg. It came off the gloves and Yasir Ali looks in a bit of pain here.
Short ball, angling across, just around off. Ali looks to ramp it away but misses.
On middle. Blocked out.
FIVE RUNS! Overthrows! A short ball, on off. Yasir hops and looks to defend and does it uppishly towards point. They take a quick single. The fielder has a shy at the bowler's end but misses. No back up and it races away to the fence.
Bangs a short ball, down leg. Yasir misses his pull.
Back of a length, on off. Blocked out.