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Bangladesh approaches strongly along with NZ pace attack!

Bangladesh approaches strongly along with NZ pace attack!

CRICDOT DESK : Bangladesh started well in both the innings. In the first day’s bowling, Shariful-Taskin showed a sharp performance for 1 hour. The Tigers are playing well by stopping the Kiwis by 328 runs on the second day.

Top-order batsmen Mahmudul Hasan Joy and Nazmul Hossain Shanto picked up half-centuries. Wagner caught and bowled left-arm opener Sadman Islam for 43 runs. He returned to the dressing room with 22 runs.

After that Joy-Shanto pair has added 91 runs on the scoreboard so far.

Young right-arm opener Mahmudul Hasan Joy is playing slowly. Joy picked up his first half-century of his career with the help of 5 boundaries off 165 balls.

At the other end, Nazmul Hossain got down to number three and was a bit aggressive.

Shanto has picked up half a century with 7 boundaries and one six. He is unbeaten on 56 off 96 balls.

At the time of writing, Bangladesh scored 134 runs for the loss of 1 wicket at the end of 52 overs.

The visitors are still trailing by 194 runs in the first innings.

The bowlers of Bangladesh have made a good start to the day at Mount Manganu.

New Zealand’s collection did not allow too much to be maintained by maintaining consistency in bowling.

On the first day of the match on Saturday, New Zealand lost 5 wickets in 6.3 overs and scored 256 runs.

Today (Sunday) Bangladesh took 20.4 overs to pick up their remaining 5 wickets. The Kiwis were bowled out for 327, adding another 60 to the previous day’s score.

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