Bangladesh takes 4 wickets in first session then falls short again
CRICDOT DESK : The Bangladeshi bowlers could not see the wickets in the second and final Test of the series held in Christchurch. However, after a controlled bowling at the end of the first session, Shariful-Ebadatara took four wickets for the host New Zealand. At the time of writing, the hosts had lost 4 wickets and scored 450 runs.
Two Kiwi batsmen Tom Latham and Devon Conway, who finished the first day with just one wicket, went down to bat again in the second day’s play. Conway completed the century by hitting four in the first ball of the day made by Ebadat Hossain. Mehdi Hasan Miraj dismissed Conway for 363 runs. As a result, the pair broke 215 runs. He made 109 runs before being dismissed. The 18-ball innings consisted of 12 fours and a six.
Shortly after the convoy was out, team captain and opener Tom Latham picked up a personal double century. Henry Nichols returned with zero runs after Ross Taylor was dismissed for 26 runs. Tiger pacer Ebadat took both these wickets. Later Darrell Mitchell was out for just 3 runs.