Mohammad Isam

ESPNcricinfo's Bangladesh correspondent @isam84

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Arafat Sunny throws himself to stop the ball

Bangladesh news

Arafat Sunny in police custody

Bangladesh spinner Arafat Sunny is in police custody after a complaint was filed against him under the country's Information and Communication Technology Act

Tom Latham took a blow to the helmet from a Rubel Hossain bouncer

New Zealand v Bangladesh, 2nd Test, Christchurch, 2nd day

I think the Test is pretty even - Latham

Like the first Test in Wellington last week, the second Test in Christchurch could boil down to a second-innings shootout if New Zealand don't get too far ahead of Bangladesh

Nurul Hasan flicks the ball through square leg

New Zealand v Bangladesh, 2nd Test, Christchurch, 1st day

Bangladesh's promising bench strength on display

Bangladesh might not have achieved a par score in the first innings, but their makeshift batting line-up showed signs of resistance

Tim Southee makes a polite enquiry

New Zealand v Bangladesh, 2nd Test, Christchurch, 1st day

Southee happy with mixed bag of wickets

Tim Southee was happy with New Zealand's fightback after a 127-run stand between Shakib Al Hasan and Soumya Sarkar in Christchurch

Tamim Iqbal celebrates his century

New Zealand v Bangladesh, 2nd Test, Christchurch

Tamim's audition a blessing in disguise

His elevation as Test captain is inadvertent, but a successful run could raise Tamim Iqbal's chances of landing the job permanently

Mushfiqur Rahim copped a couple of blows to his hand

New Zealand v Bangladesh, 2nd Test, Christchurch

Short balls make fuller ones more effective - Boult

While the short ball that took out Mushfiqur was the most conspicuous aspect of New Zealand's attack in Wellington, Trent Boult has said the reverse swing they achieved was also a valuable addition

Mushfiqur Rahim swats one towards square leg

New Zealand v Bangladesh, 2nd Test, Christchurch

Mushfiqur, Kayes and Mominul ruled out of crunch Test

Bangladesh's tour of New Zealand just got harder, with Mushfiqur Rahim and Imrul Kayes both ruled out of the second Test in Christchurch. The pair will need time to recover from injuries