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Neil Wagner removed two Bangladesh batsmen for a duck each

New Zealand v Bangladesh, 2nd Test, Christchurch, 4th day

New Zealand wrap up 2-0 after Bangladesh implosion

New Zealand wrapped up a 2-0 series win, sealing the Christchurch Test by nine wickets after Bangladesh imploded in the second innings for the second time in successive Test matches

Rain delayed the start of the third day's play

New Zealand v Bangladesh, 2nd Test, Christchurch, 3rd day

Persistent rain washes out day three

Persistent rain ruled out any chance of play on the third day of the second Test at Hagley Oval

Ross Taylor shapes to pull

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

Test in balance after Shakib's triple-strike

Rain brought day two to an early end after three wickets in two overs from Shakib Al Hasan had left the second Test delicately poised

Tim Southee makes a polite enquiry

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

Southee five-for bowls Bangladesh out for 289

Tim Southee and Trent Boult were responsible for nine of the ten Bangladesh wickets to fall on a flat Hagley Oval surface on the first day

Stuart Broad dismissed AB de Villiers for a duck to start South Africa's tail-spin

Test bowling nominees

Broad wrecks, Herath befuddles

Sharp spin, searing swing and more in our pick of the best Test bowling performances of 2016

A dejected Yuvraj Singh looks on

England in India 2016-17

Yuvraj's ODI recall a backwards step

Recalling the 35-year-old after three years out of the ODI side may have made sense if India did not have young batting contenders, which was not the case here

Shaun Pollock signs autographs

No captaincy, no problem

Five players who remained key members of their teams after losing the captaincy

Members of the Barmy Army wear fake beards

High Fives

Blade runners

Highlights from cricket's annals of facial hair

Kyle Abbott is mobbed by team-mates after picking up an early wicket

South Africa v Sri Lanka, 1st Test, Port Elizabeth, 5th day

Abbott hastens South Africa's crushing win

South Africa made full use of the second new ball to rip through Sri Lanka's last five wickets and complete a 206-run win in Port Elizabeth, an hour and 10 minutes into day five