Player of the Match
Player of the Match

12.40pm That was some outstanding glove work. Definitely a welcome departure after all the dropped catches and fluffing vital chances on the field. New Zealand end with a lead of 65 which is quite handy. Bangladesh have around 40 minutes to bat before the teams break for lunch. Taskin showed what pacers can do in this surface with that one over before he was taken off. Can Boult and Southee find something on this surface too? And how quickly can Bangladesh erase this deficit? Join us shortly for the third innings.

Kane: "Quick question about run out for those of us with no TV... had one of his feet been grounded behind the crease or had the feet not made it in yet?" Both feet were inside the crease but in the air when the bails came off. And the bat was not grounded.

92.4
W
Shakib Al Hasan to Wagner, 1 run, OUT, flat ball, pushed through quicker at 91.8kph, clipped through square leg. They have gone upstairs for a run out and guess what, this is a bizarre run out. Wagner cannot believe his luck. Wagner was charging back for the second run and he does well to make it into the crease. But he does not ground his bat. Nurul Hasan shows good presence of mind and flicks the ball back to the stumps after collecting it. Does not even look at the stumps as he does so, just throws it back after collecting the throw. And though he has crossed the crease and is well inside it, the feet are in the air at the point when the bails come off and the third umpire gives it out. Wagner is dazed as he walks off but he pays the price for not dragging his bat along the crease

N Wagner run out (†Nurul Hasan/Kamrul Islam Rabbi) 26 (79m 54b 3x4 0x6) SR: 48.14

92.3
0
Shakib Al Hasan to Wagner, no run, defends of the outer part of the bat to the off side
92.2
0
Shakib Al Hasan to Wagner, no run, punched off the backfoot to the bowler
92.1
0
Shakib Al Hasan to Wagner, no run,

END OF OVER:
92 | 7 Runs | NZ: 353/9

  • Trent Boult7 (6b)
  • Neil Wagner25 (50b)
  • Mehidy Hasan19-3-59-2
  • Shakib Al Hasan12-1-49-4
91.6
0
Mehidy Hasan Miraz to Boult, no run, flat ball, waits in the crease and keeps it out to the off side. Not much feet
91.5
6
Mehidy Hasan Miraz to Boult, SIX runs, comes down the track to meet the pitch of this ball, given just the right amount of flight and Boult gets on top of it before lofting it over long-on and the ball soars over the boundary and into the grassbanks
91.4
1
Mehidy Hasan Miraz to Wagner, 1 run, slightly drags the length back, punched off the backfoot to wide long-on
91.3
0
Mehidy Hasan Miraz to Wagner, no run, pitched right up on the stumps, defended back to the bowler
91.2
0
Mehidy Hasan Miraz to Wagner, no run, blocks to the right of forward short leg from the crease and he runs across and gathers it
91.1
0
Mehidy Hasan Miraz to Wagner, no run, sliding in on middle and leg, kept out into the on side from the crease

END OF OVER:
91 | 3 Runs | NZ: 346/9

  • Neil Wagner24 (46b)
  • Trent Boult1 (4b)
  • Shakib Al Hasan12-1-49-4
  • Mehidy Hasan18-3-52-2
90.6
1
Shakib Al Hasan to Wagner, 1 run, whipped through midwicket, slightly uppish
90.5
0
Shakib Al Hasan to Wagner, no run, goes over the wicket, quickish length ball, defended back to the bowler
90.4
1
Shakib Al Hasan to Boult, 1 run, eased down to long-on
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Sarkar's first

37

Previous highest score for Soumya Sarkar in Tests, in 5 inns before this. He made his maiden fifty in this match. Also, he opened for the first time in Tests

Shakib continues

6

No. of scores of 50 or more for Shakib against New Zealand - the most for him against any team. He averages 68.63 in 14 inns vs NZ.

In-form Nurul

133

Nurul Hasan's average in his last seven first-class innings, before making his Test debut today. His scores in those 7 inns - 182*, 76, 18, 79*, 52, 22, 103*.

Southee's second

2

No. of five-wkt hauls in last 3 home Tests for Southee. Prior to this, he did not take any five-for in 24 home Tests after grabbing one on his debut.

Latham in top form

6

No. of 50+ scores for Latham in the last 7 Tests, including this. No other New Zealand batsman has made more than 4 such scores in these matches.

Taylor's milestone

3

No. of NZ batsmen to score 6000 or more runs in Tests, including Ross Taylor who got there in this match. Fleming (7172) and McCullum (6453) are the others.

second of the series

2

No. of fifties for Henry Nicholls in this series, including this inns. Prior to this series, he had made only 2 fifties in 9 Tests and 14 inns.

Shakib strikes

3

Wickets by Shakib in 2 overs (67th & 69th). He had bowled only 4 overs out of his team's first 66 overs before this spell. This is also his first 3-wkt haul in NZ.

Southee's 200

5

No. of NZ bowlers to pick up 200 or more Test wickets, including Southee. He is the 2nd fastest for NZ to do it in 56 Tests after Hadlee who got there in 44 Tests.

Southee-Bolt show

2013

Last time NZ's opening bowlers picked up 15 or more wickets in a Test, before this - against WI in Wellington. Southee and Bolt did the damage on that occasion too.