CM – NZ vs BAN, first test: Liton Das, Mominul Haque Fifties Power Bangladesh to 401/6 on Day 3 Stumps – highlights


Get the highlights from day 3 of the first test between New Zealand and BAN in the Bay Oval here. In the driver’s seat is Bangladesh, 73 runs ahead of New Zealand.

Bangladesh looked good as a team on Sunday. Their bowlers prevented the New Zealand middle class from scoring large, and then the top row showed the dedication and determination to tackle the Blackcaps’ formidable tempo attack led by Trent Boult. In the tree stumps on Sunday, Bangladesh was 153 races back, but visitors promise to continue fighting in Bay Oval on Monday. Bangladesh has had very little success in New Zealand and their test team has been looking bad lately for a variety of reasons.

Liton Das is giving away his wicket. Trying to cut hard, Das ends up hauling a Trent Boult shipment to Tom Blundell behind the tree stumps. Bangladesh 370/6. Two new thugs Yasir Ali and Mehidy Hasan on the kink.

Trent Boult finally breaks the partnership. He catches Mominul Haque for 88. Mominul’s innings came in 244 balls. Bangladesh 361/5

Liton Das (72 *) and Mominul Haque (82 *) bring Bangladesh to 350. It is surprising to see how New Zealand bowlers have failed to make the most of the home conditions. Bangladesh 350/4, led with 22 races

Bangladesh takes the lead. The guests crossed a total of 328 New Zealanders. Liton Das (65) and Mominul Haque (69 *) are currently in the midfield. Bangladesh 329/4

After the fourth wicket, it was all about captain Mominul Haque and Liton Das. Both have completed their half-century and added 104 runs for the fifth wicket so far. Bangladesh is 307/4 at Tea, still 21 runs with six wickets in hand. Tea break is the order of the day.

The first session of the day was New Zealand. People like Neil Wagner and Kyle Jamieson did not allow the opposition to free their arms. In 26 overs, Bangladesh managed only 45 runs that lost two wickets.

The current team, led by Mominul Haque, is missing three experienced players like Shakib Al Hasan, Tamim Iqbal and Mahmudullah, but Bangladesh had one of their best on Sunday Tour days of the past few years, when it won all three sessions on the second day of the first cricket test against New Zealand. The tourist’s bowlers first captured New Zealand’s last five wickets for 70 runs and sacked the home side for 328 after resuming at 258 for eight, then Mahmudul Hasan Joy and Najmul Hossain made Shanto for half a century. Their 104-run partnership for the second wicket, which took most of the last session and a half, led Bangladesh to 175 for 2 in their first innings of stumps on Sunday. Follow New Zealand v Bangladesh live cricket results here Tired of the incessant, clumsy Internet entertainment updates? Walk dazzling streets and alleys with Outlook.

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