On the back of fine half-centuries from Liton Das (86) and Mominul Haque (88), Bangladesh flooded ahead on Day 3 of the first Test versus New Zealand, completing on 401/6, in front by 73 at close of play.
Excepting the principal meeting, it ended up being one more close ideal day for Bangladesh. In the first part of the day meeting, it was New Zealand’s pacemen who had held the advantage as they kept a tight chain on the scoring rate and furthermore packed away two or three scalps. Neil Wagner, New Zealand’s best bowler from Day 2, kept on bowling with great mood as he excused the short-term player Mahmudul Hasan Joy for 78.
Kyle Jamieson then, at that point, cushioned an extreme possibility off his own bowling to give Mominul a respite. The large defining moment came in the 80th over when Wagner constrained Mominul to edge one behind. In any case, the third umpire pronounced a minor call as a no-ball. Despite the fact that Mominul lost his batting accomplice – Mushfiqur Rahim – at the stroke of Lunch break, he kept on stalling New Zealand’s bowlers.
The Bangladesh captain was beaten on sufficient events and furthermore when he edged it, the ball commonly tracked down a way through the cordon In any case, he merits a decent amount of the credit for having the option to delete that multitude of close shaves and focus on the following ball. Later the break, he likewise observed a capable partner in Liton as the guests acquired the advantage. Toward the beginning of his innings, Liton played with a lighthearted methodology as he broke some attractive drives, close by a periodic draw and drive.
At the opposite end, Mominul excessively began to fill in certainty as he drew out a couple of drives and looks. The couple likewise guaranteed that the subsequent meeting would end up being a wicketless one. It was uniquely in the last meeting when Trent Boult broke the 158-run remain by snuffing out Mominul LBW, with a conveyance that got a gnawed off the crease. Mominul additionally took an audit however without much of any result. Only 14 runs low on his second Test ton, Liton then, at that point, gifted his wicket away by slicing one to the wicketkeeper.
Mehidy Hasan, however, put paid to New Zealand’s expectations of making further advances. He even broken an intermittent punch and slice as the lead kept on enlarging. On events, the rub of the green turned out well for Bangladesh, however the players showed the necessary personality and ability to allow the side an opportunity to smash home the benefit and post a characterizing win away from home.
Brief scores : Bangladesh 401/6 (Mominul Haque 88, Liton Das 86; Trent Boult 3-61)lead New Zealand 328 (Devon Conway 122, Henry Nicholls 75; Shoriful Islam 3-69) by 73 runs.