Bangladeshi Tigers claim historic victory

An indomitable Bangladesh created a history by using claiming an 8-wicket victory against New Zealand within the first Test nowadays at Bay Oval in Mount Maungunai.

This is Bangladesh’s first victory on New Zealand soil across three codecs in 33 attempts.

Pace bowler Ebadot Hossain led the victory, claiming 6-forty six as the Kiwis were bowled out for 169 inside the 2nd innings, setting Bangladesh a want of just 40 runs for a well-known victory.

Bangladesh completed the victory in the first session, losing two wickets. Najmul Hossain Shanto who opened the innings in place of injured Mahmudul Hasan Joy made 17 while skipper Mominul Haque became no longer out on 13.

New Zealand resumed the day on 147-five and trusted Ross Taylor to bail them out of risk. But Ebadot brushed off him on forty, taking Bangladesh in the direction of victory. Taskin Ahmed played a great foil with Ebadot, snapping up three wickets

New Zealand were bowled out for 328 in the first innings and Bangladesh then took the top-hand, piling up 458 that gave them 130-lead. And it nproved to be critical at the cease.

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