New Zealand vs Bangladesh News
The incident took place on the final ball of the first over after lunch as a healthy edge from Young was grassed at slip. As the ball sped to the boundary, the New Zealand openers took three runs. However, wicketkeeper Nurul Hasan, after receiving the ball from the fine leg fielder, threw it towards the non-strikers' end. But a misfield there saw the ball race to the boundary with Ebadot giving a futile chase right till the very end.
Bangladesh players were overjoyed with the historic Test win against New Zealand as they celebrated in unique style in the dressing room by singing ‘Amra Korbo Joy’ which is the Bengali version of the popular Hindi patriotic song ‘Hum honge kamyab’. The video of the same was shared by the official Twitter handle of the Bangladesh Cricket Team and it went viral in no time.
The tourists' bowlers first captured New Zealand's last five wickets for 70 runs, dismissing the home side for 328 after it had resumed at 258-8. Mahmudul Hasan Joy and Najmul Hossain Shanto then made half-centuries in a 104-run partnership for the second wicket which occupied most of the last 1 1/2 sessions and guided Bangladesh to 175-2 in its first innings at stumps.
New Zealand completed a 3-0 series whitewash of ODI series against Bangladesh, with a massive 164-run win in the third ODI at Wellington on Friday (March 26). Batting first, Tom Latham-led side posted 318/6 with Devon Conway and Daryl Mitchell notching up maiden ODI centuries. In reply, Bangladesh were bundled out for just 154 with Kiwi all-rounder James Neesham picking up a five-wicket haul. We take a look at collection of pictures which sum up the action-packed third ODI in Wellington.