The New Zealand vs Bangladesh encounter in the ICC Women’s World Cup 2022 began four hours late due to rain and was reduced to 27 overs per side.
Ross Taylor dismissed Ebadot Hossain on Day 3 of the second Test to draw curtains on his 15-year long Test career on Tuesday. New Zealand beat Bangladesh by an innings and 117 runs. Bangladesh had won the first Test.
Trailing 1-0 in the two-Test series against Bangladesh, New Zealand are in a commanding position in the second Test at Christchurch. Get here Day 2 highlights of NZ vs BAN.
Australia lead the table with 119 rating points, while New Zealand retain their No. 2 spot after Bangladesh draw.
Trent Boult's 5/43 helped New Zealand bowl out Bangladesh for 126 in the first innings in reply to the home side's mammoth 521/6 decl in the second Test at the Hagley Oval. NZ's Tom Latham scored a double ton.
World Test Championship winners New Zealand were humbled by Bangladesh at Bay Oval on Wednesday. The result brought to an end NZ's unbeaten streak in their last 17 Tests at home.
One of the world's leading batsmen, Ross Taylor scored 7863 runs with 19 centuries. Taylor also equalled Daniel Vettori as New Zealand’s most-capped Test player with 112 appearances.
The eight-wicket win over New Zealand was Bangladesh's first win in the ICC World Test Championship. Bangladesh have lost eight of their nine matches in the first WTC cycle. It was Bangladesh’s sixth away win in Tests.
Overwhelmed by their maiden win on New Zealand soil, Bangladesh players celebrated the achievement in the dressing room by singing the Bengali version of the...