New Zealand hammered Bangladesh in Hamilton on the first test of three matches test series. Accordingly, New Zealand Captain Kane Williamson made his second double century that actually pinned the last pin to the Bangladeshi bowling’s coffin.
New Zealand first inning on the third day of Hamilton
New Zealand first inning on the third day of Hamilton brought nothing for visitor’s bowlers. As the hosts started from leading 217 runs. Though the third day brought the Kiwi captain a century and result from it to double century as well Bangladeshi bowlers have nothing. As Neil Wagner and scored 47 runs and Colin de Grandhomme picked 76 runs as well.
Finally, Kiwi Captain Kane Williamson declared their inning after celebrating his double. Accordingly, the captain decorated his inning by 19 fours without any sixes. Afterward, the host got a huge run of 715 runs with a lead of 441 runs as well. New Zealand hammered Bangladesh in Hamilton.
Bangladeshi second inning in the third day
Though Bangladeshi second inning in the third day started comparatively well. Firstly, the wicket of Shadman Islam’s wicket at 88 runs on the scoreboard, scoring 37 runs with 5 fours Wagner brought the breakthrough. Then Mominul Haque and Mohammad Mithun returned early becoming the pickup of Trent Boult.
Accordingly, losing 3 wickets by 110 runs Tamim Iqbal was warning something more. Though Tamim scored 74 runs with 12 fours and a six, Tim Southee sent him back and brought to the ground. Therefore, Soumya Sarker scored 39* runs with 6 fours and a six, on the other hand, Mahmudullah scored 15* runs. Both will continue from the fourth day that will say the result.
New Zealand hammered Bangladesh in Hamilton. Bangladesh is lagged from the hosts by 307 runs on Hamilton. On the other hand, Bangladesh lost 4 vital wickets that can change the result. So Soumya Sarker and Mahmudullah’s batting can change the game.
Therefore, New Zealand hammered Bangladesh in Hamilton. Being whitewashed Bangladesh reached the last point of their confidence which reflects on the test as well.