NZ vs BAN: After the fourth day of the first match of the ongoing 2-Test series between New Zealand and Bangladesh ( NZ vs BAN ), the Bangladeshi team has a complete grip on World Test champion New Zealand. After trailing by 130 runs in the first innings. New Zealand has reached the threshold of defeat by losing 5 wickets for 147 runs in their second innings. New Zealand now has a lead of only 17 runs, and half of their team is half out. However, during this time the Bangladesh team made such a mistake on the field, seeing that they are being made fun of.
Bangladesh team made a mistake on the field, then joked on Twitter
Bangladesh has tightened its grip against World Test champions New Zealand in the first Test (NZ vs BAN). The condition of the Kiwi team was bad on the fourth day of the match. Bangladesh took a very bad decision and due to this, they are being ridiculed a lot. Actually, on the fourth day of the NZ vs BAN first Test match, the ball was in the hands of Taskin Ahmed in the 36th over of New Zealand’s second innings.
The fifth ball of this over collided with the bat of Ross Taylor, falling on the yorker length. The umpire rejected the appeal made by the Bangladesh players. What was it then, Bangladesh captain Mominul Haque immediately demanded DRS, but his decision became a reason for mockery on the team because he did not even have the ball to hit the pad and hit the bat. After which its video became quite viral on social media. And people made fun of the Bangladeshi team a lot.
Bangladeshi team standing on the verge of creating history
New Zealand is the current champion team of Test cricket. This team has the ability to go to any corner of the world and win matches. Especially defeating New Zealand in a Test match at their home is equivalent to the chewing iron gram for any team. But now the Bangladesh team is very close to creating history. Bangladesh scored 458 runs in their first innings to take a 130-run lead. After this, Ibadat showed fire and at the end of the fourth day of the match, New Zealand’s second innings score was reduced to 147 for 5.
NZ vs BAN New Zealand, who scored 328 runs in the first innings of the first Test match, has a lead of only 17 runs. New Zealand’s hope now rests on the experienced Ross Taylor, who is playing after scoring 37 runs. Rachin Ravindra, standing at the other end with him, has scored six runs. Bangladesh has won only one match (against Scotland) out of the 34 matches that Bangladesh has played in New Zealand in all three formats.