Bangladesh has registered a win against New Zealand, yes you read it right! The Bangladesh team has made a history when they beat New Zealand team in a test match, registering this moment for the first time.
This should lay appalling that it was 16th attempt of Bangladesh team which has till now registered 15 direct losses in their hands.
Seamer Ebadot Hossain took a career best 6-46 as the tourists dismissed the Black Caps for 169 early on day five at Mount Maunganui and Bangladesh knocked off the 40 runs for victory for the loss of two wickets.
“It’s unbelievable!” said seamer Taskin Ahmed as a small band of flag-waving Bangladeshis celebrated the triumph on the Bay Oval boundary.
“It was a great achievement for us, our first win out of Asia. We stuck to the process. We gave 110 per cent. It feels great.”
Bangladesh’s first win in any format of the game in New Zealand gave them a 1-0 lead in the two-match series with the second match starting in Christchurch on Sunday.
With the snapping showdown of New Zealand’s winning streak, the visitors have got crucial 12 points in the table for World Test Championship 2023.
New Zealand, who were crowned inaugural World Champions last year, are without regular skipper Kane Williamson for the series with an elbow injury but were still expected to beat a young Bangladesh side quite comfortably.
“We were not quite there in all three facets,” said stand-in captain Tom Latham.
“Bangladesh showed us how to go about things on that wicket … and they thoroughly deserved the win.”
The Game of Uncertainty has once again spilled it’s fresh beans and turned the table for New Zealand team, so that they go back to their planning board and chalk out a new strategy without perceiving the youth and lesser experience of Bangladesh team.
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