New Zealand captain Tom Latham (Tom Latham) shot 252 before Trent Boult and Tim Southee used the ball to destroy Bangladesh, allowing the home team to The second and final test in Christchurch took place on the second day of the series and won the series.
New Zealand, the world test champion, was shocked to lose in the opener of the Mount Maunganui series, leading 521-6 before announcing its first game at the Hagley Oval. Bolt (5 points from 43 shots) and Sosi (3 points from 28 shots) then combined to help Bangladesh lead with 126 points and 395 points.
Bolt also became the fourth New Zealand bowler to score 300 test wickets after Richard Hadley, Daniel Vittori and Sossi.
“As a team, we don’t care about milestones and so on, but it does feel great to join an elusive club,” Bolt told the official broadcaster.
“The conditions are very good, with a little swing, I think we made good use of the bounce and pace provided on this beautiful venue.”
Three centuries in five trials
Devon Conway remained unbeaten in 99 games on Sunday. He scored his first goal of the day in the fifth Test and scored his third century. Conway was eliminated 109 games in 215 games with Latham.
With 186 points overnight, Latham boosted his 200 points with 200 points and hit a four-pointer under the cover of Taskin Ahmed, and became the second place after Stephen Fleming to have two more than 250 points. New Zealand player who scored. The captain defeated his Bangladeshi opponent Mominul Haque (Mominul Haque) with three goals, but was fired by a third. In more than 9 hours of vigil, he broke 34 boundaries.
Ross Taylor played his last test and shot 28, and Tom Blundell shot an easy and unbeaten 57 before Latham’s announcement.
When they came back, Boult and Southee reduced the Bangladesh score to 7 times in 11-4, while Latham received the ball twice.
Before Yasser Ali (55) and Nurul Hassan (41) resisted with a 60-point partnership, Liton Das lost to Bolt and Bangladesh The score of 5 points dropped to 27 points.