Bangladesh have taken a lead of 104 runs at tea in an intense Test match against New Zealand

Bangladesh have taken a lead of 104 runs at tea in an intense Test match against New Zealand

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Zakir was the first out after lunch when he became the victim of left arm spinner Aijaz Patel for the second time in the match. Like in the first innings, the left-handed batsman failed to play the sharp turn properly and was trapped LBW for 12 runs.

Mahmudul, who scored 86 runs in the first innings, was unfortunately out. Nazmul drove the last ball of the 14th over bowled by Tim Southee, but the ball hit the bowler’s finger and broke the stumps at the non-striking end, where Mahmudul was out of the crease. Mahmudul was out for 17 and Bangladesh were suddenly in a vulnerable position at 26-2, but Mominul and Shanto counter-attacked by targeting Ajaz Patel and took the score to 111-2 at tea.

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