When visiting New Zealand scored nearly five hundred runs in their first innings of the first test, many cricket lovers thought it’s going to be another hard test match for Bangladesh. But Bangladeshi batsmen replied well, they took lead in their first innings. Tail ender Shohag Gazi scored unbeaten hundred to save Bangladesh. But that was the beginning.
He took six wickets when New Zealand was batting in second innings. He also made hat-trick while taking six wickets with his spin. It is done for the first time in the 136 year long history of test match. There are 28 instances of century and five wickets, but no one made hat-trick with five wicket and century.
Shohag Gazi made this before in domestic first class match. His fans will just want the continuation of the super form of Shohag Gazi.
New Zealand declared their second innings after scoring 287 runs for the loss of seven wickets. Bangladesh needed 256 runs in 46 overs to win. But Bangladesh managed to score 173 for 3, hence the test was drawn.