Devon Conway tried to play Ebadat Hossain’s delivery defensively. Appeal to be defeated. Though the umpire did not respond to LBW’s request, captain Muminul Haque took the review very quickly.
The video replay showed the ball touching the edge of the bat. Sadman Islam took a dive and grabbed the ball as it floated in the air as it landed on Conway’s feet. Out!
Bangladesh could turn Conway, who picked up a century in New Zealand’s first innings, back by 13 runs with Sadman’s intelligence. Captain Tom Latham has returned before him. This opener was picked up by Taskin Ahmed.
Taking 2 wickets in the second session, the Bangladesh team should have a good tea break. But the loss of two reviews will burn. Before the tea break, New Zealand scored 6 for 2 in 29 overs in their second innings. Ross Taylor (4 *) and Will Young (32 *) are batting. The hosts trailed by 72 runs from Bangladesh’s lead in the first innings.
Mehdi Hasan Miraj is getting a turn on the fourth day today at the Bay Oval wicket. How his fourth ball was turned in the 24th over by Will Young’s bat, stumps and Liton Das’s gloves came out.
The ball touched the edge of Young’s bat, but it was difficult for Lytton to catch. Young survived the journey. The Kiwi batsmen are also having trouble playing Taskin and Ibadat Hossain as the bounce on the wicket is uneven. Latham pulled on the stumps while playing the ball that came up Taskin for 14 runs.
Conway’s wicket is the fruit of worship. He bowled 9 overs in the second session. Ibadat got the wicket in Sadman’s intelligence as a reward for keeping the ball on the stumps.
However, Bangladesh has lost two reviews in this session. Once Ibad tried to play with the leg, the ball landed on his waist and accumulated in Liton’s gloves. Although the umpire did not respond to the out request, Muminul took the review. Lytton and Ibadat have become very interested in it. In the 29th over, Bangladesh did not benefit from the review against Ross Taylor in the same way. Conversely another review is wasted.
Bangladesh were bowled out for 456 in their first innings on the fourth day of the morning session at Mount Manganui today. Muminul’s team got a lead of 130 runs. Batting in the second innings of the match on foreign soil, it is the highest run lead of Bangladesh. New Zealand were all out for 328 in the first innings.