NZ vs BAN, 1st Test: New Zealand raised 264 runs in 45 overs and declared the record holder for a better score of 25 runs from the last best performance of 690 against Pakistan in 2014.
Kane Williamson scored his seventh double century: New Zealand scored the first innings on the third day of the first test on Saturday, thanks to the double century of captain Kane Williamson, scoring 715 runs on 6 wickets for Bangladesh. New Zealand’s captain Kane Williamson has made many records in this match. Williamson became the first player to complete the fastest 6000 runs in Tests in New Zealand Williamson touched the figure in the 126th innings of the 71st Test match. New Zealand achieved a huge lead of 481 runs in the first innings. By stumps, Bangladesh had made 174 runs losing four wickets and the team still lags behind with 307 runs from New Zealand. The gentle government 39 and Mahmudullah had scored 15 runs on the crease. New Zealand raised 264 runs in 45 overs and declared the record holder on a better score of 25 runs from the last best performance of 690 against Pakistan in 2014.
On the third day 438 runs were scored. Tamim Iqbal (74) made good start to Bangladesh, who had scored 88 runs without losing a wicket. Neil Wagner’s bouncer took a wicket of Shadman Iqbal (37), which soon followed Bangladesh’s score of 126 runs on four wickets. Earlier, New Zealand captain Williamson started playing with 93 runs and easily reached his 20th century. He scored 19 fours in an innings of 200 not out.
Mehdi Hassan picked up two wickets, but he washed the bat by New Zealand’s batsmen In this way, they got two wickets in 24 overs with 246 runs in 49 overs. Colin de Grandhom played an unbeaten 76, and brought New Zealand ahead with a record score of 690.