After losing three reviews in two sessions, the Tigers are now suffering from depression. After the lunch break, Bangladesh failed in both the reviews. The Bangladesh captain then took his third review at the last second when the umpire knocked him out for a catch in the third session after the tea break. However, as seen in the video replay, the ball hit the ground first. As a result, Bangladesh is now in misery after losing three reviews. At the time of writing, New Zealand had scored 122 runs for the loss of two wickets. Bangladesh is still behind by 6 runs.
Meanwhile, the umpire dismissed Mehdi Miraj twice in lbw earlier in the day. However, Miraj did not have to leave the field due to review. However, the last was not saved. Mehdi returned to the pavilion after being caught by keeper Tom Blandell with a ball from outside Tim Southee. After that Bangladesh lost the wickets of Yasir Ali, Taskin and Shariful one by one. In the end, the Tigers’ innings stopped at 456 runs.
Meanwhile, Bangladesh was having a good third day against the Kiwis. However, in the last session, the Tigers lost two sets of batsmen Mominul and Liton in Bolt’s bowling attack.
Despite losing to Mahmudul Hasan and Sadman in the opening session of the third day at Bay Oval, Bangladesh continued to make good progress with slow batting by Liton Das and Mominul Haque. However, Mominul returned to the pavilion after being bowled by Bolt just 12 runs before the century. After 29 balls, another set batsman Liton Das returned with 6. However, at the end of the day, Bangladesh can be kept ahead. Because the pitch is New Zealand. And the Tiger batsmen also gave a broken answer to the Kiwi bowlers.
Earlier, at the beginning of the third day, young batsman Mahmudul Hasan returned to the dressing room with a personal score of 7 runs and Mushi started batting with captain Muminul Haque. He made a good start. However, Mushfiqur returned with just 12 runs after being bowled by Trent Bolt.
Then Neil Wagner, who had taken the previous two wickets, got the wicket again. It is as if this left-arm fast bowler has gritted his teeth in the hope of Bangladesh. After Sadman and Shantar, another victim of his red-green is Mahmudul Hasan Joy. The young Turkish returned to the dressing room with a catch in the hands of Henry Nichols after scoring an impeccable 6 runs off 226 balls.
After remaining unbeaten on 60 the previous day, Joy returned to the pavilion with only 7 runs on the third day. After scoring a half-century in the second Test of his career, the young Tiger batsman was heading towards that first and adorable century. But Wagner did not let that happen. His bouncer finally ended the winning innings.
The Tigers were relieved at the end of the second day as well as the first. After the Kiwis were bowled out for 328 on Sunday (January 2), the visitors did well with the bat. Bangladesh finished the second day with 175 runs for the loss of 2 wickets. Mahmudul Hasan Joy was unbeaten on 70 and captain Muminul Haque on 6.