Bangladesh in the driver’s seat at the end of the fourth day of the test at Mount Manganui. If Bangladesh bowlers can maintain consistency in the first session of the fifth day, it is only a matter of time before history is made on New Zealand soil.
Mahmudul Hasan Joy played a great innings of 6 runs in the first innings of the ongoing Test against New Zealand. But due to hand injury, he will not be able to use the bat in this tour.
Meanwhile, physio Bayezid Islam, who is with the team, said in a video message that Joy was injured. Joy injured his finger while fielding on Tuesday (January 4). He should rest for 8 to 10 days on the advice of a doctor.
Bayezid said that 3 stitches were given to Joy. He said Joy injured his right hand while fielding today, between the third and fourth fingers. The doctor who was here sewed. It’s 3 o’clock. He will have to be monitored for 8 to 10 days now. All the medical needs have been given. Will be rehabilitated now.
Which means, on the last day of the match on Wednesday (December 5), Bangladesh is not getting victory in the second innings. Besides, the young batsman will not play in the second Test against the hosts starting from January 9 (Sunday).
Meanwhile, the final report of Joy’s injury has not been received, but the chances of playing in the second Test are very low, said Habibul Bashar Sumon. He added that Naeem Sheikh is there as the third opener. So there is no need for a replacement player.
Bangladesh in the driver’s seat at the end of the fourth day after two overs of worship. Ebadat Hossain turned the match around when it was thought that the match was slipping away due to missed catches and bad reviews. At the end of the fourth day, New Zealand collected 148 runs for 5 wickets, Bangladesh is ahead by 18 runs.
Earlier, after Devon Conway was out, experienced Ross Taylor and Will Young started batting slowly on the pitch. He was progressing well after completing half a century. However, he wore thorns for a personal 69 runs. After breaking Yang’s 63-run partnership with Taylor, the Kiwi team broke up a lot. Now the hosts are waiting for the end of the day.
Meanwhile, the Tigers returned to the match after taking 3 wickets in 2 overs of Ebadat. After Ebadat took the first two wickets for 3 balls, he took another wicket in the next over to put pressure on the Kiwi batsmen.
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.