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Muminul wants to forget the reason for making history

The dawn has not yet dawned in Bangladesh. Meanwhile, a new red-green sunrise on the soil of New Zealand, a country on the shores of Tasman. The best achievement of cricket in the country will be said less.

Bangladesh won a historic victory on New Zealand soil. The Tigers have never before won in any format on Kiwi soil. With that elite version of Gero Cuttle Cricket, again by a huge margin of 8 wickets.
Incredible, unimaginable, extraordinary – no adjective is enough to compare this victory.

Bangladesh gave birth to many firsts in this victory against New Zealand. It was also the first win against a top five Test playing nation outside the country.

Meanwhile, after the historic victory, Tiger Kandari Mominul Haque gave credit to the team performance. In a post-match response, he said both teams were desperate to win the match. However, we have advanced in the match with the great skill of our bowlers. Ebadat-Taskin have done well in both innings. Worship in particular was incredible.

“We haven’t done well in the last few Tests,” said Muminul. And so there was the urge to turn around in the new year. I finally got it. But at the moment I want to forget the victory. All our thoughts now revolve around the second cum Christchurch Test.

On Wednesday (January 5), Bangladesh lost the target of 40 runs by losing two wickets. Nazmul Hossain Shant scored 18, Muminul 13 and Mushfiqur Rahim 5 runs in the second innings for the Tigers. Kyle Jamieson dismissed Shant. Earlier, Team Saudi sent Sadman Islam, who scored 3 runs, to the dressing room.

New Zealand were all out for 189 in the second innings of the first Test against the Tigers. Ebadat Hossain and Taskin Ahmed took double wickets at the beginning of the fifth day. At the beginning of the day, Tiger pacer Ebadat sent Ross Taylor, who was undefeated the day before, to the toilet. Ebadat’s ball hit Taylor directly on the stumps. He made 40 runs off 104 balls. As a result of this wicket, 5 wickets were completed.

This is the first time in nine years that a Bangladeshi fast bowler has taken five wickets in a Test. Kyle Jamieson also became a victim of worship after Taylor was fired. He returned to the pavilion after catching Shariful Islam. Jamison could not make any run next to the name.

Then Taskin Ahmed picked up Rachin Rabindra’s wicket. After Rabindra, Taskin also took the wicket of Tim Southee. Among them, Rabindra was out for 16 and Saudi for zero. Mirage sent Bolt back for 7 runs. Ebadat took 6 wickets for 46 runs in this innings for Bangladesh. Taskin took 3 wickets.

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