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The New Zealand cricketer apologized to Bangladesh

Bangladesh in the driver’s seat at the end of the fourth day of the test at Mount Manganui. And the New Zealand batsmen are fighting hard to save the match. It is not a dream, an illusion or a mistake to write, this is the reality now.

Ebadat Hossain turned the tide of the match when it was thought that the match was going to slip out of hand due to missed catches and bad reviews. At the end of the fourth day, New Zealand collected 146 runs for 5 wickets. Bangladesh is ahead by only 16 runs. I have 5 more wickets in hand.

There is no one more experienced Kiwi batter than Ross Taylor. And so in the first session of the fifth day, the sooner the bowlers of Bangladesh can bowl out the hosts, the sooner Mominul Bahini will win.

Meanwhile, former New Zealand cricketer Mark Richardson has apologized to Bangladesh fans for a comment he made in the commentary.

“New Zealand were 6 for 1 then,” he told reporters at the end of the fourth day. At that time I said, Bangladesh is going to lose this test. From here, New Zealand is on its way to an easy victory. I now apologize to the Bangladeshi audience. The believers have to give credit for the position they are in now. ‘

Stay away from Tests in New Zealand so far, Bangladesh could not win in any format. This time, the red-green jersey holders have a chance to win the adorable place by defeating the world champions of Tests.

Meanwhile, Indian cricket commentator Hersha Vogel hopes that Bangladesh may win the match on the last day. “Mount Manganui is about to make a new history,” he wrote on Twitter. This is a very big moment for Bangladesh. They have batted with determination and are on track to win the match with a pace attack. ‘

Earlier, Hersha Vogle praised Liton’s batting. Liton did not do well in the last T20 World Cup. However, the wicketkeeper-batsman is in great form in the Test format. This time, Hersha praised him and said in a tweet, “It’s a pleasure to see the reflection of Liton’s promise.”

Hershey’s compatriot Akash Chopra’s thoughts are almost the same. “We are looking forward to the thrilling last day,” the former India cricketer said in a tweet. Earlier, at the end of the third day’s game, he also praised Bangladesh.



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