Bangladesh cricket team is floating in the tide of congratulations after the historic victory against New Zealand. Even the world’s best cricket legends did not forget to tell Kurnish the red-green jersey holders. Meanwhile, the Indian media also paid homage to the Tiger forces.
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.
After such a glorious victory, the Kolkata-based media headlined daily, “Kupokat Kiwira in Ebadat, the history of Bangladesh winning Tests on New Zealand soil”.
Anandabazar also headlined, ‘Bangladesh wins after 21 years, wins over New Zealand and sets many records.’ Bangladesh. ‘
Anandabazar wrote in their report that the best cricketer Shakib Al Hasan is not in the team. A few days ago, Pakistan lost at home. He went to New Zealand and played against them. Even the biggest supporters may not have expected Bangladesh to beat New Zealand in this way in the first Test. But cricket is a game of great uncertainty. The day the team plays well, Jayatilak will rise on his forehead. That’s it. Bangladesh set many records by defeating New Zealand.
According to their daily report, Bangladesh made history by knocking down the world champions New Zealand in their home soil. Mushfiqur needed just 40 runs to win the second innings. After losing 2 wickets, they took that run and went ahead 1-0 in the series. This is Bangladesh’s first win on New Zealand soil in any format.
Besides, Hindustan Times wrote, ‘Tiger is only on the home field. The image of the skeleton came to light when he went abroad. Bangladesh snatched the historic victory by defeating world champion New Zealand by eight wickets at home, which is the first victory of Bangladesh in any format on New Zealand soil. Ibadat Hossain has been selected as the best match.
Former England captain and commentator Michael Vaughan got the air of Bangladesh’s victory at the beginning of the fifth day. And so he tweeted congratulations in advance, ‘Great Bangladesh.’
Former New Zealand pacer and commentator Danny Morrison tweeted, “It’s a memorable day.” Incredible moment for Bangladesh. Great performance.
Meanwhile, VVS Laxman, a former Indian batsman and head of the country’s National Cricket Academy (NCL), a staunch friend of Bangladesh cricket, tweeted congratulations to the Bangladesh team for making history at Mount Manganui. A 6-wicket win and the first win on New Zealand soil is an incredible achievement. I am sure this victory will be memorable for many days.
Sri Lankan opener Dimuth Karunaratma tweeted congratulations to Bangladesh on their historic victory over New Zealand. You played well.