Kane Williamson was taken to hospital for scans on his injured shoulder, and did not come out to discipline within the Bangladesh second innings within the ongoing second Check in Wellington. The New Zealand captain picked up the harm throughout the third day’s play when he fell awkwardly attempting to cease a ball at gully.
Whereas batting throughout the first session on the fourth day of the rain-hit Check, Williamson had struggled along with his left shoulder and the physio to return out a few occasions to test on him.
Although in discomfort – he took his hand off the bat upon making contact with the ball a few occasions too – he scored 74, lasting practically three hours on the crease. He added 172 runs for the third wicket with Ross Taylor as New Zealand put up 432 for six declared in response to Bangladesh’s first-innings rating of 211.
With Williamson off the sector, New Zealand have been led by Tim Southee, whereas Peter Bocock fielded in his place.
The third Check in Christchurch begins on March 16.