BANGLADESH TOUR OF NEW ZEALAND, 2019
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Kane Williamson registered his sixth 150-plus rating © Getty
New Zealand’s dominating batting show prolonged into Day three of the primary Take a look at in Hamilton as Kane Williamson joined the checklist of centurions within the match, changing into the fourth to succeed in three-figures. The New Zealand skipper struck an unbeaten 166 to energy the hosts to 605 for six at Lunch on Saturday (March 2), stretching the result in 371.
Whereas Williamson dealt in singles to get to his 20th Take a look at hundred, nightwatchman Neil Wagner dealt with the job of discovering the boundaries as he contributed 47 in a 60-run stand with the New Zealand captain. Following a hat-trick of fours off Ebadat Hossain, Wagner took a liking to Khaled Ahmed’s bowling, smashing him for 3 sixes and a 4 throughout two overs. Wagner, nonetheless, missed out on a half-century, edging a brief supply to the ‘keeper to provide Ebadat his maiden Take a look at scalp.
The scoring fee slowed down a bit following the departure of Wagner, however Williamson and BJ Watling did handle to seek out the fence every so often. Williamson scored three fours in an over off Abu Jayed as he turned the fourth New Zealand batsman to attain 6000 runs in Exams, and the quickest from his nation to get to the milestone.
The Williamson-Watling combo introduced up the fifth fifty-plus stand of the innings to pile on the Bangladesh bowlers’ distress, with the New Zealand skipper registering his sixth 150-plus rating in Exams to stretch the lead previous 150. New Zealand crossed the 600-run mark earlier than Watling departed getting ready to Lunch, caught down the leg facet off Mehidy Hasan.
Temporary scores: Bangladesh 234 path New Zealand 605/6 (Kane Williamson 166, Tom Latham 161, Jeet Raval 132; Soumya Sarkar 2-68) by 371 runs.