In a somewhat strange development, Bangladesh yielded seven runs off one ball during their second and last Test against New Zealand at the Hagley Oval in Christchurch. Wickets have been difficult to find on the good batting strip, yet Ebadot Hossain, who got the Player of the Match grant in the initial Test in Mount Maunganui, made a possibility in the 26th over of Day one.
The Tigers made some extreme memories in the wake of selecting to field as the Black Caps openers, Tom Latham and Will Young, put on 148 runs for the initial wicket to put the hosts on the driver’s seat.
With the Kiwis’ score at 99, Bangladesh got the opportunity of making their first forward leap. Hossain bowled a length ball outside the off-stump and Young pushed at it in a somewhat speculative way.
Be that as it may, Liton Das dropped a straightforward possibility in the slip cordon and the ball went towards third man.
The players meanwhile ran three, creating a large portion of the open door. Meanwhile, more hopelessness anticipated the Tigers.
The toss came in at the bowler’s end and the defeat went for a four. It implied that a wicket-taking conveyance wound up delivering seven runs.
After the Tigers goofed up, the observers were additionally really muddled. Brendon McCullum and Craig McMillian, the ones with the receiver, additionally saved an idea for Ebadot, who has bowled his heart out in the two-match series till now.
“Oh, we’re going to have a seven are we!? And the bowler’s had to chase it down from the boundary as well,”
“Wow, he got the nick then had to chase it down to the boundary.” Said by Fox Sports Commentator, McMillan.
“I don’t know where to go with that one. It shelled in the slips, madness ensures and poor Ebadot Hossain just to rub salt into the wounds (chases down the overthrow). You’ve got to be kidding me,”stated by McCullum.
At the point when Young was dropped, he was batting in his 20s with his captain, Latham, being the more predominant accomplice.
He proceeded to score 54 runs off 114 balls with five fours preceding Shoriful Islam represented his wicket.
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