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BAN vs NZ 1st Test Results

Results
1st Test, Sylhet, November 28, 2023, New Zealand tour of Bangladesh, 2023
BangladeshBANBangladesh
310/10338/10
New ZealandNZNew Zealand
317/10181/10
Bangladesh beat New Zealand by 150 runs
Day 5Session 1
Bangladesh310/10 (85.1 overs)
1st Innings
New Zealand317/10 (101.5 overs)
1st Innings
4/109 (39)
Bangladesh338/10 (100.4 overs)
2nd Innings
4/148 (36.4)
2/74 (19)
New Zealand181/10 (71.1 overs)
2nd Innings
6/75 (31.1)
2/40 (17)
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Bangladesh vs New Zealand Commentary

5:21 AM IST Right then, that is from this enthralling first Test where Bangladesh takes a 1-0 lead. They will have their eyes set on the second and final Test to get a historic series win while New Zealand will have a lot of thinking to do about and come back stronger to at least finish on level terms. Day 1 of that game will begin on 6th December, Wednesday at 9 am IST (3.30 am GMT), but as you know, you can always join us early for all the build-up. Until then, cheers and goodbye!
5:20 AM IST Najmul Hossain Shanto. the victorious captain of Bangladesh says congratulations to all the players and added that he is very happy with the bowlers. He says that they are not focused on the result and they are looking to do things better and keeping the process intact and that is the thing that has worked for then the best. He would want the batters to take up more responsibility in the next Test matches as it is not going to be easy. He is thankful to the selectors for making him the captain and all he can think now is the next Test match as he will be looking to win that and make a statement in Test cricket.
5:20 AM IST Taijul Islam is the PLAYER OF THE MATCH for his brilliant ten-wicket haul in the Test. He says that when you do well on an international stage and help your country win always feel good. Adds that when the seam goes off, you have to be patient and they were always focused that they had a lot of runs and there were going to be wicket-taking opportunities. Tells that the ten-wicket haul obviously lifted his spirits but he also needed support from the whole team and credits them. Says that confidence is important to stay in the right frame of mind and this win will give them a lot of confidence going into the next one.
5:16 AM IST Tim Southee, the skipper of New Zealand says that he is disappointed with the way the team played. He added that they were not able to exploit the conditions the way Bangladesh did and that is the reason which gave them the edge in the last 2 Days of the Test. He says that the wicket is pretty good, obviously in the sub-continent the ball is supposed to spin but it is still a pretty good wicket to bat on. He added that they have a couple of days off before the next Test and they will be looking to regroup and come back stronger in the coming games.
5:11 AM IST Presentation Time...
5:11 AM IST The start of Day 4 saw Najmul Hossain Shanto go back to the hut pretty quickly and New Zealand kept putting the pressure on. Rahim scored a fine half-century and got out and it was the gritty fifty from Mehidy Hasan that made sure that the hosts set up a big target for their opponents. Ajaz Patel picked up a four-wicket haul while Ish Sodhi got a couple of scalps and the rest were taken by the others. It was all Bangladesh from that point on as they came to defend 332 runs with a lot of intent. They were able to pick up the wickets of Tom Latham and Kane Williamson quite early and the latter's dismissal gave the hosts a lot of confidence to get a grip on this game. Taijul Islam once again turned out to be the best bowler and picked four wickets while good support from others meant that they reduced New Zealand to 102/7 and ended Day 4 well ahead needing just three wickets to get the victory with a lot of runs to play with and a lot of time left in the Test.
5:09 AM IST New Zealand also batted pretty well in the first innings with Kane Williamson being the standout performer scoring a fantastic century on a tricky wicket where others struggled. Daryl Mitchell and Glenn Phillips got off to starts but could not convert them. However, they managed to see Day 2 out and it was the partnership between Tim Southee and Kyle Jamieson that helped them take a slight lead of 7 runs at the start of Day 3. It was their key spinner for the hosts, Taijul Islam being the pick of the bowlers with four wickets while Mominul Haque came as a surprise package who ended up with three wickets which included two in one over that wrapped things up for the Kiwis. The Bangladeshi openers could not do much, but their skipper Shanto and Mominul steadied things for them. The latter lost his wicket due to a miscommunication in the middle but the captain led from the front and registered a sensational hundred before Stumps and was well supported by Mushfiqur Rahim. Shanto also became the first Bangladeshi player to score a century on captaincy debut and these two helped the host take a lead of over 200 runs before the end of Moving Day.
5:07 AM IST The toss went in favour of Bangladesh and they decided to bat first. It turned out to be a good decision as they ended Day with over 300 runs courtesy of a brilliant knock of 86 runs from Mahmudul Hasan Joy and a quick-fire cameo from Najmul Hossain Shanto along with some decent contributions from most of the batters. This was also the first time, they scored over 300 runs on Day 1 against the Kiwis in a Test match. The wicket assisted the spinners right from the start with a lot of turn on offer. Surprisingly it was Glenn Phillips who exploited the conditions the most and picked up four wickets while Kyle Jamieson also bowled pretty well ending up with a couple of scalps as they wrapped things up on Day 2 very early.
5:05 AM IST New Zealand had a daunting task coming into bat on Day 5 with only three wickets in hand and well behind the target. Daryl Mitchell and Ish Sodhi looked solid from the start and were going good but an attempted sweep shot from the former cost him his wicket as Nayeem Hasan got the breakthrough for the hosts. Before getting out, Mitchell registered a fighting fifty which should give him confidence going into the next match. Southee then joined Sodhi and started counter-attacking with some big shots as they added 46 runs together which was also the highest partnership in this innings which says it all. Southee was dismissed for 34 and then Ajaz Patel and Sodhi were able to delay the inevitable for a bit, but Taijul Islam finished the job for the hosts ending up with a six-wicket haul and helping his side to a famous win.
5:00 AM IST BANGLADESH CREATES HISTORY! An exceptional performance from them and they have defeated New Zealand in a Test for the first time ever at home soil that too by a huge margin of 150 runs. Najmul Hossain Shanto starts his captaincy stint in fine fashion leading by example as well. Taijul Islam absolutely loves bowling at this ground and it was him once again who proved to be lethal with ten wickets in the match and took down the Kiwis.
End of over 71.10 run
NZ: 181/10CRR: 2.54
Ball
  • W
Ish Sodhi:22 (91)
Taijul Islam:31.1-8-75-6
W
71.1

Taijul Islam to Ish Sodhi, no run

OUT! CAUGHT! That is the end of the New Zealand innings. Taijul Islam claims his 10th wicket in the match as he picks up his 6th of this innings to get rid of Ish Sodhi. Tossed up delivery on the off stump line, rising on the batter after pitching. Ish Sodhi on the front foot looking to adjust to the bounce but could only loop it up for Zakir Hasan standing at silly point who takes a comfortable catch to end this New Zealand innings. Its Bangladesh who beat New Zealand for the first time in Bangladesh in a Test match.

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BAN vs NZ Venue Details

Sylhet International Cricket Stadium, Sylhet, Bangladesh
Sylhet International Cricket Stadium, Sylhet
PitchSpin-assist
Matches Won
Batting First3 Won (100%)
Bowling First0 Won (0.00%)
Temperature, 25.33C, Clouds
Humidity - 60%Wind Speed 2.22 meter/sec
  • 291Average 1st Innings
  • 216Average 2nd Innings
  • 38.26%PACEPercentage of wickets takes by pacers
  • 61.74%SPINPercentage of wickets takes by spinners
  • 418-10By Sri Lanka vs Bangladesh Highest Total
  • 143-10By Zimbabwe vs Bangladesh Lowest Total
  • 164 Runs Kamindu MendisHighest Individual Score
  • 6/75Taijul IslamBest Bowling Figures
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Match Details

Venue
Sylhet International Cricket Stadium, Sylhet
Toss
Bangladesh, elected to bat
Series
New Zealand in Bangladesh, 2 Test Series, 2023
Series Period
28 Nov 2023 - 10 Dec 2023
Match Day
28 Nov 2023 - (20 - over match)
Umpires
Ahsan Raza (PAK), Paul Reiffel (AUS) and Rod Tucker (AUS)
Match Referee
David Boon (AUS)
Streaming Platform
FanCode