Wagner's five-wicket blast opposing Tamim's ton first Test in Hamilton
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Wagner’s five-wicket blast opposing Tamim’s ton

Neil Wagner completed with a five-wicket pull as New Zealand tore through the Bangladesh tail to counter Tamim Iqbal’s virtuoso century on the very beginning of the main Test in Hamilton on Thursday.

Notwithstanding Tamim’s chivalrous 126, New Zealand asserted the primary day praises when they achieved stumps at 86 without misfortune in answer to Bangladesh’s 234.

Tamim, Bangladesh’s most productive scorer, established the frameworks for a possibly enormous absolute when he laid into the bowling in the wake of being sent in to bat on an ordinarily green-tinged New Zealand wicket.

He split 21 fours and a six as he devoured unbeneficial New Zealand endeavors, driven by strike bowlers Tim Southee and Trent Boult, to discover the edge of his bat.

Be that as it may, there was negligible help, and after Tamim had directed Bangladesh to 180 for four, his rejection set off a breakdown where the last six wickets succumbed to 54 runs.

Liton Das, the last man out, had the second most elevated score of 29.

New Zealand had an on edge minute toward the beginning of their answer when Ebadat Hossain, on introduction, saw his third ball in Test cricket fly from Tom Latham’s bat direct to second slip, yet Soumya Sarkar spilled the clear possibility.

From that point Latham and Jeet Raval hunkered down to bat unruffled through to stumps with Raval on 51, his eighth 50 years, and Latham on 35.

In a beneficial morning session, Bangladesh went to lunch at 122 for two with Tamim contributing 86, including 15 fours, as he demonstrated that regardless of the green tint the wicket held no risks.

Wagner in that period took one for 13 off six overs, while Southee had none for 40 off six.

One session later and Bangladesh went to tea at 187 for seven with Wagner’s figures improving to three for 29 while Southee was all the while being caned at one for 71.

The pair tidied up the last three wickets following tea with Wagner taking five for 47 with his tireless short-ball flood, while Southee had three for 76.

Colin de Grandhomme just took one wicket however it was the key expulsion of Tamim who cut a wide conveyance to Kane Williamson at chasm.

It compensated for de Grandhomme’s before blunder when he dropped a guideline got and bowled chance from Tamim on 65.

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