Tamim, Mahmudullah and the benign government made hundreds on behalf of Bangladesh
The first Test played at Hamilton won by an innings and 52 runs
Bangladesh scored 234 in first innings and 429 runs in second innings
New Zealand declared 715 runs at 6 for 6 declared.
Hamilton New Zealand defeated Bangladesh by an innings and 52 runs in the first Test. It was for the first time in Test history that three batsmen from any team scored a century in the match and the team lost to innings. In this match, New Zealand scored more than 700 in Test cricket for the first time. It is the 7th Test team to score 700+ runs.
On the fourth day of the first Test, Bangladesh started playing at 174 for four in the second innings. The gentle government (149) and Mahmudullah (146) added 235 runs for the 5th wicket to cross the 350 scores. The government completed a century on 94 balls. In the first innings, Tamim Iqbal played 126 runs off 128 balls.
Soumya equals Tamim
In terms of the fastest century in Bangladesh, the benign government is jointly in the top. Before him, Tamim had scored a century in 94 balls against England in 2010. The whole team of Bangladesh was dismissed with 429 runs. New Zealand's Trent Bolt took 5 wickets.
Williamson set a double century for the second time in the Test
In the first innings from Bangladesh, Tamim scored 126 runs. Bangladesh's first innings was all out for 234 runs. At the same time, New Zealand declared their first innings by 715 runs on 6 wickets. This is also the highest score in the New Zealand Test. New Zealand captain Ken Williamson was the player of the match. He scored an unbeaten 200 in this match. He scored double century in his career for the second time.