New Zealand captain Williamson suffered a shoulder injury while fielding
He called medical staff twice during his batting
Sports desk New Zealand captain Ken Williamson was taken to the hospital because of a left shoulder injury. There will be their MRI scan. Tim Southey is in charge of the team. During the second Test against Bangladesh, he suffered a shoulder injury while fielding. Despite this, he got down to bat. During this time, two medical staff were called to the ground for him. The team's spokesman said, "Williamson was sent to hospital as a precaution." Williamson scored 74 runs in the first innings for the team.
Injury update: Kane Williamson has left the ground to have precautionary scans on his left shoulder.
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Taylor made a double century, Nicholas's century
New Zealand decided to bowl after winning the toss in the second match of the three-test series against Bangladesh. Bangladesh scored 211 runs in the first innings. Tamim Iqbal played a 74-run innings for him. At the same time, New Zealand declared their first innings at a score of 432 for 6 wickets. Ross Taylor scored 200 and Henry Nicholas scored 107.