For the 24th time in Test cricket, a team scored 700 or more in an innings
New Zealand declared their first innings against Bangladesh by 715 runs on 6 wickets
Bangladesh's first innings total was 234 runs, Neil Wagner took 5 wickets
Hamilton New Zealand declared their first innings of 715 for 6 wickets on the third day of the first Test against Bangladesh. This is his highest score in Tests. He became the seventh team to score more than 700 runs in an innings in Tests. Earlier, Sri Lanka 6 and Australia, India, West Indies have achieved this feat 4-4 times. Apart from these, England three and Pakistan have scored 700 or more in an innings of two Tests.
This is the 24th chance in Test cricket, when a team has scored a score of 700 or more in an innings. Earlier on 23 occasions- when a team scored 700 or more in an innings, 12 of those teams won, while 11 draws were drawn.
Williams New Zealand's most-capped batsmen
Ken Williamson scored more than 100 runs in the Test for the 20th time. He is the first batsman in New Zealand to do this. With this, he has scored 6065 runs in 71 Tests. He is the fourth New Zealand batsman to score 6000 or more runs in Tests. Before that, Stephen Fleming, Ross Taylor, Brendon McCullum have done this name for themselves. Fleming has scored 7172 runs in 111 Tests, Taylor has scored 6527 runs in 91 tests, and McCullum has scored 6453 runs in 101 tests.
New Zealand's three players scored centuries
New Zealand's three players Vijay Rawal, Tom Latham and captain Ken Williamson scored centuries. Williamson made a double century Won 132 in 220 balls, Latham 161 in 248 balls and Williamson played an unbeaten 200 not out in 257 balls. Raval has scored a hundred for the first time in the Test Latham scored a score of 150+ for the fourth time. Apart from these three, Henry Nicholas scored 53, Neil Wagner scored 47 and Bradley-John Watling scored 31. Colin D-Grandholm scored an unbeaten 76.
Bangladesh all out for 234 runs in first innings
Earlier, Bangladesh were all-out for 234 runs in 59.2 overs in the first innings. Tamim Iqbal played 126 runs in 128 balls. He completed his hundred in 100 balls. Apart from them, Shadman Islam (24), Mominul Haq (12), Captain Mahmudullah (22), Liton Das (29) and Mehdi Hassan (10) Apart from these, none of Bangladesh's batsmen could reach the tenth digit. Two of his batsmen could not even open the account. New Zealand's Neil Wagner scored 5 for 47 and Tim Southee took three for 76 runs.