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New Zealand vs Bangladesh 2nd Test 2022 Highlights

Cricket Highlights - New Zealand vs Bangladesh 2nd Test 2022


Watch the highlights of New Zealand vs Bangladesh 2nd Test 2022 - Bangladesh tour of New Zealand 2-match Test series of the 2nd Test match played between Bangladesh and New Zealand at Hagley Oval, Christchurch in 09th January to 11th January 2022.

Tom Latham celebrates his second double century © Getty Images


Tom Latham's record-breaking 252, Devon Conway's brilliant century, Trent Boult's five-for and Kyle Jamieson's four-for helped to New Zealand thumping innings & 117-run victory over Bangladesh and drawn the two-match series with 1-1 in the second Test match.


Match Stats :
  • New Zealand's 117-run win was their second largest victory by terms of innings & runs against Bangladesh in Test matches
  • New Zealand captain Tom Latham ends first day on 186 - the third most runs scored by an New Zealand batsman in a day in Test matches after Nathan Astle's 222 against England at same venue in 2002 and Ross Taylor's 209 against Australia at Perth in 2015.
  • 148 : Tom Latham and Will Young set up the second highest first-wicket partnership for New Zealand against Bangladesh in Test matches.
  • 215 : Tom Latham and Devon Conway set up the record second-wicket partnership for New Zealand against Bangladesh in Test matches, previously held by the 138-run stand between Will Young and Devon Conway in this series' first Test match and New Zealand's third highest second-wicket stand in Tests.
  • Tom Latham's 252 was his second highest score for New Zealand in Test matches and the highest-score by an New Zealand batsman against Bangladesh in Tests, surpassing the previous record of 202 held by Stephen Fleming at Chattogram in 2004.
  • Tom Latham's 252 was the fifth highest-score by an New Zealand captain in Test matches.
  • Tom Latham's 252 was the highest score at Hagley Oval in Test matches, surpassing the previous record of 238 held by Kane Williamson against Pakistan in the last year.
  • New Zealand's 521 was their fifth highest score against Bangladesh in Test matches and It is their third highest total at Hagley Oval in Tests.
  • Trent Boult became the fourth New Zealand bowler to take 300 Test wickets after Richard Hadlee, Daniel Vettori and Tim Southee.
  • Trent Boult's 5 for 43 was his fifth best bowling performance for New Zealand in Test matches and the sixth best bowling figures by an New Zealand bowler against Bangladesh in Tests.
  • Bangladesh's 126 was their third lowest score against New Zealand in Test matches.
  • Bangladesh's 278 was their third highest score in their second innings in Test matches.

* Tom Latham's first century as captain with unbeaten 186, Devon Conway's 99* and Will Young's half-century build the foundation for New Zealand on the opening day of the second Test match.

* Tom Latham's record-breaking 252, Trent Boult's five-for with his 300th Test wicket, Tim Southee and Kyle Jamieson's combined 5-wickets as New Zealand dominated, Bangladesh ended the second day 126 for all out, behind by a massive 395 runs.

* Kyle Jamieson's four-for and Neil Wagner's three-for before Ross Taylor ends Test career with final wicket as New Zealand square series, despite a Liton Das' blazing century in the day 3 of the second Test match.

New Zealand 1st Innings scored 521-6 for declared in 128.5 overs with top scorer by Tom Latham 252 off 373-balls - which was his 2nd Test double-hundred & his first double century against Bangladesh in Tests - including 34-fours & 2-sixes.

Devon Conway 109 off 166-balls - which was his 3rd Test hundred & his second century against Bangladesh in Tests - including 12-fours & a six.

Tom Blundell blasted a unbeaten 57 off 60-balls including 8-fours, Will Young 54 and Ross Taylor 28.

1st Innings Bangladesh best bowler by Shoriful Islam, Ebadot Hossain both took 2-wickets and one for Mominul Haque.

Bangladesh 1st Innings scored 126 for all-out in 41.2 overs at Stumps - with top scorer by Yasir Ali 55, Nurul Hasan 41 and Liton Das 8.

1st Innings New Zealand best bowler by Trent Boult claimed a 5-wickets for 43-runs in 13.2-overs including three maidens, Tim Southee picked up 3-wickets for 28-runs in 12-overs including four maidens and Kyle Jamieson took 2-wickets.

Bangladesh 2nd Innings scored 278 for all-out in 79.3 overs with top scorer by Liton Das hammered a 102 off 114-balls including 14-fours & a six, Mominul Haque 37, Nurul Hasan 36, Najmul Hossain Shanto 29, Mohammad Naim 24 and Shadman Islam 24.

2nd Innings New Zealand best bowler by Kyle Jamieson claimed a 4-wickets for 82-runs in 18-overs including four maidens, Neil Wagner picked up 3-wickets.

Ross Taylor - who took one-wicket for 3-balls on his last Test match, Daryl Mitchell and Tim Southee both took one-wickets.


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