Wagner, Boult carve through Bangladesh | Daily News

Wagner, Boult carve through Bangladesh

WELLINGTON sunday: New Zealand short-ball maestro Neil Wagner believed a result in the rain-affected second Test against Bangladesh was still “definitely possible” after New Zealand trailed by 173 at stumps on day three in Wellington on Sunday.

New Zealand reached 38 for two in reply to Bangladesh’s first innings 211 after the first two days were washed out. Thirteen wickets fell in the 72 overs possible, leading New Zealand’s chief wicket-taker Wagner to think there was still time to force a result in the remaining two days. “It’s definitely possible,” Wagner said having removed the cream of the Bangladesh side with four for 28 while Trent Boult took 3 for 38. AFP


 

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