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The Tamim century is still disappointing after Bangladesh



Sports reporter: Bangladesh did not hear less because of the first order in the ODI series. But tourists responded well at the beginning of the test series. Tamim Iqbal has made a remarkable century. Of course, the Tigres team was expecting great scores. Last but not least. The main reason is the short ball. Steve Rhodes's team won 234 races in fast succession. Hosts before the day
Bangladesh lost the shot at Hamilton Sedon Park yesterday, after losing the shot, after the rest of the tea, Bangladesh only refused 234 races. Tamim Iqbal scored 126 races for the team. In his innings he scored 26 races and six. In response to the response, New Zealand won 86 races without wickets in the welfare of the government. Chip Raval (51) and Tom Latham (35) are still ahead of the team, with 148 races in the draw. The 10 complete wickets in hand.
The weakness of Bangladesh is short-lived: you know the pacers of New Zealand. Yesterday, the hosts suffered tourists from the hosts. The only exception was Tamim Iqbal. He was an aggressor from the beginning. He made a half century of 37, one hundred in 100, saying that the race is correct; The Tamim batting, however, was an impression.
In one extreme, Tamim played easily but on the other side, Soumya Sarkar, Mominul Haque, Mahmudullah Riyadh, Mohammed Mithun and Liton Dasara returned to deliver their wickets in the absence of great spikes while Kiwi Pacers was cut on the other side.
Trent Boult and Tim Southee did not leave, Bangladesh scored 53 races in the first 10 games They were 80 in the first hour. Tamim was running at an overwhelming speed. Even so, the team lost the way to the disaster. The last five wickets were read for 27 races. The whole team is frustrated by not being able to use the beginning, Tamim also said at the end: "To be honest, in this type of conditions we have a dream like this. Usually, on the first day, green wickets, we lost 2-3 wickets at the beginning. It is often disappointing not to apply today so beautiful.
Wagner, who played in Bangladesh, played Tamim very well. However, if others can not defend the success of their opponents, the opener: "If we see our outputs, it's very good but we are not out." We made that plan a bit more than planned. We went to the wrong shot. Not today, I have been doing the same in the last two-four and five years. I think it's better to call "Wagner", that's all.
After the deception of the batting, the team seemed very excited at the beginning of the bowling alley. Abu Zayed and the anointed paceman Ebadat Hossain had a good catch on new bowling tests from Jeet Raval and Tom Latham Iqatat could take wickets for his second test. But Coy Pe Latham could not catch the celebrities. Then there was no other opportunity from Bangladesh. Havoc, who passed halfway through the century, Latham was also surprised at the wicket. Tourists found this on the back
Short score
The first entries of Bangladesh: 234 in 59.2 overs (Tamim 126, Sadman 24, Mominul 12, Gemini 8, Soumya 1, Mahmudullah 22, Liton 29, Miraj 10, Abu Zayed 2, Khaled 0, Ibadat 0 * Bolt 1/6, Saudi 3/76, D Grandhom 1/39, Wagner 5/47, AST 0/10).
New Zealand 1st innings: 08/08/08 at 86/0 (Raval 53 *, Latham 35 *; Abu Zayed 0/15, Ibadat 0/26, Khaled 0/6, Soumya 0/8, Miraz 0/31).


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