New Zealand batsman Ross Taylor plays his last Test match against Bangladesh, Now Ross Taylor will not be seen in the white jersey.
During this, New Zealand batsman Ross Taylor became emotional. Ross Taylor will say goodbye to cricket after the two-Test home series against Bangladesh and 6 ODIs against Australia, Netherlands.
New Zealand and Bangladesh are playing test series where the Bangladesh team won the first test match of the series. The match was won by Bangladesh by eight wickets.
Ross Taylor declare his retirement from international cricket on 30 December.
Where he said that he would say goodbye to cricket after the two-Test home series against Bangladesh and 6 ODIs against Australia, Netherlands.
New Zealand batsman Taylor played his last Test match in the home Test series against Bangladesh.
During this, a wonderful sight was seen on the ground. As soon as Ross Taylor made an entry, the audience and Bangladesh players clapped and welcomed him.
Ross Taylor accepted his honor with a slight smile. In such a situation, this ongoing Test against Bangladesh in the last Test match of his career.
In test cricket Taylor total play 112 matches where he makes 7684 runs at an average of 44.16 and a strike rate of 59.30.
He makes this record with help of 19 centuries, 3 -200s, and 35 half-centuries. 932 -4s and 55 -6s are also.
This is a sad moment for the NZ team because their experience player Ross Taylor is not part of their team.
This is the first time in Test cricket when the Kiwi team has lost to Bangladesh in a match. Bangladesh is the first team to go to New Zealand after 2017 to win a Test match.
In the second test match, New Zealand batted strongly on the first day. New Zealand scored 521 runs for the loss of 6 wickets.
Due to the strong innings of Latham, New Zealand’s team could reach the huge score of 521 runs.
On the other hand, the Bangladesh team, who came out to bat in response, was bundled out for 126 runs in the second innings of the second Test.
Trent Boult broke the back of the Bangladesh team by taking five wickets while bowling sharply.