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Own representative, Dhaka, January 4: Bangladesh finished the third day of first test match against New Zealand with a 73-run lead at the Bay Oval in Mount Manganui. Bangladesh dominated the match from the second day morning. New Zealand all out for 328 runs after a power show by the Bangladeshi bowlers. The Tigers ended the day with 175 runs for the loss of only two wickets. Nazmul Hossain Shanto was dismissed after scoring a half century (64 runs), but Mahmudul Hasan Joy was on the wicket with 70 runs.
Dhaka, February 24: The Bangladesh cricket team reached Christchurch, New Zealand on Wednesday morning (Bangladesh time). The team boarded a Singapore Airlines flight to New Zealand at 4pm on Tuesday.