NZ vs BAN: “Worst Review Ever”: Bangladesh’s DRS howler astounded fans; WATCH VIDEO

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NZ vs BAN: “Worst Review Ever”: Bangladesh’s DRS howler astounded fans; WATCH VIDEO – The first Test of a two-match series between New Zealand and Bangladesh is underway, with the visitors hitters completely dominating day three. They went on to score a whopping 458 runs while chasing a 328-run goal. However, as the fourth day progressed, one critique from the visiting nation caught the attention of fans.

Taskin Ahmed faced Ross Taylor, who had a full-length delivery, and Mominul Haque chose the LBW review at the eleventh hour. When the replay was shown, the bat obviously hit the middle of the bat, and the ball plainly missed it, despite the fact that the boot was close. The review turned out to be an error on the part of the visiting country, and this is how they were able to exhaust all of their options in this case.

NZ vs BAN: “Worst Review Ever”: Bangladesh’s DRS howler astounded fans

Bangladesh batsmen broke the backs of Kiwi bowlers on day three, as Liton Das and Haque stood tall with their strokes. The team director praised the players’ efforts and stated that day four would be key for them, with a 150-run advantage giving them a strong chance. The batters, on the other hand, fell short of that goal.

“Tomorrow morning is critical.” We have a total of four wickets. We have a 73-run lead thanks to Miraj and Yasir. If we can add another 70 runs to our lead, we will be close to 150 runs ahead, and we will be in good shape. We wish to live and prosper. We aim to draw in the Test match even if we don’t win. Still, there are 180 overs left, and scoring runs will be difficult if we bowl effectively,” Bangladesh team director Khaled Mahmud remarked after the third day’s play, according to Cricbuzz.

“I constantly talk to them [players] individually and try to motivate them. I just informed them that, despite declaring at 595, we had lost a match, but that this is not always the case. One group must rise to the occasion, and why not this one? We must follow the proper procedure and, above all, play with courage and freedom. There isn’t a ghost in sight. We had the confidence that we could accomplish it, but we also had the fear that we couldn’t because we’re a young team,” he added.

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