Bangladesh had a disastrous moment on day one of the second Test against New Zealand, when a slip fieldsman dropped a catch and the hosts recorded seven runs.
Will Young edged Ebadot Hossain’s final ball of the 25th over to second slip but Litton Das failed to take the catch, diving in front of first slip and grassing the ball.
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Young and Tom Latham ran three as the ball raced toward the boundary at fine leg.
And Nurul Hasan hurled the ball in to the wicketkeeper’s end, before the gloveman spotted an opportunity to execute a run-out at the other end.
But the ball missed the stumps and wasn’t backed up, leaving Hossain to chase the leather toward the boundary at long-off.
The right-arm quick couldn’t hunt down the ball and Bangladesh, after already dropping a catch and conceding three runs off the same delivery, gave away another four runs in overthrows.
“Oh, we’re going to have a seven are we?! And the bowler’s had to chase it down from the boundary, as well,” said former New Zealand all-rounder Craig McMillan on Fox Cricket.
“Wow, he got the nick then had to chase it down to the boundary.”
Former New Zealand batsman Brendon McCullum added: “I don’t know where to go with that one. It shelled in the slips, madness ensures and poor Ebadot Hossain just to rub salt into the wounds (chases down the overthrow). You’ve got to be kidding me”.
New Zealand reached stumps on day one at 1-349, with Latham on 186 and Devon Conway on 99.
Bangladesh produced an extraordinary result in the first Test, defeating the winners of the inaugural World Test Championship.
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