Kane century fires New Zealand to stunning win - Pakistan Observer

A gruesome day for Bangladesh was highlighted by Mushfiqur Rahim being taken off the field in an ambulance after being struck on the helmet by a bouncer from Tim Southee. The fact that he was batting in the first place, having injured his hand, was a ...

Kiwis slay Tigers : Captain Mushfiqur blames bowlers for loss - Free Press Journal

Wellington : After suffering a confidence-crippling defeat to New Zealand in the first cricket Test, Bangladesh captain Mushfiqur Rahim on Monday said the team was let down by its bowling. He said things could have been different if the bowlers could ...

Hospital clears Mushfiqur after head blow - The Nation

WELLINGTON - Bangladesh captain Mushfiqur Rahim has been cleared of any serious injury after he was felled by a bouncer on the final morning of the first Test in Wellington on Monday. A team spokesman said Mushfiqur had an X-ray in hospital and there ...

Shakib duck changed NZ Test - The Daily Star

Bangladesh all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan watches the ball rocket towards the leg side boundary during the first Test against New Zealand at the Basin Reserve in Wellington. Photo: BCB. 0. Share this with. Facebook; Twitter; Google+; LinkedIn; E-mail; Viber.

Williamson fires Kiwis to stunning win - The Hindu

Captain Kane Williamson scored his 15th century as New Zealand staged a remarkable fightback to win the first Test against Bangladesh by seven wickets in the final session here on Monday. Williamson and Ross Taylor, determined not to run out of time, ...

Williamson fires New Zealand to stunning triumph against BD - The News International

WELLINGTON: Kane Williamson scored his 15th century as New Zealand staged a remarkable fightback to win the first Test against Bangladesh by seven wickets in the final session in Wellington on Monday. He described it has “a second-innings match” ...

NZ, Bangladesh defend bouncers despite danger - The News International

WELLINGTON: New Zealand and Bangladesh on Monday defended the short ball as a legitimate weapon following the bouncer-laden first Test which saw Mushfiqur Rahim rushed to hospital after being hit on the head. Mushfiqur retired hurt on 13 and was ...

NZ steals stunning win over Bangladesh - Saudi Gazette

New Zealand's captain Kane Williamson (R) celebrates his 100 runs with teammate Henry Nicholls during day five of their first Test against Bangladesh in Wellington Monday. - AFP. WELLINGTON – Kane Williamson seized New Zealand's run chase by the ...

New Zealand produce Test record turnaround to beat Bangladesh - The Canberra Times

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Rahim 'fine' Kohli stars - Fiji Times

BANGLADESH captain Mushfiqur Rahim was taken to hospital on Monday after being hit on the head by a bouncer from New Zealand's Tim Southee but was reported to be doing "fine". Mushfiqur, who was wearing a helmet, slowly went to the ground then ...

Bangladesh skipper Mushfiqur blames bowlers after losing Wellington Test - Morochos.net

Bangladesh have never won a Test against New Zealand, after three draws and eight losses in their previous 11 matches – having beaten England for the first time in October.Shakib's duck was a far cry from his record-breaking first innings knock of 217 ...

'No one wants to hurt anyone' - Black Caps coach Mike Hesson defends short-pitched attack amid batsman safety ... - Stuff.co.nz

Black Caps coach Mike Hesson will be quite happy if he never sees another hook shot from Neil Wagner. But he won't be reining in his combative fast bowler with ball in hand, and insists his bouncer barrage is within the rules and designed to take ...

Cricket: Bangladesh captain Mushfiqur Rahim released from hospital - New Zealand Herald

Bangladesh captain Mushfiqur Rahim was released from hospital after being admitted for precautionary tests when he was for struck on the head by a bouncer on the final day of the first cricket test against New Zealand on Monday. A team spokesman said ...

Cricket: Mike Hesson open to new bouncer rules - New Zealand Herald

New Zealand would have no issue if the rules for bowling bouncers were enlarged to cover the chest area, according to coach Mike Hesson. He was speaking a day after the seven-wicket win over Bangladesh at the Basin Reserve, which included a pile of ...

Black Caps will continue to bounce out batsmen - Radio Sport

The Black Caps will continue to tread across the mine field of short pitch bowling. New Zealand's tactic of bouncing Bangladesh out of the first test in Wellington resulted in gruesome blows to the visitors. One of those, suffered by captain Mushfiqur ...

Former paceman Kyle Mills defends Blackcaps' bouncer tactic - Newshub

Former New Zealand paceman Kyle Mills has endorsed the use of the bouncer against Bangladesh following the Blackcaps gripping seven-wicket Test win in Wellington on Monday. The Blackcaps used the bouncer heavily on the fourth and fifth days, with ...

Bangladesh captain Mushfiqur 'fine' after taking hit to the head - Gulf Times

Bangladesh's Mushfiqur Rahim is carried away by ambulance staff after being hit on the head at the Basin Reserve in Wellington yesterday. Text Size: A A A. Reuters/Wellington. Bangladesh captain Mushfiqur Rahim was taken to hospital yesterday after ...

Bangladesh brush off bouncer bombardment as they fall to Black Caps - Stuff.co.nz

Tom Latham of New Zealand checks on the welfare of Bangladesh skipper Mushfiqur Rahim after being struck in the helmet by a Tim Southee delivery at the Basin Reserve. Bangladesh have no problems with New Zealand's bouncer tactics as the dangers of ...

Black Caps leave mental scars on stunned Bangladesh - Independent Community Newspaper

Bangladesh batsman Mahmudullah leaves the field as the Black Caps celebrate another wicket during the tourists' collapse at the Basin Reserve. Relevant offers. National sport. Black Caps leave mental scars on stunned Bangladesh · Renegades ...

The sports wrap: Bangladesh slump to improbable defeat against New Zealand, and other top stories - Scroll.in

Despite being rusty, Andy Murray, Venus Williams, and defending champion Angelique Kerber posted wins at the Australian Open. by Scroll Staff. Published 7 hours ago. The sports wrap: Bangladesh slump to improbable defeat against New Zealand, and ...