B’desh on the cusp of historic win in NZ

Ebadot Hossain bowled Bangladesh to the brink of a famous victory over World Test champion New Zealand in a fiery spell on Tuesday on the fourth day of the first Test. On a pitch on which Bangladesh and New Zealand collectively amassed 786 runs in their first innings—with the tourists taking a 130-run lead—Ebadot reduced New Zealand to 147-5 at stumps, a lead of only 17 runs.

After dismissing first innings century-maker Devon Conway for 13, Ebadot removed Will Young (69), Henry Nicholls (0) and Tom Blundell (0) in the space of six balls to fortify the strong position the Bangladesh batters had created.

“The first thing to know about Ebadot as a person is that he only came to cricket about five years ago,” Bangladesh’s West Indies-born bowling coach Ottis Gibson said.
“He won a fast-bowling competition somewhere and two years later he was playing international cricket. He’s a joy to work with because he’s enthusiastic and he wants to learn so much. When his confidence is high he can bowl spells like this,” he added.

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