New Zealand beat Bangladesh by 117 runs in the second test match and take revenge, this player take retirement in this match

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New Zealand and Bangladesh are playing a 2-match test series that ends in a draw and the New Zealand team gives Ross Taylor the gift of victory.

Bangladesh defeated hosts New Zealand in the first test match of the series, but the hosts were quick to equalize the previous defeat and finished the second test match in 3 days.

Team Black Caps won this match with 117 runs, which is one of the good numbers. This is Ross Taylor's last test match.

The New Zealand team manages to tie this series

New Zealand achieved a great victory over Bangladesh by one inning and 117 runs. New Zealand took revenge for losing the first Test to Bangladesh. With this victory, the series was tied 1-1.

In a first test match Bangladesh beat New Zealand, and after that this last match is Do or Die match, after this they both play ODI series.

New Zealand forced Bangladesh to continue in the second Test and won by one inning and 117.

New Zealand declared the first innings at 521/6, in response to which Bangladesh was only able to make 126 in the first innings, and then the hosts forced the follow-up.

In the second inning, the visiting team dropped to 278 runs. New Zealand captain Tom Latham scored 252 runs

Devon Conway becomes player of the series and Tom Latham man of the match in the second match.

Ross Taylor last test match with New Zealand

Ross Taylor announces this news before the start of the Bangladesh series that this is the last match of his career after this test match that he retires.

Because of this, when he reached the ground to bat, the Bangladeshi players clapped and showed respect, in his response, Ross smiled and accepted this beautiful gesture.

Along with this match, New Zealand's number one hitter Ross Taylor also said goodbye to his test run. Taylor has already announced that he will retire from international cricket after the domestic summer.

At the same time, he will play the last international game of his career on April 4 in Hamilton.

Taylor said goodbye to his test run with the wicket. Taylor outscored Bangladesh's innings by 278 by catching Ebadat Hossain at the hands of Latham.

In test cricket he plays a total of 112 matches and makes 7684 runs with an average of 44.16 including 19 centuries, 3 double centuries, which is done with the help of 932 -4s and 55 -6s.