New Zealand tightens grip over Bangladesh
HAMILTON: Bangladesh has slumped to 88 for five at stumps on day four of the one off cricket Test against New Zealand here on Thursday, needing a further 316 runs to win.
Daniel Vettori declared New Zealand''s second innings at 258 for five with Tim McIntosh top scoring with 89, setting the tourists a target of 404.
Martin Guptill made 56 not out and Ross Taylor 51.
But the Black Caps created an unwelcome Test cricket record in their second innings, with all three top order batsmen, B J Wattling, Peter Ingram and McIntosh being run out - the first time that''s happened in Test history.