A combined team effort well led by the opener, Tamim Iqbal, followed by an excellent bowling guided Bangladesh to a smooth win against New Zealand.
Sohag Gazi excelled with the ball by grabbing a hat trick in the second innings of New Zealand as the first Test ended in a draw on a batting paradise wicket.
Sohag Gazi tasted his first Test hundred which was the 4th in the match from the batsmen of either sides in two innings as the game was approaching for a draw.
BJ Watling hit another Test ton and put New Zealand into a commanding position vs. Bangladesh, assisted by a solid partnership of 127 runs with Trent Boult.
A scintillating century by Tillakaratne Dilshan well supported by Kumar Sangakkara assisted Sri Lanka to win the first ODI vs. Bangladesh by a huge margin.
The Bangladeshi batsmen surrendered against the lethal spin bowling of Rangana Herath who clinched 12 wickets in the 2nd Test which was won by the Islanders.
The fatigued Sri Lankan bowlers assisted Bangladesh to amass 600 plus runs and, Mushfiqur Rahim, to thrash first double century for the visitors in the 1st Test.
Mohammad Ashraful and Mushfiqur Rahim punished the strong bowling of Sri Lanka by smashing tons and gave a sterling reply to the Islanders in the 1st innings.
Lahiru Thirimanne and Dinseh Chanidamal toyed with the Bangladesh bowling while dispatching centuries as Bangladesh fought well on the day two of the 1st Test.
Kumar Sangakkara plundered his 31st Test century against Bangladesh that led the home side to a commanding position on the opening day of first Test.