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Bangladesh enjoy strong session
Bangladesh made early inroads into the New Zealand batting line-up in the one-off Test match in Hamilton.
New Zealand have scored 127 runs for the loss of four wickets after they were put into bat by Bangladesh.
Martin Guptill was batting on 20 and skipper Daniel Vettori was yet to get off the mark.
The fourth wicket fell after lunch when Ross Taylor was caught by Mushfiqur Rahim off the bowling of Rubel Hossain for 40.
Earlier, Tim McIntosh, BJ Watling and and Peter Ingram all fell in a rain-delayed first session as the hosts reached 73 for three at lunch at Seddon Park.
Ingram provided the only real resistance, falling for 42 as one of two Rubel Hossain wickets, while Shafiul Islam accounted for the other wicket.
Islam removed McIntosh (seven) in the sixth over, with the opener caught by Imrul Kayes at second slip.
Watling and Ingram restored stability, taking the Black Caps beyond the 50 mark, but soon after, opener Watling was returning to the pavilion.
He played at a Rubel Hossain delivery, steering it to first slip Junaid Siddique to be out for 13.
It was Ingram who was proving the most positive New Zealand batsman, whacking five fours and a six in his knock of 47 balls before he was undone by Rubel Hossain.
Shahadat Hossain took the catch at mid-on as Ingram misjudged a short ball as the hosts lost their third wicket inside 19 overs.
Leon Taylor (six not out) and Martin Guptill (two not out) were at the crease at the interval.
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