NZ vs BAN: Ross Taylor’s last match was very memorable, Bangladesh gave ‘Guard of Honour’ – NZ vs BAN: Ross Taylor’s last match was very memorable, Bangladesh gave ‘Guard of Honor’

NZ vs BAN: The second Test match played between Bangladesh and New Zealand was very special and memorable for Ross Taylor. This match being played in Christchurch is the last match of his career. New Zealand’s most successful Test batsman Ross Taylor is seen playing in a white jersey for the last time.

When Ross Taylor was coming out to bat in his last Test match on Monday, the view on the field was amazing. Kiwi players, spectators and Taylor’s family members present at Hagley Oval stood up to greet him amidst thunderous applause. In such a situation, Bangladesh also won everyone’s heart. Bangladesh cricket team ‘gave guard of honour’ to this batsman. The video of this grand welcome of Taylor is becoming quite viral on social media.

By the way, Ross Taylor did not score special runs in the first innings of the second test match. Taylor played a brilliant innings of 28 runs in 39 balls, in which he hit four fours. Ross Taylor announced his retirement on 30 December last year.

37-year-old Ross Taylor has so far participated in 112 Tests, 233 ODIs and 102 T20 Internationals. He has scored 7683 runs in Test matches at an average of 44.66, including 19 centuries and 35 half-centuries.

At the same time, 8581 runs are recorded in his name in One Day International at an average of 48.20. During this, 21 centuries and 51 half-centuries came out with his bat. In T20 Internationals, Taylor has scored 1909 runs at a strike rate of 122.37, including seven half-centuries.

first published:Jan. 10, 2022, 10:58 a.m.


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