Rain washes out day two in Mirpur

Rain prevented any play from happening on the second day of the second Test between Bangladesh and New Zealand in Mirpur. The day was abandoned at 1:55pm local time. The downpour had started from the beginning Thursday morning and went on as the day progressed. The umpires examined the circumstances a couple of times, with the final remaining one at 1.00 pm, after which the downpour increased and constrained the relinquishment. Nonetheless, given the speed at which the Test advanced on the very beginning, there is still a lot of time for an outcome. Bangladesh were bowled out for 172 on the main day with New Zealand's spinners getting eight of the ten wickets. Tim Southee took one, while Mushfiqur Rahim turned into the primary Bangladesh hitter to be given out for deterring the field. His excusal would have been a greater idea for the hosts had their spinners not diminished New Zealand to 55 for 5 when terrible light finished play. Bangladesh are as yet 117 runs ahead in the primary innings, and are pushing for their lady Test series triumph against New Zealand, subsequent to dominating the main game by 150 runs. Play is booked to begin at 9.15 am nearby time on day three in Mirpur, with at least 98 overs to be bowled.