Ross Taylor and his skipper, Brendon McCullum, blasted tons in the first innings of the 1st Test and put their side on top against the visiting West Indies.
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.
The young gun of Bangladesh, Mominul Haque, boosted his side by plundering his maiden Test century and sharing valuable partnerships against New Zealand.
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 responsible century from the top order batsman of the Black Caps, Kane Williamson, guided his team to a sound position in the first Test vs. Bangladesh.
Graeme Swann, well assisted by Steven Finn and Stuart Broad destroyed the batting line up of New Zealand as the visitors face another defeat in the 2nd Test.
Matt Prior blasted a match preserving ton and shared a solid partnership with Ian Bell that resulted in saving the crucial third Test for England vs. New Zealand.
Peter Fulton plundered his successive ton in the match and the Black Caps bowlers bowled superbly vs. England as the home team came closer to a historic win.
The young fast bowler of the Kiwis, Trent Boult, exhibited a lethal bowling vs. visiting England and put his side on top at the end of the third day’s play.
The New Zealand batting led by Peter Fulton and Kane Willamson posted a healthy total while Trent Boult held two quick English wickets as the hosts ruled the day.