On December 30, Taylor Ross announced that he was going to play the last Test in the series against Bangladesh. And in the ODIs against Australia-Netherlands in February-March, he will keep the bat pad.
Taylor enters the field when Devon Conway is out at Hagley Oval. Applause from all sides. One by one all the spectators stood up. Everyone stood up and greeted New Zealand’s top Test batsman. Even Bangladesh, led by Muminul Haque, gave him a guard of honor, which has been praised on social media.
According to the announcement, Taylor came down to bat in the first innings on Monday. When the team score is 373 for 2. Acting captain Tom Latham was unbeaten on 190. The collection was supposed to be huge. Taylor landed in white at 22 yards for the last possible time as New Zealand might not even play in the second innings.
When Taylor entered the field, Mominul-Taskin stood in two rows by the side of the crease and greeted with applause. The Bangladesh captain shook hands with the Kiwi batsman. Taylor then went to the crease through a row of visiting players.