Vettori leaves B'desh reeling
New Zealand captain Daniel Vettori once again tormented Bangladesh
with three wickets in one over to inject life into the rain-hit second
Test here Tuesday.
With the first three days washed out, play finally began on the
fourth morning and after declaring New Zealand's first innings at 262-6,
Vettori's triple strike left Bangladesh in trouble at 13-3 in reply.
Ryder said he was happy with his efforts.
"It was nice to score, a bit disappointing not to reach the century.
I will learn from it," said Ryder, whose career was interrupted when he
badly hurt his hand in a New Zealand bar in a late-night incident in
Vettori, who was New Zealand's hero in the first Test with two
half-centuries and nine wickets, made 22.