A lifeline was given to Young, who was then rewarded with the overthrow of his opponents.
During the second Test against Bangladesh, he scored seven runs off a single delivery.
It happened on the penultimate ball of the first over after lunch when the incident occurred.
Day 1 of the second Test between New Zealand and Bangladesh began with an incident on the final ball of the first over the following lunch.
The second Test match between New Zealand and Bangladesh was taking place at Christchurch’s Hagley Oval when New Zealand batsman Will Young was given a lifeline and then rewarded with an overthrow after scoring seven runs off one delivery. On the first day after lunch, the incident occurred on the final ball of the first over when no one was watching. Tom Latham and Chris Young shared a 92-run partnership in the morning session to put the hosts in a commanding position.
Ibadat Hossain’s delivery gave Young a nice edge. he said. The fielder at second slip dived full-length to the left and tried to collect the ball, but he ended up losing it.
As the ball sped towards the fine leg boundary, Latham and Young sped up their runs with ease.
To score a boundary, Nurul Hasan tossed the ball towards the non-striker’s end after receiving it from the guy at fine leg.
Bangladesh, who is ahead 1-0 in the two-game series, had chosen to start the game by bowling first.
The first-wicket partnership of 148 runs between Latham and Young was broken by Shoriful Islam.
As a result of his captaincy, the Kiwis were 202 for 1 at tea, an unbeaten hundred.
Devon Conway and Latham are both unbeaten on 54 at the time of this writing.
In the first Test, Bangladesh placed tenth in the Test cricket rankings, stunned the incumbent World Test Champion, New Zealand, by eight wickets to win the series.