NZ, Bangla share day's honours

Bangladesh all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan picked up all three New Zealand wickets to fall as the visitors reached 107 for three before rain returned to halt play on day two of the second and final Test on Tuesday.

Kane Williamson (28) and former captain Ross Taylor (37) were at the crease, trailing the hosts by 175 runs, when a heavy downpour washed out the last session for the second day running.

Earlier, left-arm paceman Neil Wagner snared three to add to his overnight tally of two and complete his first five-wicket haul in Tests as Bangladesh were all out for 282 after resuming on 228 for five in the morning.

Wagner, who replaced spinner Bruce Martin for the second Test, picked up the wickets of Bangladesh captain Mushfiqur Rahim, Sohag Gazi, and Rubel to complete his five-wicket tally.

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