Ross Taylor called it “a great way to finish” as the New Zealand batting great took the last Bangladesh wicket to ensure his side won the second Test in Christchurch and drew the series.
New Zealand and Bangladesh have put the impending retirement of Ross Taylor at the forefront of preparations for the first Test which starts at Bay Oval in Mount Maunganui on Saturday.
New Zealand great Ross Taylor has confirmed he is bowing out of international cricket.
Veteran New Zealand batsman Ross Taylor ruled out retirement on Friday following the Black Caps’ victory over India in the inaugural World Test Championship, saying he could still contribute to the team.
Ross Taylor has been ruled out of the third Test in Hamilton starting on Wednesday, while Trent Boult looks likely to make a return.
Ross Taylor has been ruled out of the second Test in Wellington after picking up a calf strain during New Zealand’s first innings in Dunedin.