Augustin Sujan: Bangladesh have bowled out New Zealand for 539 runs in the first of a two-match Test series in Wellington taking a 56-run lead in the first innings.
The hosts were all out scoring 539 runs in 148.2 overs which gave the visitors a 56-run lead as they declared their first inning at 595 for 8 in 152 overs.
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