Bangladesh's fast bowlers: from invisibles to match-winner

The team's quicks have come a long way in four years, and are now perhaps all Bangladesh can pin their World Cup campaign hopes on 

Ebadot Hossain found inspiration from team-mates in Mount Maunganui. As he laboured through a spell late on the fourth day, 

Bangladesh needed to break a crucial partnership. 

They had done the hard part against New Zealand, a side they had never beaten at home,  

but Ross Taylor and Will Young stood in their way. 

Finally Ebadot skidded one past a pull by Young.  

The off bail went for a spin. 

Ebadot, who averaged 81.54 in Tests then,

bowled the most memorable spell in Bangladesh cricket history.