Bangladesh 282 (74.5 overs) & 87-2 (27 overs)
New Zealand 437 (140 overs)
Neil Wagner's double strike kept New Zealand in control of the second Test against Bangladesh in Dhaka, but Tamim Iqbal and Mominul Haque were doing their best to rebuild the innings by lunch on day four.
Bangladesh needed just seven overs to wrap up the New Zealand innings—the tourists added just 18 runs during that time, losing Ish Sodhi to a run out for 59, while Trent Boult could only add four runs before Abdur Razzak beat him for an lbw decision.
It left BJ Watling stranded on 70, but any disappointment the Black Caps felt at not stretching their lead would have disappeared as Wagner emerged with the ball.
First Anamul Haque chased him to Peter Fulton at slip for 22, then Ross Taylor did the catching when Marshall Ayub pushed at one. Fuller deliveries each time were key.
New Zealand had turned to spin well before tea, though neither Sodhi nor part-timer Kane Williamson had yet to make a breakthrough.
The partnership between Tamim and Mominul was worth 32 runs, but with a deficit of 68 runs still to bridge, the Tigers have plenty to do.