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15 March 2019, 03:59 | Henrietta Morgan
Taylor (200) brought up his 18th Test ton at Basin Reserve on Monday, with only Kane Williamson - who has 20 - having made more for New Zealand.
Bangladesh enjoyed a decent start as the second Test against New Zealand finally got underway on Sunday, before rain cut short day three.
In the face of Wagner's relentless bouncer barrage, Bangladesh were all out for 209 to give New Zealand victory by an innings and 12 runs to go with their innings and 52-run win in the first Test.
The victory was New Zealand's fifth test series win in succession and all the more remarkable with the entire first two days of play washed out, while an hour's play was also lost at the end of the third day due to rain and poor light.
Tim Southee is captaining the side as Williamson has yet to return to the field with a shoulder injury.
Taylor went on to score 200, which came off 212 balls and included 19 boundaries and four sixes, before he was caught behind off the bowling of Mustafizur Rahman. "We didn't see it unfolding as it did".
It was their third consecutive fifty-plus partnership, the first time that feat had been achieved in New Zealand by an opening pair since South Africa's Herschelle Gibbs and Gary Kirsten in 1999.
Wagner finished with figures of 5/45 - all of his wickets came on the final day.
New Zealand, in turn, was 8-2 in its first innings before Williamson and Taylor combined in a 172-run partnership for the third wicket.
New Zealand'sNeil Wagner (centre) celebrates the wicket of Bangladesh's Taijul Islam with team-mates on Tuesday.
The home team scored fast enough to advance the game and allow itself time to bowl out Bangladesh.
In a productive 13 deliveries either side of lunch, Wagner removed Mominul Haque (15) and Mohammad Mithun (three) before the break and when play resumed he took the valuable wicket of Tamim who top-edged an attempted pull shot.
"Very disappointing", Mahmudullah said.
"It it was a World Cup final and we needed him [Watling] to be out there he would have gone out, but we thought with the next test match further down the track there was no point in risking him".
"We know that there was a bit of help with the new ball and even with the semi new ball but we should have applied ourselves a bit better, so going forward to the next match we need to adapt as soon as we can".
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