On Tuesday, Ross Taylor, New Zealand’s “Man,” claimed the final Bangladesh wicket in his final ball of Test cricket, sealing New Zealand’s win in the second test and a series-leveling victory by an innings and 117 runs (January 11).And so it ended, not with a half-century, a century, or a slog sweep for six over leg side, but with an unexpected wicket.Ross Taylor’s test career ended in spectacular fashion, with the New Zealand cricket legend taking the final wicket as the Kiwis completed a crushing test victory over Bangladesh. A dream career ended with a fairytale ending, which could be a dream for any bowler to take wicket on his final ball of the innings.

Ross only needed three balls to remove Bangladesh’s last wicket and complete this remarkable feat. Ross Taylor, who batted once in the match’s first innings, scored 28 runs off 39 balls in his final test innings before being dismissed by Ebadot Hossain. Ross Taylor retired from test cricket after scoring 7684 runs in 112 games, including 19 centuries and 35 half-centuries.