MIRPUR, Bangladesh (AP) -- Mominul Haque smashed his second test century to help Bangladesh cruise to 269-3 and took a 114-run lead over New Zealand at stumps on the fourth day of the second cricket test on Thursday.
Mominul remained unbeaten to score 126 off 225 balls while Tamim Iqbal contributed 70 before he was out.
Shakib Al Hasan remained unbeaten on 32.
After New Zealand was dismissed for 437 runs with a 155-run lead over Bangladesh, the hosts lost Anamul Haque for 22 and Marshall Ayub for 9.
Neil Wagner returned 2-52 and Kane Wlliamson took 1-44.