Roland-Jones takes four wickets in first 33 balls in Test cricket

A day Toby Roland-Jones will not forget ever. A debut that saw him rip through the top order of the Proteas. After Stokes had helped the hosts cross 350, clouds obliged and rolled the carpet for a grand welcome for the debutant,
who smiled through flashes and scripted a history of his own. Tomrrow will be about Root's decision making. Does he have the faith in his pacers to ask South Africa to come back again or will he chance the fact the Philander is trying to debug his system in some hospital

South Africa bowler Vernon Philander has been taken to hospital

South Africa bowler Vernon Philander has been taken to hospital during the third Test against England. The 32-year-old only bowled 12 overs on day one at The Oval as he complained of reoccurring stomach pain. Despite struggling, Philander took two wickets – removing opener Keaton Jennings and skipper Joe Root – before leaving the field.
The experienced paceman returned on day two but was forced off again after bowling a further five overs. And now Philander has been taken to a nearby hospital to undergo tests – with the bowler reportedly suffering from dehydration. Philander, who has taken 10 wickets in the series, will miss the rest of the day’s play and it is not known whether he will be able to play any further part in the game. Despite Philander’s impressive spell, England surpassed 350 in their first innings thanks to Ben Stokes’ century and Alastair Cook’s 82.

Bangladesh script first overseas ODI win over New Zealand

Latham is presented with the trophy and the whole New Zealand team joins him in celebration. It wasn't their best day today as Latham said, but some of the inexperienced players will take a lot from this series.
For Bangladesh, it really is a major achievement to finally beat New Zealand away from home. It's a reflection of the strides they've been making of late, and they'll be raring to go in the Champions Trophy. That's it from this tri-nation competition.

Recording their first ever ODI win over New Zealand outside of Bangladesh

Mushfiqur Rahim, Man of the Match says: The bowlers came back really well in the back end. At one point it
looked like they would get 300-plus. Very good preparation going into the Champions Trophy. Hopefully we'll come out strong in the Champions Trophy.

Bangladesh first win over New Zealand away from home

This is Bangladesh's first win over New Zealand away from home, in their 17th attempt. A few of their supporters have invaded the field in celebration. They've been making a lot of noise all day and have been treated with a fine performance from their beloved team. Bangladesh were carrying momentum going into the break. They had stifled New Zealand to 270 from a position of 167/2 in 30 overs.
The chase couldn't have gotten off on a better note with Tamim Iqbal smashing the first ball for six. He had a big partnership with Sabbir Rahman for the second wicket, and it put Bangladesh right in charge. New Zealand kept fighting back though, never allowing the opposition to run away with the game through the middle period. However, the pair of Rahim and Mahmudullah showed composure and killed the game off comfortably in the end. This series was already decided in New Zealand's favour before we came in today. However, you can't help but wonder, especially after today's result, that things could have been so different if one of those Bangladesh v Ireland games weren't washed out.