When history looks back on the first New Zealand Test, it won't remember it for being the most illustrious of matches. There were three debutants in the game, Only one bowler, Shakib Al Hasan, had more than 100 career wickets to his name. It will, however, be remembered as Sohag Gazi's draw. An unbeaten hundred, a hat-trick, a six-for. Nobody has ever hit a ton and taken three-in-three in the same game before; it's one of the few positive world records that Bangladesh owns. It's unlikely that Gazi will ever have such a specatular game again, even if he plays until he's forty. Then again, you would have said that last time he performed that feat, for Barisal against Khulna less than a year ago.
Sohag Gazi has been a revelation for Bangladesh since he made his debut last year.
In the future, I think he will become a key part of a Bangladeshi side that could possibly work its way up to the top five or six in the world in coming years. I also think that, in a few years, Gazi could have some leadership potential; just a hunch, at the moment, but I think he's got it in him.