Pak vs NZ: Pakistan to Start Day Two Against New Zealand

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Pak vs NZ: Pakistan to Start Day Two Against New Zealand With Eight-wickets

On Saturday, Pakistan will go against New Zealand for the first Test match in Abu Dhabi, with eight wickets. Pak vs NZ is being watched by millions of viewers around the globe.

On the opening day of the first test match on Friday, sprinter Yasir Shah led with such a high-level spin and run that Pakistan has been at the lead.


Yasir, who is the well-known wicket-taking ace of Pakistan, is leading with 3-54 as New Zealand bowled out for a 153 in 66.3 overs.

The last match ended with Pakistan closing at 59-2. And accordingly, Pakistan needs at least 94 more runs to take the lead and go in the list of the the three-match series.

During the match, cricketer Imam was first to go as he took the New Zealand member’s delivery to the slip meanwhile Hafeez miscaught a pull straight to short mid-wicket and both were caught by Kane Williamson.

Hasan removed Williamson with a slower delivery as the New Zealand skipper went for a hook and gloved the ball for keeper Sarfraz Ahmed’s fourth catch of the innings.

Pakistan has dominated the first session against New Zealand as the rival was 81-3 at lunchtime, with Yasir Shah taking the first lead of the two wickets in his opening overs.

Yasir, who has had a tough week due to the death of his mother, had cricketer Latham caught up at the mid-wicket with the fourth ball.

The second Test will take place in Dubai from November 24-28, and third in Abu Dhabi from December 3-7.

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