correct cricbuzz prediction today: “What an absolute street”: New Zealand pacemakers slam Karachi pitch, Twitter claims ‘it was made for Babar Azam’s personal milestone’

On the first day of the second Test, Karachi’s pitch came under renewed scrutiny after the New Zealand starters had little trouble scoring against Pakistan.

Pakistan’s cricket team and his PCB are under intense scrutiny for the quality of the pitches created for friendly matches at the team’s home. From adjustments in Australia to now New Zealand, the story doesn’t seem to have changed since his March last year. Series after series, the pitches on which matches are played lack the flavor and excitement necessary to make Test cricket interesting. The batsmen are having a great time and the bowlers are fighting over the wicket. A similar thing happened today at the National Stadium in Karachi where his second Test between New Zealand and Pakistan took place. After winning the toss and picking the starting batsman, New Zealand starting pitchers Tom Latham and Devon Conway formed a solid partnership with 134 runs in 35.1 overs, with both batsmen scoring a half-century. Latham and Conway hit overs at a rate of almost four runs, so the pacer’s Mill He Hamza, Naseem Shah and Hasan Ali were ineffective. Black Caps pacesetter Mitchell McClennahan took to Twitter to express his dissatisfaction with the pitch, comparing it to a straight, given that the New Zealand starting lineup scored runs so easily. “What an absolute street. A hitter’s dream,” he tweeted. In response to McClenahan’s tweet, fans on Twitter agreed with the left-hander’s assessment, believing such non-sporting surfaces are made to help Pakistani hitters achieve personal achievements and milestones.

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