cricbuzz prediction today: PAK vs New Zealand: 319 goals against New Zealand keep Pakistan 2 wickets away

Pakistan lost two wickets at the end of Thursday’s eventful fourth day of the second Test without even considering chasing a 319-winning goal against New Zealand.

Pakistan lost two wickets at the end of Thursday’s eventful fourth day of the second Test without even considering chasing a 319-winning goal against New Zealand.

New Zealand declared 277-5 in the second innings and bowled his first Pakistan Test in 20 years after taking advantage of his three overs in the final of the day against his opener Abdullah Shafiq and night watchman Mirhamza. We aimed to win the series on the Tour.

Pakistan were her 0-2 in the stumps but have yet to break his all-time successful chase of 314 runs in 1994 when Australia lost to wickets at the same National Stadium.

On a day the referee miscalculated, New Zealand were in no doubt as captain Tim Southey kept Shafiq’s second-ball rebound a little low.Ish Sodhi Hamza bowled the pair cleanly in the match and gave Pakistan a serious run. got into trouble. .

Tom Blundell (74) and Michael Bracewell (74 out-out) strengthened New Zealand with 127 runs in a row. Blundell hid in the depths as New Zealand looked for a fast run and Southey made a late statement.

New Zealand took the lead in the first innings with 41 carries after dismissing Pakistan for 408 points, then chair umpires Alex Werf and Aleem Dar took center stage after lunch.

After successfully tipping Worf his two legs, New Zealand leg his spinner Abrar decided in favor of his Ahmed and Henry when his judgment over Nichols (5) was overturned. , Dahl made a mistake.
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Blundell also managed to overturn a lbw decision before scoring, being dropped just before tea by wicketkeeper Sarfaraz Ahmed. Sarfaraz also dropped Bracewell just after finishing the half-century and missed a punch on Daryl Mitchell just before the New Zealand Declaration.

Latham’s stand of the century and Kane Williamson (41) gave New Zealand a lead of 155 runs before Pakistan struck three times for 14 runs.

Latham was brilliantly snapped by Abrar, who flicked a low, square-legged left catch to break a menacing 114-run stance.

After wasting two ratings against his former captain twice before lunch, Williamson followed when Abrar finally lbwed him.

Hasan Ali made his first test since July but nullified his first wicket when Nichols misjudged a train firing and was caught en route. Latham overwhelmed Spinner with a sweeping shot and scored 11 boundaries. He survived a mid-century chance when Babar Azam dropped a difficult catch at midwicket.

Earlier, Devon Conway had his eye on the Golden Duck before Latham and Williamson led New Zealand 76–1 by lunchtime with 117 runs in total.

Fast left-arm bowler Hamza picked up his first Test wicket for the first time in four years when he rolled the first ball cleanly as it went left-handed after cutting off Conway’s padding and hit the stub. rice field.

Hamza was wicketless in the first Test of the draw last week after being recalled for the first time since 2018. Williamson and Latham patiently paced the course on what appeared to be a good hitting course.

Leg spinner Sodhi (3-95) took Pakistan’s first innings when he caught No. 11 Abrar, who he handled in one over. Left-arm spinner Ajaz Patel made it 3-88 for him. Pakistan lost his final five wickets for 23 runs.

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