In Abu Dhabi Test, 272 runs on New Zealand’s four wickets

In Abu Dhabi Test, 272 runs on New Zealand's four wickets

LAHORE – On fourth day of third Test match in Abu Zhabi, Abu Dhabi, New Zealand, played a game with 26 runs at the loss of two wickets in the second innings today. In the beginning of the match, Pakistan’s spin bowler Yasir Shah dropped Somer Wali out to New Zealand’s third player. And so, they broke the 82-year-old record of getting the fastest 200 wickets in the test matches.

New Zealand had to face fourth loss in Taylor, which Shahin Shah Afridi did out. New Zealand had to lose four wickets for the total score of 60. After this, New Zealand captain Ken Williamson and Nicolas took the responsible batting while taking their team’s score to 272

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New Zealand’s partnership contributed 212 runs. By the end of the game, Williamson 139 and Nicholas 60 were present on the cries. Shahine Afridi and Yasir Shah out of two two outfits. So, New Zealand has got the lead of 198 runs against Pakistan. The New Zealand team has been scoring the chances of getting scored between the two teams. In the first innings of the third test, in reply to 274 runs in the first innings, Pakistan’s team got 348 runs.

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