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Abu Dhabi test; Pakistan scored 59 runs for 2 wickets at the end of the game

Abu Dhabi test; Pakistan scored 59 runs for 2 wickets at the end of the game

Abu Dhabi test; Pakistan scored 59 runs for 2 wickets at the end of the game
Abu Dhabi test; Pakistan scored 59 runs for 2 wickets at the end of the game

Abu Dhabi: Pakistan scored 59 runs at the loss of 2 wickets on the first day of Abu Dhabi's test.

In the first Test of three Test matches between Pakistan and New Zealand, KV captains won the toss and decided to bat first, in spite of the stunning bowling of national bowlers, the entire team of New Zealand scored only 153 runs.

New Zealand wins the opening of Rawalpindi, and Tom Latham, but opener could not perform specially and both opener Pelin returned to the total score of 35 runs, shortly after Ross Taylor scored 2 runs and Yasser Shah's ball On the back of the wicket, Sarfraz's got out.

Kiwi captain Ken William Sun completed half-century and made 63 runs, but after the captain's outfit, the middle order of New Zealand could not stand for the longest time and the entire team just 153 runs returned to Napoleon.

In reply, Pakistan started an innings, while opener Al-Haq and Mohammad Hafeez went back to the total 27 of 27, Mohammad Hafeez scored 20 and Al-Haq 6 runs, today when the game ended, Azhar Ali 10 and Harris Sohail 22 Running out on the run. Pakistan will resume its first incomplete innings with 59 runs.

Pakistan's team comprises Mohammad Hafeez, Imam ul Haq, Azhar Ali, Asad Shafiq, Harris Sohail, Babar Azam, Captain Sarfraz Ahmed, Yasir Shah, Bilal Asif, Mohammad Abbas and Hasan Ali for the Test.

This year the performance of the national team was positive, defeated Ireland in a single match, in series England scored 1-1 when Australia got 0-1 in Australia over the UAE.


It is clear that before the national cricket team won the T-Twenty20 series against New Zealand, it was a 1-1 match due to raining of the One-Day series.

Abu Dhabi test; Pakistan scored 59 runs for 2 wickets at the end of the game

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