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Abu Dhabi Test: Pakistan lost 5 wickets in pursuit of 280 runs

Abu Dhabi Test: Pakistan lost 5 wickets in pursuit of 280 runs

Abu Dhabi Test Pakistan lost 5 wickets in pursuit of 280 runs
Abu Dhabi Test: Pakistan lost 5 wickets in pursuit of 280 runs

ABU DHABI: Pakistan lost five wickets in the pursuit of 280 runs by New Zealand, after which after the third and final test, the black fast scored five wickets in Abu Dhabi on Friday in his second innings 353-7. The

Pakistan has at least 79 overs to reach the target.

Pakistan defeated Mohammad Hafeez in the second innings after the innings when he returned to the baseline after scoring eight runs in his final test.

Then Harry Saul (9) and Asad Shafiq (0) became the victim of both of New Zealand's first Williams with.

Azhar Ali left for the fifth innings by Collin de Grandmum, and Imam ul Haq left Pakistan at 55-5 for lunch at 22 runs.


Pakistan players announced Mohammad Hafeez match between Pakistan and New Zealand on December 7, 2018, in the last day of the third and final Test match in Shaikh Zaid International Cricket Stadium in Abu Dhabi. Photo: AFP
Earlier in the day, Can-Williamson did not make his own innings in 139 for 139, while New Zealand declared 126 runs for 126 runs after declaring Huner Nicholas unbeaten.

Leone spinner Yasir Shah finished 4-129, scoring 29 wickets for the series.

Pakistan needs to score the third Test match and score 280 runs in 79 overs in the series, as Henry Nickell was unbeaten on 126 runs with Tim South on 15 runs.

Kennedy, however, New Zealand captain Friday, declared Friday as the first victim of Hassan Ali in the first separate session.

After New Zealand, Colonne de Grandeur and BJ Watling, thanked Eser Shah before William Williams pointing his sons back to the dressing room.

The teams have been banned from 1-1 in three-match series.

New Zealand won the initial Test of four in Abu Dhabi, Pakistan won victory in the first Test in two matches with Dubai and 16 runs.


Abu Dhabi Test: Pakistan lost 5 wickets in pursuit of 280 runs

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