PAKISTAN IN NEW ZEALAND, 2018
Cricbuzz Staff •
Pakistani teams have combined well and become their day © AFP
If you sell a similar cricket test style to the United Arab Emirates, Abu Dhabi was today a glorious disappointment. Again. 12 tickets fell on the opening day of the first test between Pakistan and New Zealand, given that the share of the left was due to the new Zeland pleasure of 153. The behavior was not only that the smallest number of initial initiations were at this point; It was also in the fact that New Zealand reached the highest point after the first time decided on the beauty of what looked like the most prominent tickets on the first day.
Cain Williams set aside for New Zealand at the 27th semifinals in the Test cricket, holding one end tense, while the rest to the visitors struggling to get out in sync between the length of the delivery and the leg. Iasir Shah and Mohammad Abbas reduced New Zealand to 39 points to 3 in the first session, when Villiamson joined Henry Nichollse to make the 72-hour opening stand, the culmination that opened the door and saw the visitors losing their last seven career for 42 running.
It's completely ironic, everything started on an evil note for Pakistan. New Zealand opponents Tom Latham and Jeet Raval forced Sarfraz Ahmed to turn to Bilal Asifa's bin as early as 8, but Abbas, during the extended week, delivered the first breakthrough just before a panic could enter. who woke up in the blooming fourth career, stood with a second unconfirmed error from Nicholls, who testified that New Zealand was losing seven.
Hasan Ali laid down Nichollo's shift with applause, picked two wickets in two balls to send Williamsson and Colin de Grandhomme back to the pavilion. As Williamson entered the coming short ball to the goalkeeper, de Grandhomme was captured by LBV with the next ball, thanks to a batch of deliveries from Hasan. From the field that is now helping in a significant turn, Bilal Asif and Haris Sohail were also among the knights and combined to select three tickets.
Iasir Shah finished with three cards, while Abbas, Ali, Sohail finished with two points on their third team at the Australian Bowling Sharks – 145 and 164 in Abu Dhabi.
Pakistan was cautious with a stick against New Zealand, who preferred Neil Wagner over Team Southee, which means that Colin de Grandhomme opened a bowling alley alongside Trent Boult. De Grandhomme, however, did not disappoint and draw the outer edge of Imam-ul-Hak to give the first breakthrough. Mohamed Hafeez, boring fast with four borders, fell on a good time, shot from Boult to a short midfielder.
Two early tickets were seen by Pakistan to lift them. Azhar Ali and Haris Sohail then teamed up to play 87 deliveries in a key position of 32 runs that saw Pakistan on safer shores on an unambiguous day.
Brief Scores: new Zealand 153 (Kane Villiamson 63; Iasir Shah 3-54, Haris Sohail 2-11, Mohammad Abbas 2-13, Hasan Ali 2-38) leads Pakistan (Haris Sohail 22 *, Mohamed Hafeez 20, Colin de Grandhomme 1-17, Trent Boult 1-20) for 94 journeys