Pakistan's Shah fastest to 200 Test scalps

Pakistan's Shah fastest to 200 Test scalps

Pakistan's Shah fastest to 200 Test scalps

New Zealand, resuming at 26 for 2 on Thursday, fell to 37 for 3 after Yasir removed Somerville and were still needing 37 runs to make Pakistan bat again.

He took 12 wickets in that 2-0 series win over Australia in United Arab Emirates in 2014 and followed that with 15 against New Zealand in a 1-1 draw the same year.

New Zealand have consolidated their fourth position in the MRF Tyres ICC Test Team Rankings following the conclusion of their three-Test series in the UAE, which their series win by 2-1.

This was hugely significant for New Zealand, who so rarely win series of three tests or more away from home. Beating Pakistan in their backyard is very tough.

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The Test rankings will next be updated at the conclusion of the two-Test series between New Zealand and Sri Lanka.

Pakistan were off to a disastrous start when Mohammad Hafeez, in his last innings before he retires from Test cricket, was bowled by fast bowler Tim Southee for eight.

He struck twice in his first four balls and was on a hat-trick, nicking off left-hander Haris Sohail to a juggling Ross Taylor before Asad Shafiq got a faint glove and BJ Watling held on down the leg side.

The two have added 52 runs for the fifth wicket but Nicholls was lucky to overturn a leg-before decision off Yasir on nine, and survived two other appeals.

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Skipper Kane Williamson was batting on a pugnacious 55 for his 29th fifty - and second in the match - and with him Henry Nicholls unbeaten on a chancy 20, as New Zealand led by 36 runs with six wickets intact.

If Kane Williamson was New Zealand's obvious saviour; Will Somerville was the most unlikely enforcer. When Williamson departed on the first ball of the final day, for 139, Nicholls pushed on, playing aggressively as he brought up his third test century.

Pakistan s Babar Azam top-scored with 51.

For Pakistan, the only moment of joy came when leg-spinner Yasir Shah dismissed Somerville to complete 200 Test wickets and that too in the fastest time.

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