Pakistan and New Zealand draw first Test in Karachi

By: AFP
Published: 05:49 PM, 30 Dec, 2022
Pakistan and New Zealand draw first Test in Karachi
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Karachi, PakistanCRICKETPAKNZLPakistan and New Zealand on Friday drew the first Test of their two-match series in Karachi.

Scores: Pakistan 438 and 311-8 dec (Imam-ul-Haq 96, Saud Shakeel 55 n.o.; Ish Sodhi 6-86). New Zealand 612-9 dec and 61-1.

Pakistan vs New Zealand 1st Test scoreboard

Scoreboard after Pakistan's second innings on the fifth and final day of the first Test against New Zealand on Friday at the National Stadium in Karachi:

Pakistan 1st innings 438 (Babar Azam 161, Agha Salman 103; Tim Southee 3-69)

New Zealand 1st innings 612-9 dec (K. Williamson 200 not out, T. Latham 113, D. Conway 92; Abrar Ahmed 5-205)

Pakistan 2nd innings (overnight 77-2)

Abdullah Shafique c sub (Phillips) b Bracewell   17

Imam-ul-Haq st Blundell b Sodhi                          96

Shan Masood lbw b Sodhi                                     10

Nauman Ali lbw b Bracewell                                  4

Babar Azam lbw b Sodhi                                        14

Sarfaraz Ahmed c Blundell b Sodhi                       53

Agha Salman b Sodhi                                              6

Saud Shakeel not out                                             55

Mohammad Wasim lbw Sodhi                            43

Mir Hamza not out                                                3

Extras (b8, nb2)                                                     10

Total (for eight wkts dec, 104 overs)               311

Fall of wickets: 1-47 (Shafique), 2-71 (Masood), 3-82 (Nauman), 4-100 (Azam), 5-185 (Sarfaraz), 6-205 (Salman), 7-206 (Haq), 8-277 (Wasim)

Did not bat: Abrar Ahmed

Bowling: Southee 15-5-39-0, Patel 24-2-89-0, Bracewell 25-5-82-2, Sodhi 37-11-86-6 (1nb), Wagner 3-0-7-0 (1nb)

Toss: Pakistan

Umpires: Alex Wharf (ENG) and Aleem Dar (PAK)

TV umpire: Ahsan Raza (PAK)

Match referee: Muhammad Javed Malik (PAK)

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