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The ongoing first match between Pakistan and New Zealand has seen many thrilling moments. Are from Babar Azam161 kills Kane WilliamsonDual Century Fifth Test, fans witnessed all the action in Karachi. The match also marked the return of the former captain of Pakistan Sarfaraz Ahmed into the team, and he scored 86 runs in the first inning. However, a strange incident occurred in the second half of New Zealand which caused Pakistan to take 5 penalties.
In the 161st inning of New Zealand’s second half, Nauman Ali served the ball to Williamson, who slipped the glove of batting keeper Sarfaraz Ahmed and hit his helmet, which was behind. The ball crosses the line and New Zealand is awarded 5 penalties.
Coming into the match, Kane Williamson’s double unbeaten record gave New Zealand an edge over Pakistan on day four of the Test’s opening series, with the visitors claiming a 612-9 win in their first inning. in Karachi.
The former captain used his luck to give the Black Hats a 174-run lead as they struggled for a result in the Test that looked like it was headed for a draw and took charge of a two-match series .
Williamson hit 200 with a single spinner Abrar Ahmedhit the ball for ten hours and crossed 21 boundaries and six in one inning, helping him overturn two decisions before the first leg on 13 and 116.
He also survived two falls from the Nauman Ali gyro on the 15th and 21st.
Continuing on June 440, Williamson and Ish Sodhi challenged Pakistan’s bowling in the first session as the pair raised the total to 595 before their seventh rack broke.
Sodhi beat Ahmed at 65 to improve on his previous best, which was also against Pakistan in Abu Dhabi in 2018.
With AFP input
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