Pakistani killer Yasir Shah has only maintained in New Zealand 90 races, the best 8-41 career figures on Monday, on the third day of the second test.
Six New Zealand battalions weakened ducks, along with Captain Kane Williamson, 28.
The Pakistani, following three games, began to kick 1-0 after 328 massive races.
New Zealand went 1-61 but lost nine Wickets against Shah in 29 stairs, with only 35.3 notes during the rest of the lunch break.
Shah pulled out a sharp recipe and shifted it from the wicket in the five shipments, claiming three more tokens before the last meal.
The lawyer killed four wickets later, B.J. With Watling, Colin de Grandhomme caught his leg before Hasan Ali.
Unusual rains began in Dubai, an hour before, in quarterfold, New Zealand began again on the 0-24.
Fast bowlers Mohammad Abbas and Hasan both opened up with their awesome and handsome enthusiasts before Shah caught first.
Asad Shafiq sheds a slight drop in the second lap of Hasan's kick-off, leaving Jeet Raval (31) out of 17 points.
But Pakistan did not increase long-term hope for the Raval to the left, while trying to find a reverse handwritten on Shah.
After Shah's triple strike, New Zealand collapses before lunch.
Tom Latham (22), suddenly getting a double image, approached the wicket of Imam-ul-Haq next to his leg.
Ross Taylor's fight continued in the series, a ball later, wearing a ball full of sharp Shah's leg.
Shah also bowled left Nichols in New Zealand leaving problems to eat deeply at 4-63.
Then he crossed the middle order and threw the tail with his bend over to Pakistan to match three games.
New Zealand won the first test on the four stairs, when it was capitalized on 171 stopovers in Pakistan, at the target of 176 races.
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