Friday , March 5 2021

Shah puts Pak to the series



Under Yasir Shah, he got his first position, following a six-meter track, Pakistan won in New Zealand one innings and 16 races in Dubai's second test, on Tuesday 1-1.

At the age of 32, 41 were on Monday, 41, 6 were second on Friday, 143, and played 14 and 184 games.

New Zealand – after dropping out in the 90s, it was frozen in the next 312 positions after the fourth day after tea.

"I learned yesterday (about Imran Khan's record), that's why my name will come with it," said Yasir.

"I am not surprised at all, especially as the bidding and bouncing riders have done. We put the first test we did after our mess and set up the series."

Yasir's figures have been Pakistan's second best test in Pakistan, and former captain and current Prime Minister Imran Khan. At the age of 116 116 116 Sri Lankan people were killed in Lahore in 1982.

One of your Pakistani champions in New Zealand has also won Waqar Younis's 12th in 130th in Faisalabad.

Half-pacer Hasan Ali was also the best at 3 and 46, when he was rewarded for losing his first test in Abu Dhabi in the last four-tenths of Pakistan.

There were 131 repeats for the 2nd and 197 more needed to return to Pakistan. The battles of New York, led by Ross Taylor (82), Henry Nicholls (77) and Tom Latham (50), the Pakistani peasants were punching for bowlers.

Nicholls started the rumor and led Pakistani blends to Pakistan, 52 at the 52nd junction with Taylor and 57 BJ Watling in fifth place.

They were brave Nicholls booths, but when Kane Williamson was later adopted, the first rounds were played in the first rounds, losing 10 winners in New Zealand in 40 races with 14 goals.

"We're getting better in the second innings," Williams said. "Yesterday's session, Yasir put pressure on us and put the ball in the right places in the 90th minute. The first small innings has been a completely factor. "

The end came quickly as Yasir received the last two wickets of four ball spaces.

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Pakistan: First innings for 418 for 5 statements.

NEW ZEALAND: First innings 90

NEW ZEALAND: Second innings 312 (Latham 50, Williamson 30, Taylor 82, Nicholls 77, Watling 27; Hasan 3-46, Yasir 6-143)

Result: Pakistan won innings and 16 runs and 3 consecutive 1-1 games.

Player-of-the-game: Yasir Shah.


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