Christchurch Fast bowler Kyle Jamieson took five wickets in the innings for the second time in the match, which led New Zealand to a win here on Wednesday on the fourth day of the second Test cricket match. After trailing by 362 runs in the first innings, Pakistan had scored 134 for seven at the break till the fourth day, and still needed 228 runs to avoid defeat of the innings.
New Zealand declared first innings on 659 runs
In response to Pakistan’s first innings run of 297, New Zealand declared their first innings ended at 659 for six wickets. Jameson, who took five wickets for 69 runs in the first innings, has taken five wickets for 33 runs in the second innings. In this way, he has taken 10 wickets for 102 runs in the match. This is the first time in his six Test match career while he took 10 wickets in the match.
Jamieson got success
Jameson was primarily considered a batsman who bowled occasionally, but he worked on his bowling and troubled rival teams because of his ability to bounce on New Zealand pitches. Jameson took the wicket of Shaan Masood on the third day in Pakistan’s second innings. Pakistan started playing in the morning by eight runs for one wicket.
Pakistan backward in Tests
Trent Boult dismissed Knightwatchman Mohammed Abbas (three) after which Jamieson sent Abid Ali (26) to the pavilion before lunch and Haris Sohail (15), Azhar Ali (37) and Pakistan captain Mohammad Rizwan (10) got second. Out in session. Bolt showed Fawad Alam (16) the path of the pavilion just before the tee break. New Zealand won the first Test match by 101 runs.