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07-Dec-2018 11:59:00 GMT
Pak v NZ - 3rd Test, Abu Dhabi, day 5

Bowlers secure New Zealand a historic series win

Abu Dhabi: Tim Southee, William Somerville and Ajaz Patel took three wickets apiece to earn New Zealand a fantastic 123-run victory over Pakistan to take the series 2-1.

After rapidly setting them an objective of 280, on account of hundreds of years from Kane Williamson and Henry Nicholls, New Zealand bolwed Pakistan out for 156 on the fifth day of the third and last Test at Abu Dhabi to win their first away arrangement against Pakistan since 1969.

Things started frightfully for Pakistan with Tim Southee taking care of business the new ball to talk. He originally drew a hurried drive from Mohammad Hafeez to second slip, where Kane Williamson – who had been expelled first bundle of the day by Hasan Ali – let it burst through his hands. Be that as it may, the New Zealand didn't need to think twice about it much, Southee motivating one to fix and disperse the resigning batsman's stumps for only 8.

Azhar Ali also was agitated by the early crease development, and feathered a scratch to the wicket-manager off Colin de Grandhomme for only five. With the quicks giving the opening, the spinners tore in.

Somerville, who had taken 4/75 in Pakistan's first innings to hold them down to 348 notwithstanding tons from Azhar and Asad Shafiq, struck two progressive hits to extremely set Pakistan back.

It was practically three for Somerville before lunch itself, when he struck Babar Azam apparently plumb in front, however a survey spared Azam as he had scratched it.

Imam ul Haq had looked great playing an all the more assaulting amusement, particularly targetting Ajaz Patel's left-arm turn. In any case, the bowler had the last chuckle, Imam getting an inside edge onto cushions for 22, bringing about a basic catch at short leg. Pakistan had been decreased to 55/5 at the stroke of lunch.

Brief scores:
New Zealand 274 (Williamson 89, Watling 77*, Bilal 5-65, Yasir 3-75) and 353 for 7 dec (Williamson 139, Nicholls 126*, Yasir 4-129) beat Pakistan 348 (Azhar 134, Shafiq 104, Somerville 4-75) and 156 (Babr 51, Ajaz 3-42, Southee 3-42, Somerville 3-52) by 123 runs

Sarfraz Ahmed and Azam hoped to play decidedly after lunch rather than basically attempting to play protectively. The methodology worked for an association of 43 keeps running until Sarfraz was swindled by Somerville for 28.

Bilal Asif never taken a gander calm, yet stuck it out for 48 conveyances to raise any desires for Pakistan rescuing the match, however Tim Southee chose to test him with short stuff, once in a while slipping in the more full one. Asif was rattled to the point that he even dodged into a length ball, and endure a lbw yell for it. Be that as it may, he at long last scratched one to the attendant.

Yasir Shah also confronted the torrent and finish edged a basic catch off another Southee short ball to short cover when attempting to hit out of inconvenience, leaving Pakistan near 30 overs to look with only two wickets close by.

All that while Azam kept on batting unequivocally and went up against the Southee short balls with splitting draw shots. He raised his fifty with a drive to cover, however offered a basic catch off Somerville to slip instantly after. Be that as it may, he attempted to go for a major hit off Patel just in a matter of seconds after the fact, just miscuing simply past mid-off, where Tim Southee kept running back to take a shocker.

Hasan Ali then miscued an endeavored trudge off Somerville to point, and New Zealand had anchored the arrangement without releasing the match into the third session.

Earlier, Williamson had been caught in front first wad of the day by Hasan Ali to succumb to his medium-term 139. Be that as it may, Colin de Grandhomme turned out and whacked a quickfire 26, including two fours and two sixes to help rapidly add heave to the lead. Nicholls, medium-term 90, moved beyond his ton and played a group of fine strokes too.

Leg-spinner Yasir Shah had evacuated de Grandhomme and Watling off progressive balls, however by then New Zealand had a considerable lead. After a Tim Southee six and a couple of all the more speedy keeps running from Nicholls, New Zealand chose to make a donning announcement less just 47 minutes into day's play, leaving Pakistan near 80 overs to get 280. It ended up being sufficient time for New Zealand to anchor an agreeable win.

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