NEW ZEALAND VS PAKISTAN DAY 2 2ND TEST-New Zealand skipper Kane Williamson made 112* against Pakistan in the 1st innings of 2nd test at Hagley Oval, Christchurch on Monday, January 4th. Williamson’s 24h century and Nicholls’s 89* assisted Kiwis to finish the day at 286 runs with the loss of 3 wickets in 85 overs.
Who scored the most number of runs for New Zealand on day 2?
Kane Williamson scored an unbeaten 112 off 175 balls. He has been scoring runs since the West Indies series. In the last 2 matches, he averaged 200.5. Henry Nicholls has also continued to impress, ending the day with 89* off 186 balls. Opener Tom Latham supported with 33 runs in the beginning.
Who bagged the most number of wickets on day 2?
Afridi, Abbas, and Faheem bagged 1 wicket respectively. Abbas was most economical on day 2 with 1.9 economy (1/37 in 20 overs). Once again Pakistan bowlers couldn’t dominate Kiwis, their tussle is on.
Match summary-NEW ZEALAND VS PAKISTAN DAY 2 2ND TEST
|Pakistan 1st innings||New Zealand 1st innings|
|297/10 O:83.5||288/3 O:85|
|Azhar- 93 (172)||Williamson- 112* (175)|
|Rizwan- 61 (71)||Nicholls- 89* (186)|
|Jamieson- 69/5 O: 21||Abbas- 1/37 O:20|
|Southee- 2/61 O:23||Afridi- 1/45 O:19|
New Zealand is 11 runs behind.