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NEW ZEALAND VS PAKISTAN 2ND TEST DAY 2-WILLIAMSON’S 129 HELPED NEW ZEALAND TO AMASS 431 RUNS IN 1ST INNINGS

Kiwi skipper Kane Williamson continued his golden form with a patient hundred (129 off 297 balls) on day 2 of the 1st test against Pakistan at Bay Oval, Mount Maunganui. Kane’s century consisted of 12 fours and 1 six. New Zealand vs Pakistan 2nd test day 2 was good for the NZ team.

How many runs did the New Zealand score on day 2?

New Zealand scored 208 runs with the loss of 7 wickets in 68 overs. In the 1st innings, New Zealand amassed 431 runs.

Which batsman made the most number of runs for New Zealand?

Captain Williamson made a brilliant hundred 129 off 297 balls. Henry Nicholls scored 56 runs at number 5 to pressurize Pakistan. Wicket-keeper batsman BJ Watling also contributed to the team with 73 runs. 

Who bagged the most number of wickets for Pakistan on day 2?

On day 2 Yasir Shah got (3/113) wickets after being wicketless on day 1. Abbas, Faheem, Naseem, and Shaheen bagged one wicket respectively. Overall Shaheen returned with 4/109 in the 1st innings. Pakistan’s bowling was better than day 1. They took 7 wickets for 208 runs on day 2. 

Pakistan’s batting on New Zealand vs Pakistan 2nd test day 2

Pakistan batted for only 20 overs on day 2. Their score was 30-1 at the end of the day. Lanky fast bowler Kyle Jamieson gave New Zealand the first breakthrough, sent Masood back with a short pitch delivery on the leg stump. Abid scored unbeaten 19 before the day was called off. 

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