New Zealand scored 222 runs loss of 3 wickets

The first day of the first Test match at Mount Maunganai between Pakistan and New Zealand is over. Meanwhile, due to catches drops and excellent batting from Williamson, Taylor New Zealand scored 222 runs loss of 3 wickets. Only Shaheen Shah Afridi was successful bowler and he took all three wickets.

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New Zealand scored 222 runs loss of 3 wickets

According to the details, Pakistan decided to field after winning the toss in the 1st test of series. And invited New Zealand to bat. New Zealand have scored 222 runs for the loss of three wickets at the end of the first day’s play. New Zealand’s Tom Latham and Tom Blandell started batting. But both were hit early in Shaheen Shah Afridi’s stormy balls. The New Zealand players managed to score 4 and 5. In addition, Ross Taylor took over the field and played a 70-run innings, providing great support to the team. But he too failed to score a century and hit by Shaheen Shah Afridi’s ball.

At present, New Zealand’s Ken Williamson has scored 94 runs while batting brilliantly. And will resume your game tomorrow. Henry Nichols, on the other hand, has scored 42 runs. Only Shaheen Shah Afridi took three wickets for Pakistan. Apart from him, no other bowler has been able to perform well.

Shaheen Shah Afridi Media Talk

Lahore national team fast bowler Shah Shah Afridi has said that the ball is new now and he will try to get wickets early tomorrow. The mistakes made today will not be repeated tomorrow.

Shaheen Shah Afridi said that he tried to put pressure on New Zealand with the new ball. We need to improve fielding also He said Ken Williamson batted very well. New Zealand batsmen are familiar with these conditions.

It noted there have three catches dropped day 1st from Pakistani fielders from that two of Williamson who scoring 94. From part of them two catches drop when Naseem shah was on bowling.

New Zealand scored 222 runs loss of 3 wickets

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