NZ Reeling At 147 For 8 In Dunedin Test Against PakFiery bowling by Mohammad Asif and Mohammad Aamir brought Pakistan back in the game as new Zealand were reeling on 147 runs for eight wickets at stumps on the fourth day of the first Test
Fiery bowling by Mohammad Asif and Mohammad Aamir brought Pakistan back in the game as new Zealand were reeling on 147 runs for eight wickets at stumps on the fourth day of the first Test match on Friday.
However, New Zealand have an overall lead by 244 runs by the virtue of the first innings lead of 97 runs.
Earlier in the morning, Pakistan resumed their first innings at 307 for eight wickets but could add only 25 runs and all out for 332.
For New Zealand, Shane Bond captured five wickets.
The Kiwis began their second innings with a good lead of 97 runs but they lost their early two wicket without making any score as young fast bowler Mohammad Aamir dismissed Martin Guptill and Daniel Flynn for nought.
Later, Ross Taylor and McIntosh tried to repair the damage and made together 87 runs for the third wicket before Taylor was brilliantly run out by Khurram Manzoor.
Then, wickets began to fall at regular intervals and when the play abandoned due to rain the Kiwis were 147 runs for the loss of eight wickets.
Asif claimed four and Aamir took two wickets while Umar Gul got one wicket. Saturday is the last day of the match.