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New Zealand tour of United Arab Emirates, 2nd Test: New Zealand v Pakistan at Dubai (DSC), Nov 24-27, 2018

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Pakistan 418/5 & 312/10
(167.0 Overs) RR: 2.50

New Zealand 90/10
(35.3 Overs) 2.53
Pakistan won by an innings and 16 runs
Batsman R B S.R
Ross Taylor (rhb) 82 128 64.06
Henry Nicholls (lhb) 77 187 41.17
Bowller O M R W Econ
Yasir Shah (lbg) 44.5 9 143 6 3.18
Hasan Ali (lbg) 19.0 7 46 3 2.42
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4 pm That’s that for the moment from Dubai. So many heroes in a Test match that looked like a tight contest for the first couple of days, but then one incredible spell of bowling by a virtuoso leg-spinner turned the tide in favour of Pakistan in a big way. We had rain(!!), a delayed start as a result on Day 3, but not enough to deny Yasir Shah and Pakistan, as they clawed their way back into this series, which has been well-contested right from the white-ball leg up front. More drama to come, when the third and final Test begins in Abu Dhabi on December 3. Join us then with all the live updates, and your regular dose of commentary and feedback. For the moment, this is Debayan Sen saying goodbye on behalf of the rest of our team that brought you this Test – Varun Shetty, Akshay Gopalakrishnan, Thilak Rama, M Venkat Raghav and Ranjtih P. See you around.

3.48pm Time for the presentation

Man of the Match, no prizes for guessing, is Yasir Shah: “I came to know yesterday (about Imran Khan’s record of 14 wickets). This is my first major match in Dubai after my injury. I felt my rhythm coming back, and that allowed me to mind my line and length. I haven’t bowled as well as this, especially with the pitch offering turn and bounce like it did. The attempt was to put the disappointment of the first Test behind and compete better. We just needed to keep getting wickets, and thanks to Allah that happened. I have been trying to bowl the googly, and hopefully I will get better with this.”

Kane Williamson: “We batted better in the second innings, but that session yesterday when Yasir put us under tremendous pressure and put the ball in the right areas (did us in). It’s about improving and we showed that. The wicket had aged a bit more, and getting 300 batting last was a good sign, but they did set it up with the bat. They played the conditions very nice. (The ball that dismissed him) Yeah, it was a very good delivery. He is an exceptional bowler, and it’s important we learn some lessons quickly because we will face all the bowlers again. 1-1 decider back in Abu Dhabi, important to do that.”

Sarfraz Ahmed: “We have to praise our batsmen – Azhar Ali, Haris Sohail and Babar Azam – because it was slow and not easy to score. The way they batted and set us a score that helped us. Yasir’s spell was the best that I have ever seen in my years of Test cricket. (On team talk after Abu Dhabi) The chat was that when we leave Abu Dhabi, we have to leave the mistakes made behind. The responsibility was first with the batsmen to make some runs, and they delivered. Credit must go to Yasir, and the support that Hasan and the other bowlers, for how they bowled. (On South Africa) In four Tests here, we have had different bowlers stepping up and getting better day by day. (On the decider) There’s pressure in everything, and toss matters a lot. We have to go there, see the conditions and then decide on our combination.”

Ahsan Qamar: “Do you know how long it has been since Pakistan last won a test match by an innings, provided they have been in positions to force follow on, on at least half a dozen occasions which they never did!” — Their first innings win in almost seven years, but then they didn’t bat first against Bangladesh and hence didn’t need to enforce follow-on.

Muhammed Riyas: “Even though the match was one sided for its most part, to be honest, it would not have been this interesting to watch live on TV instead following cricinfo. Well done mates, especially Debayan. Hope you will be around for the next match and other upcoming series-es as well. Thank you for your entertainment!” — The authorities should be duly informed. There’s a lot of fun guys on our ball-by-ball lineup, though. Keep enjoying and following the game πŸ™‚

Lee: “Pakistan last innings victory against England in Lahore 2005 right after famous ashes”

“After a memorable series against Australia, Abbas is now having a disastrous series against New Zealand where he first have a wicket less innings and now a wicket less match” — Happens in every team sport, Khurram. He did create pressure with his tight line and length, and Yasir Shah and Hasan Ali capitalised from the other end. That’s the right way of looking at his contribution in this game

brendan: “@nRahman: So, by an innings and four-squared, close enough.”

Ahmad Jawad : “Watching it on CRICINFO from office in TANZANIA where people dont even know about cricket i punched in ear after getting Boult wicket My Boss wasn’t Far enough either. Weldone Green Team”

Aamer: “So Yasir needs 5 to set record for 200, highly likely in next test match he can do it!!! Impressive cricket player”

Bilal Khan: “Abu Dhabi debacle? What debacle? What Abu Dhabi? *dances oppa gangam style*”

peter Codway: “Thanks for the fun commentary, A lifeline for many. goodnight from NZ.” — Cheers, hope to have your company for Abu Dhabi, which should now be a humdinger!

Awais: “Imran khan had 14 wickers in a test match. Yasir Shah now has 14 wickers in a test match.. Upcoming Prime Minister? ” — Make him captain for the 2019 World Cup as well, then, for good measure πŸ™‚

3.35pm Pakistan level the series, and it comes with an innings and 16 run win against New Zealand. Let’s not forget how the foundations of this win were set by the Pakistan batsmen in the first dig, where Haris Sohail and Babar Azam in particular showed remarkable patience and maturity to build a score with which they could come at their opponents, and from there on it was largely down to Yasir Shah. His 14 for 184 in this match is second only to the great Imran Khan’s 14 for 116 as best match figures for a Pakistan bowler. Smiles all around in the home camp, who seem to have put the Abu Dhabi debacle behind for good today!

112.5 W Yasir Shah to Boult IT’S OVER! YASIR HAS 14! Tosses this up, and Boult looks to come forward and defend, but gets a feather edge as it spins viciously past his bat and is collected by Sarfraz. Instant appeal and celebration from the bowler and his teammates, and the dreaded finger goes up as well. Eight in the first and six in the second for Yasir Shah. OUT
TA Boult c †Sarfraz Ahmed b Yasir Shah 0 (2b 0x4 0x6) SR: 0.00
112.4 0 Yasir Shah to Boult length ball, and he defends from the crease no run

Two slips and men under the helmet either side of Trent Boult

112.3 1 Yasir Shah to Patel tossed up, and Ajaz whips it away with the turn as it pitches on middle, and gets it towards midwicket 1 run
112.2 W Yasir Shah to Wagner tossed up, and he looks to sweep, and it goes in the air towards midwicket. FIVE FOR YASIR! Goes off the outside of the edge as Wagner goes for an almighty heave, and that went quite high in the air. Bowled from the back of the hand, and a good catch by Hasan Ali, sprawling away in front after running a fair distance. The sajda from Yasir, who has a chance to match Imran Khan’s 14 wickets in a match… OUT
N Wagner c Hasan Ali b Yasir Shah 10 (34b 0x4 0x6) SR: 29.41
112.1 0 Yasir Shah to Wagner tossed up, and he presses forward to defend no run

17 needed to make Pakistan bat again. The race is on…

End of Over No.112 New Zealand 311/8 Last Over (7 runs)

111.6 0 Hasan Ali to Patel fuller, and wider, and he looks to drive. Not convincing at all, but can only find mid off no run
111.5 0 Hasan Ali to Patel full ball, and beats him for pace, but he is able to just about get some bat on it. Skews into his foot, and could so easily have gone all the way to the stumps! no run

Abdullah ashfaq: “Prediction time In which match Yasir gonna complete his 200 wicket? My take 34th”

111.4 0 Hasan Ali to Patel fuller ball, and he defends from the crease no run
111.3 4 Hasan Ali to Patel length ball, and moves away a bit, and takes the outside edge on its way down to third man FOUR
111.2 0 Hasan Ali to Patel length ball, and he drops it dead at his feet no run
111.1 3 Hasan Ali to Wagner length ball, but strays on to the pads, and he flicks it gracefully through midwicket 3 runs

Faran : “I am only following the commentary here because of exams, Did hassan ali celebrate again the way he does? ” — The only one he pulled back somewhat was on the de Grandhomme wicket, but that was more to glower at the outgoing batsman. Excellent stuff!

End of Over No.111 New Zealand 304/8 Last Over (3 runs)

110.6 1 Yasir Shah to Wagner looks for the conventional sweep this time, and it balloons over Sarfraz and then eludes Asad Shafiq at leg slip! Close shave, and what an over this was! 1 run
110.5 2 Yasir Shah to Wagner pulls out the reverse paddle sweep, as the ball is pitched into the rough outside off stump 2 runs

NRahman: “Pak planning to force NZ a defeat by an innings and 4 runs exactly. So as to take revenge of the first test. Last match they fought hard but most by 4 runs , remember?” — Somebody had actually predicted that score yesterday

110.4 0 Yasir Shah to Wagner three in three, as it beats the inside edge, as Wagner stretches forward to defend a ball pitching outside off and turning back in sharply! no run
110.3 0 Yasir Shah to Wagner struck him on the pads again, as he looks for a slog sweep. Impact might have been outside off though! no run
110.2 0 Yasir Shah to Wagner length ball, straightens after pitching, and he gets behind the line to drop it dead no run
110.1 0 Yasir Shah to Wagner length ball played down the pitch no run

Micah: “If only New Zealand had played a little better in their first innings, we would be in for a cracker of a test finish again, but Pakistan have won this comfortably especially with Nicholls gone” — Blame it on Yasir Shah

End of Over No.110 New Zealand 301/8 Last Over (wicket maiden)

109.6 0 Hasan Ali to Patel length ball, straightens into him, and raps him on the pad. BIG APPEAL! No review left, though. Probably just a bit high, though Ajaz was caught in the crease no run
109.5 0 Hasan Ali to Patel length ball, outside off, and Ajaz fails to pick it as it goes through to the keeper no run
109.4 0 Hasan Ali to Patel beats the outside edge with a beautiful length ball! Ajaz looks to come forward, but doesn’t get close enough to it no run

Ajaz Patel is the new man in

109.3 W Hasan Ali to Nicholls DONE HIM IN! Length ball, and just a little bit of movement in, and creeps through the tightest of gaps between bat and pad. Nicholls stretched forward, but his feet never really got close enough to the pitch of the ball. The bat was quite far forward, and the ball goes in with the natural angle, and clips the top of off. The clearing of the throat is on… OUT
HM Nicholls b Hasan Ali 77 (187b 7×4 1×6) SR: 41.17
109.2 0 Hasan Ali to Nicholls dug in short, and again goes down the leg side. Nicholls misses with another attempted pull, and the ball dies on its way to Sarfraz, and just strikes the right of his jaw no run
109.1 0 Hasan Ali to Nicholls length ball, and he defends from the crease no run

zain: “@Taha Haider you can’t go with two leg spinners, Bilal is bowling well but just unlucky, Yesterday they drop two catches from his bowling! He needs time!!”

End of Over No.109 New Zealand 301/7 Last Over (2 runs)

108.6 0 Yasir Shah to Wagner goes back and defends a length ball no run

Change of angle now

108.5 0 Yasir Shah to Wagner looks for the flipper, off the back of the palm, and Wagner stretches forward to defend it as it pitches straight no run

Hammad Ul Hassa: “@Mushtaq! That’s the beauty of Pak bowling. They have got horses for course e & most (if not all) bases covered. Please do remeber Aus series when Abbas & Asif were among wickets andYasir was not effective.”

108.4 0 Yasir Shah to Wagner tossed up, length ball on off, and he presses forward and defends no run
108.3 0 Yasir Shah to Wagner flighted, and Wagner drives off the front foot. Stopped by mid off no run
108.2 1 Yasir Shah to Nicholls shorter in length, and he can go back and whip it away with his wrists towards square leg 1 run
108.1 1 Yasir Shah to Wagner presses forward and defends a length ball on off 1 run

“Although it’s a long way to go and possibility unlikely, would Sarfaraz be worried once they’re set a target of say around 120?” — Vinil asks. I would suggest more than Sarfraz, readers following the Pakistan team would be quite concerned if that happens

End of Over No.108 New Zealand 299/7 Last Over (2 runs)

107.6 0 Hasan Ali to Nicholls length ball, and he defends it down the pitch no run

What is it?

New Zealand tour of United Arab Emirates, 2nd Test: New Zealand v Pakistan at Dubai (DSC), Nov 24-27, 2018.

When is it?

Match will be played on Nov 24, 2018.

What time does it start?

Starting time of match 2018-11-24 06:00:00 GMT, 2018-11-24 10:00:00 local

In Which Ground is it Playing?

The match will be played at Dubai International Cricket Stadium

Who will Win New Zealand tour of United Arab Emirates, 2nd Test: New Zealand v Pakistan ?

With ten nearly equally matched groups, the importance of every game can’t be understated in this tournament. Both sides are expected to emerge out packaged full-strength against each other in what claims to be a cracker of a competition. Contemplating that the 2 sides on newspaper,Pakistan are somewhat more power-packed unit whereas New Zealand possess the benefit of being a steady side. For this and another above-mentioned motives, we believe the Pakistan are far more likely to emerge victorious in what will be among the most crucial experiences for either side.

What TV channel is it on Live?

The following TV Channels have acquired the official Broadcast rights for ICC Cricket World Cup 2019. Check this listing to know about Where to watch CWC 2019.

  • India and Subcontinent Star Sports, DD Sports DD National (DD1)
  • United Kingdom Sky Sports
  • South Africa Super Sports
  • Pakistan PTV Sports and Ten Sports
  • Bangladesh Ghazi Tv (GTV), Maasranga & BTV
  • Australia Fox Sports
  • U.S.A Willow Tv
  • New Zealand Sky Sports
  • Canada ATN
  • Middle East and North Afirca OSN Sports Cricket HD
  • Sri Lanka SLRC (Channel Eye)
  • Caribbean ESPN
  • Hong Kong Star Cricket, Today TV App
  • Singapore Star Cricket, Star Hub Go, Singtel
  • China Fox Network Group
  • Fiji Fiji Broadcasting Corporation (FBC TV)
  • Europe, Japan ICC’s Facebook webpage
  • Malaysia Star Cricket, Astro Go
  • Afghanistan Moby TV

Score Cards

  • Bowling O M R W Econ
    Mohammad Abbas 15 7 29 0 1.93
    Hasan Ali 19 7 46 3 2.42
    Yasir Shah 44.5 9 143 6 3.18
    Mohammad Hafeez 3 1 6 0 2.00
    Bilal Asif 27 5 61 1 2.25
    Haris Sohail 4 0 16 0 4.00
  • Partnerships
    Wkt Runs Players
    1st 10 JA Raval 2 TWM Latham 5
    2nd 56 KS Williamson 30 TWM Latham 24
    3rd 80 TWM Latham 21 LRPL Taylor 57
    4th 52 LRPL Taylor 25 HM Nicholls 23
    5th 57 BJ Watling 27 HM Nicholls 30
    6th 15 C de Grandhomme 14 HM Nicholls 1
    7th 15 IS Sodhi 4 HM Nicholls 11
    8th 16 HM Nicholls 12 N Wagner 4
    9th 10 N Wagner 6 AY Patel 4
    10th 1 TA Boult 0 AY Patel 1
  • Yasir Shah 44.5-9-143-6
    v Batsman Dot 4 6 R B SR
    JA Raval stumped 6 0 0 0 6 0.00
    TWM Latham 30 2 0 16 39 41.02
    KS Williamson caught 21 3 0 21 29 72.41
    LRPL Taylor 35 4 1 50 61 81.96
    HM Nicholls 30 3 0 28 49 57.14
    BJ Watling lbw 28 1 0 15 37 40.54
    C de Grandhomme 1 0 0 3 4 75.00
    IS Sodhi bowled 11 0 0 3 12 25.00
    N Wagner caught 24 0 0 6 29 20.68
    AY Patel 0 0 0 1 1 100.00
    TA Boult caught 2 0 0 0 2 0.00
  • Batting R B 4 6
    JA Raval stumped 2 23 0 0
    TWM Latham caught wk 50 158 4 0
    KS Williamson caught wk 30 41 3 0
    LRPL Taylor caught 82 128 7 1
    HM Nicholls bowled 77 187 7 1
    BJ Watling lbw 27 65 2 0
    C de Grandhomme bowled 14 13 2 0
    IS Sodhi bowled 4 17 0 0
    N Wagner caught 10 34 0 0
    AY Patel not out 5 9 1 0
    TA Boult caught wk 0 2 0 0
    Extras (b 9, lb 2) 11
    Total (all out; 112.5 ovs) 312
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    Sports Event
    ​2nd Test New Zealand vs Pakistan

    Dubai International Cricket Stadium,
    Dubai,Dubai (DSC),UAE
    Starting on
    Nov 24, 2018
    Ending on
    Nov 27, 2018
    New Zealand tour of United Arab Emirates, 2nd Test: New Zealand v Pakistan at Dubai (DSC), Nov 24-27, 2018.