PAK vs NZ: New Zealand annihilate Pakistan, win second Test by an innings and 176 runs

New Zealand sit at the highest point of the ICC Test Team rankings after Christchurch win

Pakistan bowled out for a hapless 186 runs

Kylie Jameson takes six wicket to trigger a Pakistan batting breakdown

Pakistan were bowled out for a humble 186 sudden spikes in demand for Wednesday as New Zealand whipped the green shirts by an innings and 176 rushes to go 2-0 up in the Test arrangement.

Jamieson took three of the four wickets to fall after lunch as Pakistan went to tea on day four in Christchurch at 134 for seven, requiring a further 228 races to make New Zealand bat once more.

The 2.3 meter (6ft 8in) Jamieson had figures of six for 38 to go with his five for 69 in the primary innings to turn into the main bowler to take in excess of 10 wickets in a Test at Hagley Oval.

Despite the fact that he is the lesser individual from a speed assault headed by higher-positioned veterans Tim Southee and Trent Boult, the 26-year-old Jamieson has quickly progressed to assuming a senior job.

Presently in his 6th Test in the wake of making his presentation against India 10 months back, Jamieson has taken 35 wickets and has four five-wicket takes amazingly.

At the point when Pakistan continued the day at one down for eight, and expecting to bat for the majority of two days to rescue a draw, Boult took the main wicket when he had nightwatchman Mohammad Abbas out for three in the fifth over.

From that point forward it has been about Jamieson, who eliminated Abid Ali for 26 to go with his excusal of Shan Masood the past night and Pakistan were 69 for three at lunch.

In a powerful center meeting, Jamieson had Haris Sohail and Azhar Ali got behind, and bowled Pakistan skipper Mohammad Rizwan to have the sightseers at 98 for six.

Sohail didn’t get his feet going as he jabbed at a rising conveyance on 15, the best score on the thing has been a frustrating visit for the left-hander.

Azhar had endeavored to return the battle to Jamieson, moving into a short conveyance and getting it through mid-on for four as he progressed to 37.

The limit obviously infuriated the goliath and in his after finished, without Azhar adding a further run, Jamieson made a ball back up towards the ribs and it was gloved to the wicketkeeper.

Rizwan was bowled for 10 by a full conveyance as Jamieson worked through his varieties to create an inswinger that zoomed among bat and cushion.

Boult returned for his second wicket of the day when he excused Fawad Alam for 16, leaving Faheem Ashraf not out 21 and Zafar Gohar yet to score at tea.

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