The connection with spinner Yasir Shah had 5 gates on the third day of the Abu Dhabi test. Pacer Hasan Ali, who has taken one of the last four days of ice, New Zealand, who is on the road to the lead, has just stopped. In the two rounds, they were sent for 249 rounds.
In the first half, Pakistan won a lead of 74 rounds with a goal of 176 in the last halves. They finished the third day on Sunday with 37 rounds without a wicket. Pakistan needs 139 rounds with all the ice.
New Zealand started the day with 56 rounds for 1 hole Jit Raval and Kane Williamson could not pull too much, even if they started well. Yasir returns to Williamson for 37 rounds.
Hassan gave a big kick to the Kiwis. The Pacer returned to Raval and Taylor in one. New Zealand 4 for 108 rounds
Henry Nicholls and BJ Watling have once again regained control of New Zealand there. Duo's pair has gone through the century, and the Kiwi leadership has continued to grow. Both passed on Fifty.
But after the tea break, Yasir and Hassan changed everything like bhojabajee. Jesse Ryder broke the 55-day beating and added 112 rounds. Watling, who scored 59 rounds, returned afterwards.
Hassan's pictures to the lower order of Last New Zealand, just before 250 rounds of 4 gates, They lost with 9 rounds on the last 6 gates.
Hashan had 5 wins for 45 rounds, the first five gates in the test. Yasir had 5 wins in 31 tests 14 times.
Imam Haq and Mohammad Hafeez managed to save the day safely after they struck to run. Targeted by Pakistan
New Zealand First innings: 153
Pakistan first: 227
New Zealand 2 minutes of play: 100.4 over 249 (previous day 56/1) (Raval 46, Williams 37, Taylor 19, Nicholas 55, Watling 59, D Grandhom 3, Sodhi 18, Wagner 0, Ejaz 6, Bolt; 31, Hasan 5/45, Yasir 5/110, Harris 0/12, Bilal 0/43, Hafeez 0/4).
Pakistan: (target 176) 37/0 in 7 overs (Imam 25 *, Hafeez 8 *).