New Zealand were all out for 271 in their first innings on day two of the second Test against Pakistan in Hamilton on Thursday.
After going to tea at 166-8, New Zealand lost their last two wickets for five runs in 16 deliveries after the resumption. BJ Watling was left not out 49.
On Sunday, New Zealand won the first Test in the two-Test series by eight wickets, breaking a four-Test losing streak.
The victory was New Zealand’s first in their last six tests, having drawn the first match with South Africa in August before losing the second then being swept 3-0 by India in October.
“Naturally it’s tough coming off a few losses but its good to be home and the boys stepped it up and put some of those feelings of defeat behind us to play a very good test match,” Kane Williamson said in a televised interview after scoring his 24th half century that guided New Zealand to its victory.
courtesy : dawn news