PAKvsNZ – The game for the second day of the last series of the three-match series against Pakistan and New Zealand continues. New Zealand’s total innings collapsed to 274 runs New Zealand started playing at 229 for seven on the first day and the entire team could not advance beyond 274 runs. In the first innings, Pakistan’s legendary spinner Yasir Shah had a chance to make a world record, but he missed the moment. Bilal Asif jumped five wickets from Pakistan.
New Zealand’s wicketkeeper batsman BJ Watling returned to the knot without making 77 runs. New Zealand had the eighth shock in the form of William Somerville on the second day. Bilal Asif bolder Somerville. The eighth wicket dropped to 254 runs. After that the score reached 272 runs and Bilal Asif dismissed Ejaz Patel.
The last wicket also went into Bilal Asif’s account and he completed his five wickets in Trent Boult. Yasir Shah did not get a single wicket on the second day of the match, on the first day he took three wickets.
Yasir Shah’s world record is just 2 wickets away
Yasir Shah, who has played his 33rd Test, has 198 wickets now and is very close to breaking the world record of getting 200 wickets in 36 Test matches of Australian leg-spinner Clarrie Grimmett. Grimmett achieved this feat in 1936. The leg-spinner of Pakistan, on the first day of the match, opened up the opener Vijay Rawal (45) to LBW, and then, on the next ball, Ross Taylor (zero) scribbled. He also bounced Henry Nicholas (A) to bold.