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Karachi: New Zealand has scored 151 runs after losing four wickets until the tea break on the fourth day of second test against the host Pakistan here at the National Stadium Karachi.
The Kivi’s lead reached to 191 runs and it has six wickets in hand. Tom Blundal made 22 runs while Mike Bracewell is on the crease by scoring 10 runs.
At the start of the day, Pakistan were dismissed for 408 after adding just one run to their overnight score, in response to New Zealand’s 449 first-innings total.
Spinner Ish Sodhi had last man Abrar Ahmed trapped leg-before for nought, leaving centurion Saud Shakeel stranded on the other end.
Shakeel was unbeaten on 125 after a marathon resistance-packed 493 minutes at the crease, hitting 17 boundaries in his maiden hundred.
Spinner Ajaz Patel finished with 3-88 and Sodhi 3-95.
The two-match series is tied after the first Test — also in Karachi — ended in a draw.
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