ABU DHABI: Pakistan bowling assault disrupted New Zealand batting line-up on 274 on the second day of the decisive Check in Abu Dhabi right this moment.
New Zealand began batting at 229-7 as leg-spinner Yasir Shah eyed the world report of quickest 200 Check wickets.
Shah, who took three wickets on the primary day to take his complete to 198 in what’s his 33rd Check, is simply two wickets quick to Australian leg-spinner Clarrie Grimmett’s 200 in 36 Assessments, made 82 years in the past.
Kiwi skipper Williamson and wicketkeeper Watling remained top-scorers with 89 and 77 (not-out) respectively.
Spinner Bilal Asif and Yasir Shah took 5 and three wickets apiece to limit New Zealand to 274 earlier than the lunch break.
Pakistan has began batting with Imam ul Haq and Muhammad Hafeez opening the batting line-up for inexperienced shirts.