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PESHAWAR, November 21: The ongoing second test match between Pakistan and New Zealand that is being played in Dubai has entered into an interesting phase.

The New Zealand team scored 403 runs in the first innings, while Pakistani team have scored 393 runs so far.

The Pakistani wicketkeeper, Mr Sarfaraz Ahmed, has hit 112 runs and he is in the partnership of 180 runs with Mr Rahat Ali by now.

In the course of second innings, the New Zealand batsmen seem helpless before Pakistani spin-bowlers and have scored 180 runs by the loss of 6 wickets till the fourth day.

Each of the Pakistani players, Mr Zulfiqar Babar and Mr Yasir Shah, took three wickets, respectively.

Today, being the last day of the Test match, the cricket professionals predict that Pakistan would easily meet the target by hitting the remaining wickets of New Zealand.

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