Virat’s staunch opponent roared as soon as he left the captaincy, scored a century against Pakistan


New Zealand has given a befitting reply in the Karachi Test against Pakistan.
In response to 438 runs, 440 runs were scored for 6 wickets on the third day.

new Delhi. These days the batsmen of the foreign team are on fire on the tour of Pakistan cricket team. First England and now New Zealand batsmen have taken the news of the bowlers of the host team fiercely. In the first match of the two-match Test series being played in Karachi, the former New Zealand captain scored a century. The amazing thing is that after leaving the captaincy, he came out to play the first innings and played such a brilliant innings. In the first final of the World Test Championship, Kane defeated Virat Kohli and broke his dream of becoming the champion. The better friends the two are off the field, the more staunch opponents they are inside.

The two-match Test series between Pakistan and New Zealand is to be played in Karachi. After winning the toss in the first match, Pakistan captain Babar Azam chose to bat first. The team scored 438 runs in the first innings against New Zealand. Captain Babar scored 161 runs while Agha Salman scored an inning of 103 runs while scoring a maiden century. Tim Saudi took 3 wickets against Pakistan while Ejaz Patel, Michael Bracewell and Ish Sodhi took 2-2 wickets.

Amazing innings from former New Zealand captain

Kane Williamson, who gave up the Test captaincy just before visiting Pakistan, scored a century on the third day of the Karachi Test. This stalwart, who completed 50 runs in 100 balls with the help of 7 fours, touched the figure of 100 by hitting 11 fours in 206 balls. This was Williamson’s 25th Test century while it was his 5th Test century.

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