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New Zealand Won the 1st Test Match Against Pakistan


New Zealand team won the first test match again Pakistan by 101 runs today. Love New Zealand become the first number 1 test team in the world after winning the match against Pakistan in the ICC test Championship New Zealand now leading all the team and number one team in ICC test Championship points table. Kane Williamson become the player of the match, he score 129 run in the first innings and 21 runs in the second innings and play a important role to win the match for the New Zealand.
Pakistan in five well but in last two words that got the wicket of machine Shah in the dramatically situation. Mohammad Rizwan and what Alam made a strong partnership but after falling both set batsman tailender players wickets falling with the time a New Zealand win the first test match series and lead the series bye 1-0.
Not even a broken toe could stop New Zealand’s pace attack dominating day three of the first Test against Pakistan Monday, but their efforts to quickly wrap up the innings were slowed by Mohammad Rizwan and Faheem Ashraf’s late century stand. As intermittent showers and an unseasonal hail storm disrupted proceedings at Mount Maunganui, the Black Caps’ pace foursome took five for 50 in the first two sessions before Pakistan rallied to be all out for 239 at stumps, still 192 in arrears.

Fawad Alam’s century on the 5th in the 1st Test against New Zealand could not save Pakistan from defeat. Although he fight well but had luck to pakistan team who lost match just couple of overs  before draw. New Zealand defeated the visiting team by 101 runs to take a 1-0 lead in the series.

On the 5th day of the Mount Manga  Test, Pakistan started their second incomplete innings with Azhar Ali (34) and Fawad Alam (21). Azhar Ali was dismissed for 38 after adding just four runs to his previous day’s score. Fawad Alam scored a century in Test cricket 11 years later, the second century of his career. His century included 14 fours. Fawad Alam had earlier scored a century against Sri Lanka in his Test debut in July 2009. A 165-run partnership was formed between Mohammad Rizwan and Fawad Alam, after which Mohammad Rizwan also hit a 60 off Jameson’s ball. BW out, Fawad Alam played a great innings of 102 runs and fell victim to Neil Wagner.
Yasir Shah returned to the pavilion without scoring a run while Faheem Ashraf was dismissed for 19. Muhammad Abbas’s resistance was limited to just one run. It is believed that New Zealand scored 431 in their first innings in response. The Pakistani team was bowled out for 239 in the first innings. The hosts declared the second innings at 180 for five and gave Pakistan a target of 374 for victory.