Dubai Test: Kiwis go past 300

DUBAI: New Zealand went past 300 runs while they lost three wickets on the second day of the Dubai Test match on Tuesday, ARY News reports.

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The Kiwis started the second day’s play at 243/3 with Tom Latham and Corey Anderson batting at 137 runs and 7 runs respectively.

The green shirts got the first breakthrough of the day as Anderson was caught by Azhar Ali from the bowling of Ehsan Adil after making just nine runs.

Rahat Ali got his first wicket of the match as Latham was caught behind by wicket keeper Sarfaraz Ahmed after making 137 runs which comprised of eleven boundaries and a six.

James Neesham was caught by Misbah-ul-Haq from the bowling of Yasir Shah after making just 17 runs.

New Zealand are batting at 328/6 as BJ Watling and Mark Craig are at the crease with 33 and 31 runs respectively.

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Dubai Test: Kiwis go past 300

by Raza Haidery