Pakistan declared their first innings on 566-3 runs against New Zealand
Pakistan declared their 1st innings on 566 runs for 3 Wickets while Younis Khan and Misbah-ul-Haq struck unbeaten centuries before Pakistan declared their first innings on 566 for three wickets in the first test against New Zealand in Abu Dhabi on 10th November 2014.
Ahmed Shehzad hit a career-best 176, he added 178 runs with Mohammad Hafeez to give Pakistan a flying start on Sunday, raised 169 for the second wicket with Azhar Ali to put his team on top.
Ahmed Shehzad was out hit wicket after being struck on the right side of his head by Corey Anderson (2-68). Ali was bowled by Ish Sodhi for 87.
Moin Khan said in the release that
“The specialist surgeon has confirmed a minor fracture and has advised 48 hours of close monitoring. In case the pain doesn’t subside then the surgeon may opt for decompression”.
Shehzad hit 17 boundaries and a six in his 371-ball knock.
Azhar Ali’s 87 was the lowest score by a top-five Pakistani batsman.
Pakistan declared their first innings at 566-3 after Younis Khan and Misbah-ul-Haq completed their unbeaten centuries on second day of the first Test against New Zealand here on Monday.
In a 193-run unbroken partnership, Younis Khan 100 not out hit his fourth century while Misbah Ul Haq 102 not out struck his third successive test hundred.
New Zealand bowlers, Corey Anderson finished with 2-68 and leg-spinner Ish Sodhi finished with 1-162.