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PTV Sports Live Cricket Pakistan vs New Zealand 3rd Test & Live PTV Score

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Pakistan vs New Zealand third Test: Play suspended for today

Meanwhile, the second day’s play of the third Test between Pakistan and New Zealand in Sharjah has been suspended following the death of Australia batsman Phillip Hughes in Sydney because of a head injury.

The match has been extended by a day, and tomorrow will be day two.

On the opening day of third and final Cricket Test against New Zealand at Sharjah, Pakistan were 281 for the loss of three wickets at stumps on Wednesday. For Pakistan, Muhammad Hafeez scored 178 unbeaten runs.

PTV Sports live Cricket streaming brings you Pakistan vs New Zealand. Pak vs NZL will finish up their Test arrangement in Sharjah, with the hosts having neglected to secure triumph after the two groups attracted Dubai last time out.

The home side will need to utilize this amusement to guarantee they take the arrangement win, while the Black Caps can get themselves an offer of the riches by winning this match.

Pakistan come into this diversion on the over of an attract the second Test against New Zealand, a match in which the Black Caps had the better of the play.

The guests batted first and made 403, headed by 137 by opener Tom Latham, with commitments advancing the distance down the request however no other batsman passing 50.

Accordingly, Pakistan made 393, with Sarfraz Ahmed making 112 and Azhar Ali and Younis Khan both contributing with 70s.

New Zealand looked to push the beat in the second innings to set up a match-winning target, and they made 250-9 on account of Ross Taylor’s 104.

That left the home side requiring 261 for the win, and they shut on 196-5, significance the diversion was drawn.

Pakistan are still 1-0 up in the arrangement yet realize that a poor diversion here can let the New Zealanders return away with an arrangement tie.

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