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Pak 119/9 in 18.2 overs

W Riaz 14*
S Akthar 0*

Batsman out Umur Gul 30 lbw b Franklin
S Ajmal 1 c McGlashan b Franklin
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Pakistan managed to Score 143/9 in 20 overs.
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Newzealand chasing 144 to win, socred 28 /1 runs in 2.1 overs

Guptil 22*
D Brownlie 0*

Batsman out - Ryder for 5 c y khan b akthar
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Newzealand won the match by 5 wickets (with 17balls remaining)
A comfortable win!!!!!
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Pakistan will bounce back in T20 series: Intikhab


Karachi: Team manager Intikhab Alam conceded that Pakistan is facing difficulty in adjusting to the conditions in New Zealand but said the side will bounce back in the remaining two matches of the Twenty20 international series.Pakistan were beaten by five wickets in the first match by New Zealand yesterday and also suffered the humiliation of being bowled out for just 91 runs in a T20 side match against Auckland last Friday."This team has the ability to bounce back in the series. Although there is no doubt the players are facing problems adjusting to the different conditions in New Zealand," the former Test captain said.

Intikhab also said that for players who toured New Zealand for the first time it took time for them to adjust to the different weather and pitch conditions."But the coach has told the batsmen to show more application and patience while batting in the remaining matches," he said.

Intikhab said the players also realized how important it was for the team to have a successful tour of New Zealand as it was their final international outing before the 2011 World Cup in India, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh.The Pakistan manager also noted that on the smaller boundaries in New Zealand touring teams had to score atleast 175 runs in the T20 format of the game to nullify the advantage of the hosts.

"We are confident that the team will comeback strongly in the series because despite all the problems Pakistan cricket has faced in recent months the players have been told to just focus on their cricket," he said.Intikhab said that there were no disciplinary issues in the team as the management had made it clear to everyone that their would be no compromise on discipline.

"The senior players who have been to New Zealand before also realise that they need to show the way to the younger players and help them adjust to the conditions," he added.Intikhab was coach of the Pakistan team that toured New Zealand last year for a "home series" and drew the Test series.

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2nd T20

Pakistan won the toss and elected to field.

Newzealand scored 185/7 in allotted 20 overs

Pakistan score 47/1 in 5 overs

M Hafeez 33*
S Ahmed 7*

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Pak 76/4 in 10 overs
require another 111 runs with 6 wickets and 10 overs in hand


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Pakistan could manage only 146 runs for the loss of 9 wickets in the allotted 50 overs.

Newzealand won the match by 39 runs

McMullum is the Man of the Match.
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Back-to-back wins give New Zealand series


Hamilton: New Zealand wrapped up their Twenty20 cricket series against Pakistan with a match to spare when they blasted their way to a 39-run win in the second match on Tuesday.Scott Styris and Peter McGlashan were the principal contributors to a 79-run onslaught in five overs which swung the match New Zealand's way in the second half of their innings of 185 for seven.

Pakistan made a valiant start to the run chase and were 58 for one after six overs before their batting was robbed of its impetus by the twin-spin attack in the middle eight overs.Man-of-the-match Nathan McCullum took four for 16 off his four overs while debutant Luke Woodcock took none for 20 and at the close of their innings Pakistan were 146 for nine.It was a good recovery for New Zealand who lost the toss, were sent in to bat on an unfavourable wicket and immediately lost opener Jesse Ryder on the first ball of the match.

But from then, the New Zealand were in control with Martin Guptill and James Franklin starring in a 90-run stand for the second wicket. "It was a good performance right from Guptill and Franklin's opening stand," said New Zealand captain Ross Taylor, adding his side has wants to keep the winning streak going after recent series losses against India and Bangladesh.

"We've had a few go against us in the recent past so we would like to go for the whitewash. We want to improve with every game." Guptill, who blazed 54 from 29 balls in the first match, compiled a brisk 44, including three sixes and three fours, from 28 deliveries while Franklin, newly promoted from six to three, made 44.

Both wickets fell in the space of five balls leaving Styris and then McGlashan to continue the initiative while skipper Ross Taylor anchored the other end.Styris, who came in at the fall of Franklin's wicket, clouted 34 off 14 balls and with his departure McGlashan combined a mixture of orthodox shots and reverse sweeps to belt 26 from 10 deliveries."With the way we bowled. I'm very disappointed," Pakistan captain Afridi said. "We didn't bowl well. We have very experienced bowlers and they didn't bowl on the spot."

Taylor was unbeaten on 30 at the end of the innings while Saeed Ajmal returned the best figures for Pakistan with three for 35 off his four overs. Mohammed Hafeez and Shahid Afridi made a fiery start to Pakistan's reply and raced to 24 off 11 balls before Kyle Mills was fortuitously rewarded for a rank full toss which Afridi missed and was bowled for seven.

Pakistan remained ahead of the required run rate through the first six overs before slowing in the face of the spin attack. Woodcock, making his international debut was unlucky not to claim the wicket of Hafeez with his fourth ball when Ross Taylor dropped a sitter from the Pakistan opener.It was a short-lived life for Hafeez who added two more runs before he was run out for 46 on the first ball of Woodcock's second over and Pakistan's mainstay batsman was gone.

Only Umar Akmal (26) and Ahmed Shehzad (15) offered resistance while for New Zealand fast bowler Tim Southee backed up the spinners with two for 26 off his four overs. The final Twenty20 match is in Christchurch on Thursday to be followed by two Tests and six one-dayers.
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Sohail Tanvir Added To Pakistan Squad


The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) have added left-arm paceman Sohail Tanvir to the squad that is currently touring New Zealand.

He was originally sidelined for the New Zealand tour due to a knee problem two weeks earlier, although Tanvir responded by taking nine wickets including six for 32 in the second innings of a Quaid-e-Azam Trophy match.

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