Pak vs Nz Test Match: Yasir Shah Helps Pakistan To Win By Taking 14 Wickets In Innings
Yasir Shah took 14 wickets in test match innings and equals to all-rounder Imran Khan, who took 14 wickets against Sri Lanka in 1982.

Yasir Shah, the legend of Pakistan’s rebound win in the Test series against New Zealand, was overwhelmed with feeling on Tuesday evening — and all things considered. In addition to the fact that he banished any self-question about his capacities on returning from hip bone injury, however, the leg spinner’s 14-wicket pull from the second Test coordinate has additionally now put him at standard with Imran Khan as the most elevated wicket-taker from a Test coordinate for his nation.
The Kiwis were all-out for 312 on the day 4th of the match, having been all-out for 90 in their first innings.

Pakistan level the 3 matches series with 1-1 with the third Test play on Monday in Abu Dhabi,

“After coming back from injury, I was not getting my rhythm back in the earlier series but I am very satisfied with my bowling here. The wicket was slower today and I was not getting the nip off it but finally, I managed to take the wickets,” said Yasir Shah.

“Yasir’s spell was the best spell I was ever seen in my career,” said by Sarfraz Ahmed.

“We batted better in the 2nd innings but Yasir put us in the deep pressure. He is an exceptional bowler and it’s important we learn quickly from this lesson because we will face him again,” said by New Zealand Captain Kane Williamson.

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