From 60-1 to 90 all-out, Yasir Shah rips apart the New Zealand batting line up with an 8-wicket haul.
Yasir took eight wickets for just 41 runs to roll up Kiwis first innings for 90 runs and put Pakistan in the dictating position. This is the leg-spinners’ best figures in Test match history.
Not only that, but 8/41 are also the third-best bowling figures in an innings for Pakistan ever. With this, Yasir also leaps ahead in his quest to become the fastest bowler to 200 Test wickets in the history of the game.
The collapse of the New Zealand innings started with Yasir Shah bowling a three-wicket maiden. Following that, the visitors could not cope with the pressure. Here is the stunning over bowled by the spin magician:
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Pakistan currently leads by 328-runs, and the Greens have enforced the follow-on.
Earlier, Green Caps declared their first innings for 418/5 after batting for almost two days. Haris Sohail, 147, Babar Azam, 127* and Azhar Ali, 77, made Pakistani batting’s highlights.