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On the fourth day of the Karachi Test, New Zealand were 76 runs and one out at half-time for a total lead of 117 runs.TAZAA News

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At lunch break on the fourth day of the second and final Test of the two-Test series between Pakistan and New Zealand in Karachi, New Zealand scored 76 runs for the loss of one wicket in their second innings and they are now in top spot. Pakistan. With a total of 117 runs ahead against New Zealand, Tom Latham 37 and Kane Williamson 29 were at the wicket at half-time, New Zealand’s Dion Conway was dismissed for no score and Mir Hamza was the victim. Earlier, Pakistan were bowled out for 408 runs in their first innings after adding a single to their overnight score of 407 runs, Saud Shakeel kept Pakistan unbeaten on 125 runs, Imamul Haq scored 83 runs and Sarfraz Ahmed scored 78 runs. , for New Zealand, Ijaz Patel and Ash Sodhi took three each and Tim Southee, Matt Henry and Daryl Mitchell took one each.

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