Thanks to Sarfraz Ahmed's brilliant century, Pakistan saved the last match of the two-match series against New Zealand from being fruitful and the series ended in a tie
On the last day of the second Test match of the series played in Karachi, Pakistan resumed their second incomplete innings with the loss of two players for nil, then Shan Masood came to support Imamul Haq. )
Both players made a partnership of 35 runs for the third wicket but on the same score, Imam could not keep his wickets and became Ash Sodhi's wicket.
Captain Babar Azam and Shaun Masood batted confidently and took the score to 77 but at this stage the national team captain lost his wicket in an attempt to tease the ball towards the league, having scored 27 runs.
The national team was not even able to cope with the loss when Michael Bracewell took another important catch in his next over and also ended Shaun Masood's innings of 35 runs.
After five wickets fell for 80 runs, Saud Shakeel came to support Sarfaraz Ahmed and both The players played a responsible game and did not allow any more wickets to fall until the lunch break. Meanwhile, Sarfraz Ahmed completed his fourth consecutive half in the series.
Sarfraz Ahmed and Saud Shakeel made a long partnership of 123 runs to put Pakistan in a stable position.
Saud Shakeel faced 146 balls and got out for 32 runs.
Aghasalman came in at number seven to support Sarfraz Ahmed and made a valuable contribution of 70 runs off 83 balls while Sarfraz completed his century.
Ex-captain Sarfraz Playing the role of crisis, he continued his responsible batting streak and completed his fourth Test century in 135 balls.
Aghasulman He got out after scoring 30 valuable runs off 40 balls at a time when Pakistan needed 46 runs to win.
Hasan Ali could not stay on the wicket for long while Meanwhile, New Zealand took the new ball and at a score of 282, captain Southee took full advantage and took the wicket of Hasan Ali, and at that time Pakistan needed 37 runs to win.
Sarfraz Ahmed was caught in the net spread by New Zealand during the final over and the ball going out touched his gloves and fell into the hands of Casson Williamson standing behind.
As a result of a good catch by Kane Williamson, Pakistan suffered the loss of the 9th over and Sarfraz was dismissed for 118.
Naseem Shah and Abrar Ahmed took the last wicket. I added 16 runs and ended the match saving Pakistan from defeat. Runs were required.
Naseem Shah scored 15 runs with the help of 2 fours and a six and Abrar Ahmed scored 7 runs not out.
Michael Bracewell was the top wicket taker for New Zealand with 4 wickets, skipper Southee and Ash Sodhi dismissed 2 each.
It should be noted that the first match of the series between Pakistan and New Zealand also ended without any result.
Sarfraz Ahmed defeated Pakistan with a brilliant century. He was adjudged the best player of the match as well as of the series for his saves.