New Zealand (AFP) – Pakistan were all out for 239 in their first innings Monday to trail New Zealand by 192 at stumps on day three of the first Test in Mount Maunganui.
More than half the runs were scored by Faheem Ashraf and Mohammed Rizwan, who came together with Pakistan in deep trouble at 80 for six.
They put on 107 for the seventh wicket before Rizwan was out for 71. Ashraf was the last wicket to fall for a career-best 91.
For New Zealand, Kyle Jamieson took three for 35 off 23.2 overs.