Pakistan, New Zealand clash in first one-dayer today
. The Black Caps last visited Pakistani in 2003 for a limited-overs series, the year after a test Tour was called off due to a bombing outside the team hotel in Karachi.There is a touch of history linked with Friday’s opening one-day international as this is New Zealand’s first tour to Pakistan after a gaping span of nearly 18 years.
The last timeNew Zealandwere in Pakistan at the end of 2003, they disappeared without a trace during a 5-0 drubbing by the home team, and have won just thrice — by one run Sialkot, 1976; 34 runs, Sialkot 1984 and seven wickets Karachi 1996 — in 20 previous fixtures.
While the series is now reduced to a bilateral contest in the absence of the DRS facility, there are still worrying signs for Pakistan for the sterner test ahead — the Twenty20 World Cup in the United Arab Emirates and Oman. Buoyant Pakistan ready to host No.1 ranked New Zealand after 18 years headtopics.comمزید پڑھ: 24 News HD »
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