PCB again upset over pitch, New Zealand cricketer said: what a wonderful drive

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PAK vs NZ, second test: The second and final match of the Test series between the Pakistan cricket team and New Zealand has started. In the match being played in Karachi, the New Zealand team is batting first after winning the toss and looking in a good position. For the away team, their starting pairing of Tom Latham (71) and Devon Conway (122) once again got off to a good start and shared a partnership of 134 runs for the first wicket. On the other hand, on the first day of the match, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) once again had to be embarrassed by the pitch.

Taunted Kiwi Bowler

New Zealand’s star fast bowler Mitchell McClenaghan took a dig at the Karachi course and called it a wonderful drive. The 36-year-old bowler tweeted: “What a wonderful drive, a batsman’s dream.”

karachi court mockery

Not only McClenaghan, but cricket fans also criticized the Pakistan Cricket Board over the Karachi ground. Fans are constantly trolling the PCB on social media and some are talking about giving it the Karachi highway and some are giving the highway contract to the curator.

New Zealand remains strong

Talking about the match, up to the time of writing the news New Zealand had scored 273 runs with the loss of 4 wickets. For their part, Henry Nicholls and Tom Blundell were in the fold. During this, Naseem Shah and Agha Salman took two wickets each for Pakistan. Notably, the first match between the two teams was also played in Karachi itself, which ended in a draw. In such a situation, this match is very important for both teams to win the series.

ICC took action on Rawalpindi launch

Let us tell you that this is not the first time that the PCB has been criticized for the pitch. In early December last year, there was much commotion at the Rawalpindi ground used in the first Test match between Pakistan and England. At the time, the ICC also rebuked the PCB by giving that release a below average rating. In fact, in that Test match played in Rawalpindi, a total of 1768 runs were scored in five days, with the Ben Stokes-led England scoring 506 runs on the first day. England later won that test match in exciting fashion by 74 runs on the final day.

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