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Pak vs NZ: New Zealand foil Pakistan after Salman’s hundred in the first Test

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KARACHI: New Zealand openers Devon Conway and Tom Latham blunted Pakistan bowlers to guide their side to a solid 165 without loss at close on the second day of the first Test in Karachi on Tuesday.

Conway became the fastest New Zealand batter to complete 1,000 runs in his 11th Test when he reached 82 at close and was ably supported by Latham who was unbeaten on 78.

The tourists are now 273 runs behind Pakistan’s first innings total of 438 which was spiced up by a brilliant maiden hundred from middle-order batter Agha Salman.

Conway, the South African-born left-hander who migrated to New Zealand to boost his career, was lucky to survive a caught-behind dismissal on 57 off-spinner Nauman Ali.

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