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Second Test

Pakistan v New Zealand

2003: At Karachi, May 8

First Test

Pakistan v New Zealand

2003: At Lahore, May 1, 2, 3

Third one-day international

Pakistan v New Zealand

2003: At Lahore, April 27 (day/night)

Second one-day international

Pakistan v New Zealand

2003: At Rawalpindi, April 24 (day/night)

First one-day international

Pakistan v New Zealand

2003: At Karachi, April 21 (day/night)

The New Zealanders in Pakistan, 2002

2003: New Zealand were originally due to arrive in Pakistan in September 2001, but called the tour off because of security fears after the terrorist attacks in the USA

Qamar Ahmed and Samiul Hasan

NZC expresses appreciation to PCB

May 21, 2002: New Zealand Cricket Board has expressed its appreciation of the security extended to its squad, by the Pakistan Cricket Board and the Government of Pakistan during the recent tour, cut short by the bomb blast in Karachi

Pakistan Cricket Board

Players welcome chance to get together after Pakistan experience

May 20, 2002: New Zealand's cricketers who returned home after the Karachi bomb blast 10 days ago got together in Christchurch on Saturday

Lynn McConnell

Shoaib's 6-11 amongst most out standing bowling analyses ever

May 17, 2002: Nicknamed the 'Rawalpindi Express', Pakistan paceman Shoaib Akhtar's remarkable bowling analysis of 6 for 11 in 8.2 overs against New Zealand in the recent Test was 12th most outstanding in Test Cricket to-date

Arshad Chughtai

PCB meeting reviews the recently concluded New Zealand tour

May 13, 2002: Media Release: PCB May 13, 2002

Pakistan Cricket Board

Kiwis, ICC officials unhappy

May 10, 2002: Several officials of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) got panicky and left the New Zealanders and ICC officials fuming with anger after the incident of bomb blast on Wednesday

Sports Reporter

Bomb blast a 'haunting experience' for New Zealand players

May 10, 2002: New Zealand captain Stephen Fleming told a press conference after the team's arrival in Auckland today that he will be haunted forever by some of the sights he saw in the aftermath of Wednesday's bomb blast that ended the tour of Pakistan

Lynn McConnell

Doubts over Pakistan playing host after New Zealand team leave for home

May 9, 2002: New Zealand's rescheduled cricket tour of Pakistan ended prematurely when the second and final Test was called off , barely hours before it was scheduled to start here at the National Stadium, after a bomb blast less than 50 metres from the team

Samiul Hasan

Several players escape serious injuries

May 9, 2002: Seven members of Pakistan cricket team escaped serious injuries when the huge sliding glass windows shattered into pieces and were strewn all over their hotel rooms after Wednesday's bomb blast

Time for a review of the ICC Test Championship?

May 9, 2002: New Zealand's tour to Pakistan abandoned, Australia calls off their tour to Zimbabwe and now Australia's tour of Pakistan is in doubt - what chance the successful future of the International Cricket Council's Test Championship

Lynn McConnell

Third bomb must cast doubts over future Asian contact

May 9, 2002: New Zealand's cricketers were on the last Singapore Airlines flight out of Karachi when abandoning their tour of Pakistan after a bomb blast outside their hotel yesterday

Lynn McConnell

Black Caps' tour abandoned after bomb blast

May 8, 2002: Some two hours after a suicide bomb attack outside the Pearl Continental Hotel where the Pakistan and New Zealand teams were staying, and on the morning of the second Test between the two sides, the Black Caps' tour of Pakistan was abandoned

Special Correspondent

PCB confirms cancellation of New Zealand tour after bomb blast

May 8, 2002: The 2nd Test versus New Zealand was called off late this morning after the bomb blast on the road outside the hotel, where the two teams were staying

Pakistan Cricket Board

Snedden makes immediate decision to call off Pakistan tour

May 8, 2002: New Zealand Cricket chief executive Martin Snedden said an immediate decision was made to cancel the remainder of the New Zealand team's tour after a bomb blast outside the team hotel today

Lynn McConnell

New Zealand Cricket bring TelstraClear Black Caps home from Pakistan

May 8, 2002: Following the explosion of a bomb outside the TelstraClear Black Caps team hotel New Zealand Cricket has decided to bring the team home from Pakistan

New Zealand Cricket
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Tour Results
Pakistan v New Zealand at Karachi - May 8-12, 2002
Match cancelled without a ball bowled
Pakistan v New Zealand at Lahore - May 1-3, 2002
Pakistan won by an innings and 324 runs
Pakistan v New Zealand at Lahore - Apr 27, 2002
Pakistan won by 66 runs
Pakistan v New Zealand at Rawalpindi - Apr 24, 2002
Pakistan won by 3 wickets (with 17 balls remaining)
Pakistan v New Zealand at Karachi - Apr 21, 2002
Pakistan won by 153 runs
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