Showing news for 2nd Test: New Zealand v Pakistan at Christchurch, Mar 15-19, 2001
Second Test Match
2002: At Christchurch, March 15, 16, 17, 18, 19
Mar 19, 2001: Mark Richardson isn't putting his hand up as a potential left-arm spinner for New Zealand after his giant-killing effort in dismissing Pakistan batsman Yousuf Youhana for 203 on Sunday
Mar 19, 2001: Saqlain Mushtaq has had a tour to remember after today scoring, as expected, his maiden Test century for Pakistan but his complete scenario for the final day of the second National Bank series Test did not eventuate
Mar 18, 2001: Saqlain Mushtaq will be looking for two runs to achieve a much wanted maiden Test century on the last morning of the second National Bank series Test against New Zealand, but it will be wickets he is chasing later in the day
Mar 17, 2001: Inzamam-ul-Haq's formidable presence dominated the third day of the National Bank series Test match against New Zealand at Jade Stadium today and probably ensured this Test will end in a draw
Mar 16, 2001: Christchurch's Jade Stadium is the place for bowlers making their debut in Test cricket to seize a place in the record books
Mar 16, 2001: What could have been a great day for the New Zealanders in the second National Bank Test against Pakistan in Christchurch lost some of its lustre in the last session when a vital catch was dropped
Mar 15, 2001: Put the New Zealand cricketers on a better surface and they can be better players
Mar 15, 2001: Mathew Sinclair scored his third Test century in 148 balls of outstanding control when Pakistan asked New Zealand to bat first in the second National Bank Test at Christchurch's Jade Stadium today
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