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First Test

Pakistan v New Zealand

2003: At Lahore, May 1, 2, 3

Urdu Report - New Zealand v Pakistan Ist Test, Day 3

May 3, 2002:

Tariq Saeed

Pakistan crush Black Caps by an innings and 324 runs

May 3, 2002: LAHORE-Pakistan inflicted a most comprehensive defeat on New Zealand, by an innings and 324 runs in the last over of the third day - the fifth largest win by any team

Agha Akbar

Inzamam steals thunder with masterly 329

May 3, 2002: Inzamam-ul-Haq secured a place among the all-time batting greats of cricket when he stroked a masterly triple century on an eventful second day of the first Test against New Zealand at Gaddafi Stadium Thursday

Samiul Hasan

Urdu Report - New Zealand v Pakistan Ist Test, Day 2

May 2, 2002:

Tariq Saeed

Inzamam bludgeons the Black Caps into submission

May 2, 2002: LAHORE - It was the day of the 'big fella', and braving heat despite struggling with his fitness, cramps in his legs making matters worse, he made the New Zealand bowlers suffer nevertheless

Agha Akbar

Inzamam, Imran put Pakistan in command

May 2, 2002: Inzamam-ul-Haq and Imran Nazir punished the mediocre New Zealand bowling with scintillating centuries as Pakistan amassed 355 for four on the opening day of the first cricket Test Wednesday at Gaddafi Stadium

Samiul Hasan

Urdu Report - New Zealand v Pakistan Ist Test, Day 1

May 1, 2002:

Tariq Saeed

Inzamam, Imran hundreds put Pakistan in command

May 1, 2002: LAHORE-Inzamam-ul-Haq (unconquered at 159, 25 fours, 1 six) and Imran Nazir (127) made the most of the placid strip, scoring a hundred apiece and posting an attractive 204 for the third wicket partnership to take Pakistan to a commanding position

Agha Akbar
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