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Second Test Match

New Zealand v Pakistan

2005: Pakistan in New Zealand, 2003-04

Don Cameron

New Zealand v Pakistan, 2nd Test, Wellington, 5th day

Pakistan clinch series with seven-wicket win

Dec 30, 2003: Pakistan needed just 3.5 overs to score the 28 runs they needed to win the Test and wrap up the series 1-0

The Wisden Bulletin by Lynn McConnell

New Zealand v Pakistan, 2nd Test, Wellington, 4th day

Scorching spell by Shoaib leaves Pakistan on the brink

Dec 29, 2003: Pakistan needed only 28 more to complete an amazing victory, after Shoaib Akhtar swung the match around with a scorching spell to dismiss New Zealand for 103

The Wisden Bulletin by Lynn McConnell

New Zealand v Pakistan, 2nd Test, Wellington, 3rd day

Butler's six-for puts New Zealand on top

Dec 28, 2003: Ian Butler's 6 for 46 bundled Pakistan out for 196, giving New Zealand a first-innings lead of 170

The Wisden Bulletin by Lynn McConnell

NZ v Pakistan, 2nd Test, Wellington, 2nd day

Oram leads New Zealand fightback

Dec 26, 2003: Jacob Oram scored 97 to lift New Zealand to 366, and then took one wicket as Pakistan finished the second day on 52 for 2

The Wisden Bulletin by Lynn McConnell

New Zealand v Pakistan, 2nd Test, Wellington, 1st day

Richardson leads the fightback after Shoaib burst

Dec 25, 2003: New Zealand struggled to 151 for 5 on the first day of the second Test

The Wisden Bulletin by Lynn McConnell
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