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WATCH - De Grandhomme's brutal fifty (1:38)
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De Grandhomme and Munro overcome Pakistan's fight

It was a contest between the sophistication of Pakistan's bowling attack and the raw power of two New Zealand batsmen named Colin. And as with all other games on this tour, it was the home side who emerged victorious

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Shoaib Malik suffers delayed concussion signs

The Pakistan allrounder was struck on the back of the head while batting in Hamilton and, after suffering signs of delayed concussion, did not take the field for the second innings

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Pakistan blown away in first 10 overs - Flower

Grant Flower says Pakistan's lack of footwork has been the main reason for their struggles in the New Zealand tour, but it's still not too late to turn it around

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Highlights - NZ demolish Pakistan to seal series (4:26)
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WATCH - Fan takes one-handed, NZD 50,000 catch (1:20)
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Embattled Pakistan in a fight to keep series alive

Pakistan have a tendency to perform at their best when expectations of them are lowest, but New Zealand are looking increasingly unstoppable and are gunning for their tenth successive win across formats

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Batsmen have struggled to cope with bounce - Grant Flower (0:42)
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#FutureStars: Hasan Khan (1:17)
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Boult takes five-for, Pakistan routed for 74 in huge loss

In a batting performance so listless that even New Zealand appeared to be embarrassed by the ease with which Pakistan's innings crumbled, the home side rubberstamped their superiority with a mammoth 183-run win

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Guptill overcomes rain and Pakistan

New Zealand took a 2-0 lead in the series after hunting down their DLS target of 151 with seven balls to spare

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SA ahead despite Pandya's heroics (2:54)

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