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New Zealand v Pakistan

World Twenty20, 2009

Aug 1, 2010: Wisden's review of New Zealand v Pakistan, World Twenty20, 2009

Twenty20 bowling winner

Lord of the death

Feb 19, 2010: Umar Gul has the art of Twenty20 bowling all sorted

Andrew McGlashan

ICC World Twenty20

Stop embarrassing Pakistan - Younis

Jun 15, 2009: The New Zealand captain had "raised a couple of concerns" with the match officials over Gul's bowling during the game against Pakistan

Andrew Miller and George Binoy

New Zealand v Pakistan, ICC World Twenty20, The Oval

Charismatic Pakistan live to fight

Jun 13, 2009: Umar Gul became the first bowler to take a five-for in Twenty20 internationals, helping Pakistan stay alive

The Bulletin by Sidharth Monga

New Zealand v Pakistan, ICC World Twenty20, The Oval

The confounding Mr Gul

Jun 13, 2009: Umar Gul's ability to reverse-swing the ball after just 12 overs of the match prompted an awe-struck response from Daniel Vettori and a bizarre explanation from Younis Khan

Alex Brown at The Oval

New Zealand v Pakistan, ICC World Twenty20, The Oval

The return of Razzaq

Jun 13, 2009: Returning to the Pakistan fold after two years in the cold, Abdul Razzaq slipped back into the international fold

Nagraj Gollapudi at The Oval

New Zealand v Pakistan, ICC World Twenty20, The Oval

No more butterfingers for Pakistan

Jun 13, 2009: Cricinfo presents the Plays of the day for the Super Eights match between New Zealand and Pakistan

Andrew McGlashan at The Oval

New Zealand v Pakistan, ICC World Twenty20, The Oval

Pakistan look to keep the spark alive

Jun 12, 2009: If Pakistan are to achieve anything significant in this tournament as a team they will have to do so inspite of themselves

The Preview by Osman Samiuddin
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Tour Results
New Zealand v Sri Lanka at Nottingham - Jun 16, 2009
Sri Lanka won by 48 runs
New Zealand v Pakistan at The Oval - Jun 13, 2009
Pakistan won by 6 wickets (with 41 balls remaining)
Ireland v New Zealand at Nottingham - Jun 11, 2009
New Zealand won by 83 runs
New Zealand v South Africa at Lord's - Jun 9, 2009
South Africa won by 1 run
New Zealand v Scotland at The Oval - Jun 6, 2009
New Zealand won by 7 wickets (with 6 balls remaining)
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