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HAMILTON, New Zealand — A crucial unbroken 128-run stand between Misbah-ul-Haq and Asad Shafiq saw Pakistan regain control of the first Test against New Zealand on the second day on Saturday. The salvage mission for the fifth wicket took Pakistan to 235 for four at stumps, trailing New Zealand's first innings 275 by 40 runs, with six wickets in hand. Shafiq has produced the highest score of the Test so far to be unbeaten on 74 with his captain Misbah on 50 not out. The pair came together when New Zealand had seized the initiative in the middle session with three quick wickets to have Pakistan teetering at 107 for four. But the bowlers were unable to press home their advantage, toiling away on a placid wicket while Shafiq and Misbah set about rescuing Pakistan's innings.

Saturday, January 8, 2011

HAMILTON, New Zealand — A crucial unbroken 128-run stand between Misbah-ul-Haq and Asad Shafiq saw Pakistan regain control of the first Test against New Zealand on the second day on Saturday.

The salvage mission for the fifth wicket took Pakistan to 235 for four at stumps, trailing New Zealand's first innings 275 by 40 runs, with six wickets in hand.

Shafiq has produced the highest score of the Test so far to be unbeaten on 74 with his captain Misbah on 50 not out.

The pair came together when New Zealand had seized the initiative in the middle session with three quick wickets to have Pakistan teetering at 107 for four.

But the bowlers were unable to press home their advantage, toiling away on a placid wicket while Shafiq and Misbah set about rescuing Pakistan's innings.

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