New Zealand v Pakistan: Tourists collapse to defeat as Kiwis win series 2-0

New Zealand celebrate their series win
New Zealand had lost their previous four Tests before the series against Pakistan
Second Test, Hamilton (day five):
New Zealand 271 & 313-5: Taylor 102*, Latham 80
Pakistan 216: Babar 90* & 230: Aslam 91
New Zealand won by 138 runs

Pakistan became the first side to lose nine wickets in the final session of a Test as New Zealand completed a 2-0 series win in Hamilton.

The tourists slumped from 131-0 to 230 all out inside 25 overs en route to a 138-run defeat in the second Test.

Neil Wagner took three wickets in six balls to seal the Kiwis' first series victory over Pakistan since 1985.

Openers Sami Aslam and Azhar Ali, who made 91 and 58 respectively, were the only Pakistan batsmen to reach 20.

New Zealand won the first Test in Christchurch by eight wickets after bowling Pakistan out for 133 and 171.

Pakistan slipped from second to fourth in the International Cricket Council Test rankings, with England - currently on tour in India - moving up to second.

New Zealand climbed one place to sixth.

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