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    Kyle Jamieson has provided the impetus to give New Zealand the advantage at lunch on the opening day of the second cricket test, after sending Pakistan in to bat in Christchurch

    Kyle Jamieson has provided the impetus to give New Zealand the advantage at lunch on the opening day of the second cricket test, after sending Pakistan in to bat in Christchurch


    The visitors are 88 for four with Azhar Ali on 52 and Mohammad Rizwan on zero.

    Jamieson has bowled a probing line and length, asking terrifying questions from his 2.03 metre height, which had forced indecisive shots from Abid Ali - to second slip Tim Southee's bucket hands for 25 - and Haris Sohail - gliding off the face to Henry Nicholls in the gully for one - and first test century-maker Fawad Alam for two - ballooning a catch off the gloves to B-J Watling.

    Shan Masood was the first to fall, lbw to Tim Southee for an eight-ball duck in front of a packed Hagley Oval.

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