Junaid out of series as NZ bat in second ODI v Pakistan

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Fakhar and Babar Azam (46) put on 101 before Pakistan set up a series-decider in Dubai on Sunday, ending a run of 12 consecutive ODI defeats against the Black Caps with nearly 10 overs to spare.

Shaheen Shah Afridi was superb with the ball, taking 4-38 (econ 4.22) to earn the Player of the Match honours.

New Zealand scored 209 runs for the loss on 9 wickets.

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Pakistan opener Imam-ul-Haq was taken to hospital after being hit on the helmet following a ferocious bouncer bowled by New Zealand pace-bowler Lockie Ferguson during the second ODI between Pakistan and New Zealand at Abu Dhabi on Friday. Once this happened, the team management originally said that the 22-year-old would undergo CT scans and be monitored for the next 48 hours.

It was a partnership that could've helped Pakistan rebuild from the chaos they found themselves in at one stage after Shoaib Malik and Imam ul Haq fell in quick succession with Pakistan reduced to 73 for 5 after resurrecting Pakistan's chase after the initial damage with 63 runs.

It was clear as soon as he was struck that he was in discomfort, with Imam dropping his bat and reaching for his helmet as he stumbled towards the floor.

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Fakhar Zaman smashed run-a-ball 88 and fast bowler Shaheen Afridi (4-38) grabbed his second successive four-wicket haul in Pakistan's six-wicket victory against New Zealand in the second one-day worldwide (ODI) on Friday.

The result ends a 12-match winning streak the Black Caps had over Pakistan in the format.

Pakistan went into a must-win day-night match at Abu Dhabi vary of Trent Boult, the left-arm Kiwi ace, whose hat-trick triggered a top order collapse and led to a 47-run defeat in the opening match. The final will be held on Sunday at Dubai. Shadab, who constantly troubled New Zealand's batsmen with his variations, finished with figures of 4 for 38, while Shaheen Afridi had 4 for 46 in eight.

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Once Afridi got opener Colin Munro in the second over and ran out Kane Williamson in the fourth, George Worker and Ross Taylor painstakingly rebuilt.

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