Watch: Pakistan team did cheating to get their first wicket of New Zealand, Devon Conway was unfortunate to miss his hundred

The New Zealand team is on a tour of Pakistan for a test series where they have to play 2 test matches while they will play 3 games ODI series after the test series as well. All the Pakistani fans were excited about this series as in the recent past New Zealand has abandoned a series in Pakistan due to security reasons.

The first test match started and Pakistan decided to bat first in this match where they put in a huge total of 438 runs where few of their batsmen played huge inning which helped the side to put such a huge total on the board.

Babar Azam was the star of Pakistan’s team as he made a comeback today where he scored a remarkable hundred and played a knock of 161 runs in which he smashed 15 fours and 1 six. Agha Salman scored a hundred while Sarfaraz played a crucial knock of 83 runs.

New Zealand openers gave a good start:

New Zealand batters provided a good start as they were scoring at a good rate and their openers made a vast opening partnership. Devon Conway and Tom Latham made a great first-wicket partnership where they scored 183 runs and then Devon Conway got out.

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Pakistan did cheating to break this partnership

Both of the batters were looking good but the Pakistan team did cheating to get Devon Conway out and that video is getting viral on the internet. Fans are criticising the board for such kind of act, shocking everybody.

The incident took place in the 52nd over of the match when Noman Ali was bowling and beat Devon Conway, the ball hits the pad but it looked like its hit his bat and the umpire gave him not out. Pakistan reviewed this decision and despite it being something on the snicko third umpire gave Conway out.  

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