During the second test match between Pakistan and New Zealand, Pakistani batsmen failed to perform by giving away wickets one by one.
However, the results of the game changed as soon as the Pakistani ex-captain, Sarfraz Ahmed set foot on the ground.
Sarfaraz changed the whole game and scored a daunting century to deprive New Zealand of their victory. He scored 119 runs and took Pakistan closer to the target of 319 set by the New Zealand team.
The first match of the series ended with a draw in Karachi, and the second match also became a draw as the Umpires suggested that light is not feasible enough to continue the match.
The match ended when Pakistan made 309 at the loss of 8 wickets.
New Zealand didn’t win a series in Pakistan home ground in 53 years.