Southee's six keeps New Zealand in front of Pakistan

New Zealand's Tim Southee (C) celebrates the wicket of Pakistan's Imran Khan during day three of the second Test between New Zealand and Pakistan in Hamilton on November 27, 2016Tim Southee bagged six wickets as New Zealand took a 55-run lead over Pakistan on a rain-shortened third day of the second Test in Hamilton on Sunday. Only rookie batsman Babar Azam was able to cope with New Zealand’s chief strike bowler and he was left stranded on 90 after running out of partners as Pakistan fought their way back into the match. Pakistan, after resuming the day on the ropes at 76-5, clawed their way to 216 in reply to New Zealand’s first innings 271.

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