Christchurch: Kiwi captain Ken Williamson was run out on the second day of the second Test match against Pakistan but the umpire ruled him not out.
According to the details, on the second day of the second Test match between Pakistan and New Zealand, New Zealand captain Ken Williamson was run out for 107 runs but the umpire did not give him out.
When the national player’s throw hit the wicket, one corner of the bull was raised, but by the time both corners were raised, William reached the crease.
According to ICC rules, both corners of the bull must be raised to be out, which is why the third umpire ruled Williamson not out.
It should be noted that at the end of the second day of the second Test match, New Zealand scored 286 runs for the loss of three wickets, the Kiwi team needs 11 more runs to end Pakistan’s lead.
Kiwi skipper William Sun 112 and Henry Nichols 89 are on the crease, Pakistan’s Shaheen Afridi and Muhammad Abbas took one wicket each.
Earlier in the first innings, the national team was all out for 297 runs, Azhar Ali played a brilliant innings of 93 runs, captain Muhammad Rizwan 61 and Faheem Ashraf 48 runs were prominent.
Remember that New Zealand has a 1-0 lead in the series against Pakistan.