Kyle Jamieson took his second five-wicket haul of the match as New Zealand beat Pakistan by an innings and 176 runs within the second Check on Wednesday.
The rout accomplished a 2-0 collection sweep and lifts the Black Caps to the highest of the world rankings for the primary time, above world No 2 Australia and No 3 India.
Younger paceman Jamieson took 6-48 so as to add to his 5-69 from the primary innings because the hosts dismissed the vacationers for 186 to seal an eighth straight residence Check collection triumph with victory inside 4 days at Christchurch’s Hagley Oval.
The win additionally pushed the Black Caps firmly into rivalry for considered one of two berths in June’s inaugural World Check Championship last at Lord’s.
As a lot as participant of the match Jamieson’s superb bowling, the win was constructed on the magnificent 238 skipper Kane Williamson scored in New Zealand’s solely innings, which enabled the hosts to declare on 659-6.
“Although the end result on paper was very a lot in our favour, we all know that when you find yourself enjoying high quality opposition, it’s the small margins,” Williamson, who was adjudged participant of the collection, mentioned after the win. “We received these small margins and had a little bit of luck go our means as properly.”
Pakistan managed 297 within the first innings and solely a unprecedented rearguard motion was going to stop a heavy defeat after they resumed on 8-1 after Jamieson had eliminated opener Shan Masood on Tuesday night time.
Mohammad Abbas was caught behind off a Trent Boult supply earlier than Jamieson obtained into the swing once more to ship again Abid Ali and go away the vacationers labouring to lunch at 69-3.
Jamieson secured his fourth five-wicket haul in six exams within the second session by dismissing Haris Sohail, Azhar Ali and stand-in skipper Mohammad Rizwan.
Boult dismissed Zafar Gohar, who made 37, to seal the victory for New Zealand who stay unbeaten at residence since being bested by South Africa in 2016-17.
“I’m very dissatisfied that I didn’t get a end result for Pakistan as they put their religion in me,” rued Rizwan, who led within the absence of their injured common skipper Babar Azam.
“We tried our perfect however we didn’t do very properly. Because the captain, as a participant, I take accountability.”