Pakistan in trouble as NZ give huge lead in second Test


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Kane Williamson underscored his ranking as the world’s premier batsman with a masterful double century, on a landmark on Tuesday as New Zealand took control of the second Test against Pakistan.
In between the showers at Hagley Oval in Christchurch, Williamson was in classic form, batting for nine hours 33 minutes for his 238 and leading New Zealand to an imposing 659 for six declared to lead Pakistan by 362. At stumps, the tourists were already in trouble at one down for eight, with Kyle Jamieson adding to his five-wicket haul in the first innings by removing Shan Masood for a duck.

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