Team Pakistan are refreshed and recharged to take on New Zealand tonight (Tuesday) in the second ODI of the five-match series at the Saxton Oval, Nelson.
When the score was 64 for two after 14 overs, rain intervened losing close to 2 hours and 15 minutes play and when the action began, New Zealand were set a revised target of 151 off 25 overs, which meant they needed 87 more to win off the final 11 overs.
Having trounced Windies in Tests, ODIs and T20s, the Black Caps kicked off their five-match ODI series against Pakistan with a rain-affected victory in Wellington over the weekend.
All-rounder Colin de Grandhomme was added to New Zealand's squad ahead of the third one-day worldwide against Pakistan.
Ferguson was the pick of the bowlers with three wickets, while Southee and Astle snapped up two wickets apiece.
Guptill ended unbeaten on 86 off 71 balls, hitting five sixes and five fours, while Taylor's 44 came off 42 and included four fours.
On the other side, Guptill and Munro started to bat for New Zealand where in 1 run Munro was gone and in 47 runs captain Williamson was gone as well. In the third over, Pakistan unsuccessfully reviewed an LBW decision against Kane Williamson (19). So, Pakistan lost by eight wickets in 2nd ODI.
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But Hasan Ali blasted 51 from 31 balls, his highest score in any form of cricket, and put on 70 for the eighth wicket with Shadab who went on to 52 from 68 balls, matching his highest score in ODIs.
The 16, 17 and 18th over of New Zealand's chase produced a total of 41 runs and the equation was brought down to a very manageable 42 required off as many deliveries.
Trent Boult (one for 54) and Tim Southee (two for 57) were parsimonious early, restricting Pakistan to 39 for two after nine overs before Mitchell Santner was introduced. But just as the momentum was shifting, Malik danced down the wicket and hit one straight to long-on.
Faheem Ashraf and Sarfraz Ahmed were in and out in a jiffy as Pakistan slipped further.
Eventually, New Zealand was declared the victor of the first ODI by 61 runs under D/L method.
The innings looked to be petering out well under 200, and it took a whirlwind partnership between Shadab and No. 9 Hasan to restore some competitiveness to the contest.