Paceman Kyle Jamieson continued an extraordinary start to his Test career, taking 6 for 48 as New Zealand beat Pakistan by an innings and 176 runs in the second Test on Wednesday to claim its fourth win in four Tests at home this summer.
Scorecard and ball-by-ball commentary
Jamieson’s five-wicket haul was his fourth in six Tests since his debut against India last year and followed his 5 for 69 in Pakistan’s first innings, giving him match figures of 11 for 117 in Christchurch.
Pakistan was bowled out for 186 on the fourth day after starting its second innings 362 runs behind New Zealand. Its first innings of 297 — a solid performance after losing the toss — was eclipsed by New Zealand’s 659 for 9 declared which was built around Kane Williamson’s 238, Henry Nicholls’ 157 and Daryl Mitchell’s unbeaten 102, his maiden century.
In sweeping both of its home series this…