New Zealand took a 2-0 lead in their one-day global series against Pakistan after an eight-wicket win in a rain-affected clash in Nelson on Tuesday.
When play resumed under the Duckworth-Lewis system New Zealand's target was revised to 151 in 25 overs meaning they had 11 overs left to make 87.
At 64-2, New Zealand had a good chance of overhauling the Pakistan total but they had lost key batsman Colin Munro for a duck to the third ball of the innings and captain Kane Williamson for 19.
Imam-ul-Haq, in for the injured Fakhar Zaman, was out for two in the fourth over and Azhar Ali followed five balls later for six.
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In a repeat of the first global, which New Zealand won by 61 runs under the Duckworth-Lewis system, Pakistan were always under pressure after losing early wickets and fell short of a par score at Saxton Oval where teams which bat first in ODIs average 260.
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He spent the weather break on the physio's table after his back tightened up early in the Black Caps' chase. The fearsome bowling attack will have to come to the party, and soon, for Pakistan to counter an in-form New Zealand batting.
It was Sarfraz Ahmed s call to bat when he won the toss, saying it looked like a wicket that would favour the side having first use of it.
Thanks to Hasan and Shadab, Pakistan finished on 246/9 off their 50 overs.
Mohammad Hafeez anchored Pakistan's innings with 60 from 71.
The pair featured in a 70-run stand off 49 deliveries for the eighth wicket.
Speedster Lockie Ferguson was also a major contributor with 3-39 from 10 overs. Rumman Raees, Mohammad Amir, Hasan Ali and Ashraf all conceded 57 or more runs each - all struggling in the extremely windy conditions - allowing the home team to pile on a 315-run total. Hasan took charge in their stand, striking four boundaries and four sixes, beginning his assault with successive sixes off Mitchell Santner.
Ferguson took highest three wickets where Astle and Southee took two wickets for the team Black Caps.