- Haris Sohail used reflexes to make sure Tom Latham was dismissed for 33
- Catch was taken off Shaheen Shah Afridi’s bowling
CHRISTCHURCH: Pakistan’s Haris Sohail might not be a fan-favourite nowadays for his batting efficiency however the participant’s reflexes got here in helpful when he took a sensational catch within the slips to dismiss New Zealand opener Tom Latham throughout day two of the second Test in Christchurch.
Shaheen Shah Afridi’s ball had edged off Latham’s bat and was travelling to the slip cordon in the direction of Shan Masood.
However, the opener dropped the ball and Sohail, who was fielding on the first slip, used his fast reflexes to catch the ball.
The gamers surrounded Sohail after the catch with Latham departing the bottom after scoring 33 runs leaving the hosts 52 for two.
The Balckcaps have misplaced three wickets of their first innings. At stumps skipper Kane Williamson and Henry Nicholls stood on the crease with the hosts trailing Pakistan by 11 runs.