Pakistan salvaged a draw in the second Test against New Zealand in Dubai on Friday after being set a challenging target of 261 off 72 overs on the back of a brilliant hundred by Ross Taylor. Catch all the highlights of the match here: (SCORECARD)
Pakistan's loss of four early wickets meant all results were still possible at tea but in the end they fell 65 runs short when bad light ended play five overs early.
Asad Shafiq scored 41 not out and Sarfraz Ahmed an unbeaten 24 as Pakistan finished on 196 for five, with the draw preserving their 1-0 lead in the three-match series following last week's 248-run win Abu Dhabi.
It was an entertaining final day in front of an 8,000-strong holiday crowd who anticipated a Pakistan win after New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum had sportingly declared his second innings at 250-9.
That was made possible after Ross Taylor notched a brilliant 104 -- his 12th Test century.