Watch: Pakistan Pacer Mir Hamza's Ripper Cleans Up Devon Conway For Golden Duck In 2nd Karachi Test
Mir Hamza, who hails from Karachi, was added to the Test squad by the interim selection committee, which is led by former Pakistan captain Shahid Afridi.
For Mir Hamza, it hasn't been an easy return to Test cricket. Recalled to the Test side after more than three years, Hamza failed to pick up a wicket in the first Test, as well as the first innings of the second Test. However, the 30-year-old made an instant on Day 4 in the second innings as he clean bowled Devon Conway for a golden duck on the first ball of his opening spell. Conway tried to play a booming on-drive but Hamza's delivery went past his front pad before ricocheting into middle and off stump.
Notably, this was Hamza's first Test wicket in over three years, and only his second overall.
The 30-year-old, who hails from Karachi, was added to the Test squad by the interim selection committee, which is led by former Pakistan captain Shahid Afridi.
Latham was batting on 37 while Williamson was 29 not out. The visitors will look to extend their 117-run lead after lunch.
Earlier on Day 4, Pakistan were dismissed for a first-innings score of 408 on the fourth day of the second Test, in response to New Zealand's 449 in Karachi Thursday.
The two-match series is tied after the first Test -- also in Karachi -- ended in a draw.
(With AFP Inputs)