History of Pakistan vs New Zealand

Pakistani cricket team in New Zealand in 1964–65

In January 1965 the Pakistan cricket team toured New Zealand for the first time. The tour began with three Test matches against the New Zealand cricket team. These were won easily by Pakistan, and at the end of the tour the Pakistan team was given a hero’s welcome.

Pakistani cricket team in New Zealand in 1972–73

In the 1972–73 Pakistan v New Zealand series, which was the last of the three test matches between these two nations, Pakistan won 4-1. It was an all important match for Pakistan as they had already been defeated by India earlier and needed a win to progress to the semi-final stages of the World Cup. The team featured many players who went on to become

 
Pakistani cricket team in New Zealand in 1978–79

The Pakistani cricket team toured New Zealand in 1978–79 as part of the 1978–79 Shell/Wisden series. The tour was notable for the fact that the Pakistanis were beaten 4–0, and for the fact that none of the Pakistani players batted or bowled.

 
Pakistani cricket team in New Zealand in 1984–85

The Pakistan cricket team played in New Zealand in 1984–85 as part of the Gillette Cup tournament. They lost all their matches with the exception of one game against Australia. The Pakistanis won this match by nine runs, but were not able to progress beyond the preliminary round.

 
Pakistani cricket team in New Zealand in 1988–89

 Pakistan’s tour of New Zealand in 1988–89, which won the World Cup that year, and what is happening now with a similar template that was used in that tournament.

 
Pakistani cricket team in New Zealand in 1992–93

This was the first test series between Pakistan and New Zealand. The two teams had not met since the 1983 World Cup, where Pakistan defeated New Zealand in the semi-final, a match now regarded as one of the best World Cup matches ever played.

 
Pakistani cricket team in New Zealand in 1993–94


Pakistan visited New Zealand in 1993–94 to play three ODIs. The first match of the series was played at Christchurch on 18th February 1994. A young Pakistan team featuring Inzamam-ul-Haq, Wasim Akram and Waqar Younis lost by 6 wickets to New Zealand.

Pakistani cricket team in New Zealand in 1995–96


In March 1996, the Pakistan national cricket team toured New Zealand for two Test matches and five ODIs. They played their first ODI against the New Zealand cricket team at the Eden Park, Auckland on 18 March 1996. They lost the match by 7 wickets. They then played three more ODI matches, winning all of them. Their final game was against the New Zealand

Pakistani cricket team in New Zealand in 2000–01


In 2000–01, the Pakistan cricket team toured New Zealand under the captaincy of Moin Khan. It was a successful tour with three Tests, five One-Day Internationals and three Twenty20 Internationals. The Test series was won 3–0 by the tourists. This was the first time in over fifty years that Pakistan had won a Test series in New Zealand

Pakistani cricket team in New Zealand in 2003–04


Pakistani cricket team played New Zealand in 2 tests, 5 one day internationals and a triangular series in 2003–04. The test series was drawn 1-1 while the ODIs and the series was won by New Zealand by 5–0 margin.

Pakistani cricket team in New Zealand in 2009–10


Pakistani cricket team in New Zealand in 2009–10. The series was won by Pakistan 2-0.

Pakistani cricket team in New Zealand in 2010–11


New Zealand cricket team travelled to Pakistan in 2010/11 to play five test matches against Pakistan team. Pakistan won the series 1-4. This was the first time since 1982/83 series between two countries.

Pakistani cricket team in New Zealand in 2014–15


The Pakistan Cricket Team is headed to New Zealand in the 2014-2015 season. They are scheduled to play 3 test matches and 2 ODI’s (One Day International) against New Zealand from November 14, 2014 to March 7, 2015. This series will be held in Christchurch, Wellington and Auckland.

2022–23 New Zealand Tri-Nation Series.

T20 series is one of the biggest event in cricket, this tournament held in Bangladesh, Pakistan and New Zealand. In this tournament, three nations compete each other in different style. The New Zealand, Pakistan and Bangladesh team won 3 out of 4 matches.

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