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Pakistan vs New Zealand 1st ODI Result Scores: New Zealand ended an 11-match losing streak in emphatic fashion on Saturday, crushing Pakistan by nine wickets in their first one-day international at Westpac Stadium.

Pakistan vs New Zealand(NZ v PAK) 1st ODI Live Scores, Full Scorecard: Tim Southee grabbed a 5 wicket haul as Pakistan were dismissed in the 38th over in the first ODI against New Zealand at Wellington on Saturday. Earlier, Pakistan skipper Shahid Afridi won the toss and elected to bat first.

New Zealand have named a 12-man squad for the first two One-Day Internationals against Pakistan, leaving out Kyle Mills, Kane Williamson and Luke Woodcock from the 15-man World Cup squad.

Pakistan clinched a 1-0 series win and its first test series victory for five years by securing a draw against New Zealand in the second test which ended Wednesday.

A strong innings by Younis Khan has positioned Pakistan to push for victory over New Zealand in the final session of the second test. Younis was out on the final ball before tea Wednesday after making 81, guiding Pakistan to 160-4 at the interval, chasing a target of 274 for victory and a 2-0 series clean sweep.

New Zealand vs Pakistan 2nd Test Live Scores: Left-arm spinner Abdur Rehman struck twice in the afternoon session as Pakistan slowed New Zealand's bid to build a big lead on the fourth day of the second Test on Tuesday.

New Zealand vs Pakistan 2nd Test Live Scores: The fall of Younis Khan's wicket was the seventh decision that could have been overturned by the umpire review system when the Pakistan batsman was dismissed for 73 on the final ball before tea in the second Test against New Zealand on Monday.

Lahore, Jan 12 (AFP): Pakistani selectors on Wednesday retained Shahid Afridi as captain for the upcoming one-day series against New Zealand, boosting his chances of leading the side in next month's World Cup.

New Zealand had a disastrous collapse with the bat to fold out in 38.3 overs for 110 on the third day's play after conceding a first innings lead of 92 runs.