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  •   Home > News > Sports > Cricket

    It's been the Southee-Seifert show at Seddon Park

    It's been the Southee-Seifert show at Seddon Park


    The Black Caps have won the second Twenty20 by nine wickets against Pakistan, chasing down 164 with four balls to spare, to seal the three match series with a game in hand.

    Opening batsman Tim Seifert's finished 84 not out, with captain Kane Williamson also unbeaten on 57.

    Earlier the visitors posted 163 for six, with Tim Southee taking four for 21.

    Seifert says it's great to see those who sat out the first game contributing.



    Game three's tomorrow in Napier.

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