New Zealand aborted its limited-overs tour to Pakistan in September due to security fears just before the toss in the first one-day international was due to take place at Rawalpindi.
Chasing 138 to win in 15 overs, New Zealand was at 61-1 in only the eighth over of the second innings when the Test finished early because of bad light.
Salman grabbed 3-55 and Naseem took 2-44 to trigger a New Zealand middle order slump, which saw the tourists lose five wickets for 45 runs during the final session, slumping from 234-1 to 279-6.
"When I entered into the 90s I got nervous for 1-2 overs, but Sarfaraz told me don’t take tension,” Shakeel said after raising his maiden Test hundred in his hometown and hitting 17 fours.
Williamson denied time was running out for his team and this group of players to win a global white-ball trophy. "I mean guys get older and that's the nature of sport," he said.
PCB new chief Sethi welcomed Afridi as head of the selection panel and hoped the committee "will make brave and bold decisions that will help us produce a strong and competitive side in the series against New Zealand.”
Williamson, who stepped down from the captaincy in his team's first Test tour to Pakistan in 20 years, capitalised on two missed stumpings to hit an unbeaten 105 as the Black Caps reached 440-6 at stumps on the third day, a lead of two runs.
The tickets will be available on a first-come-first-served basis, PCB Chairman Najam Sethi told Dawn.com. It is pertinent to mention that the Javed Miandad and Hanif Mohammad enclosures hold VIP status and their tickets are worth Rs500 per day.
New Zealand will be playing three ODIs and five Twenty20 internationals, on their first tour of Pakistan in 18 years. New Zealand players will arrive in Pakistan on Sept.11 and will play the ODI series at the Pindi Cricket Stadium on Sept.17, 19 and 21.
The New Zealand cricket team will play three ICC Men's Cricket World Cup Super League ODIs and five T20Is on their first tour of Pakistan in 18 years, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) said on Thursday while announcing the schedule of the upcoming tour.