Initially given not-out by the umpire, the DRS helped Paksitan get rid of James Neesham through a leg-before © Getty Images (File Photo)
Initially given not-out by the umpire, the DRS helped Pakistan get rid of James Neesham through a leg-before © Getty Images (File Photo)

Dec 8, 2014

New Zealand Batsman, James Neesham was dismissed for a golden duck in the first of the five-match ODI series against Pakistan at the Dubai Sports Complex in Dubai on Monday. He was trapped leg-before by Shahid Afridi for none after facing eight deliveries. Initially given not out by the umpire, Aleem Dar, skipper Misbah ul Haq went for the review and confirmed it was out and umpire had to change his decision.

Currently New Zealand are 114 for the loss of five after 29 overs with Ross Taylor nearing his half-century and batting on 42 while wicketkeeper-batsman, Luke Ronchi comes to the middle.

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