දෙවන ටෙස්ට් තරගයේ වැඩි වාසි නවසීලන්තයට

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Zimbabwe's batsman PJ Moor (L) reacts during the third day of the second test in a series of two matches, where New Zealand lead hosts Zimbabwe 1-0, at the Queens Sports Club in Bulawayo on August 8, 2016. / AFP PHOTO / JEKESAI NJIKIZANA

නවසීලන්ත – සිම්බාබ්වේ දෙවන ටෙස්ට් ක්‍රිකට් තරගයේ සිව්වන දිනය නිමා වුනේ ජයග්‍රහණය සදහා ලකුණු 387ක ඉලක්කයක් හබා යමින් සිටි සිම්බාබ්වේ කණ්‌ඩායම සිය දෙවන ඉනිම සදහා කඩුළු 3ක් දැවී ලකුණු 58ක් ලබාගෙන සිටියදී.

Zimbabwe's batsman Tinotenda Mawoyo competes during the fourth day of the second test in a series of two matches between New Zealand and host Zimbabwe on August 9 2016 at the Queens Sports Club in Bulawayo. / AFP PHOTO / JEKESAI NJIKIZANA
Zimbabwe’s batsman Tinotenda Mawoyo competes during the fourth day of the second test in a series of two matches between New Zealand and host Zimbabwe on August 9 2016 at the Queens Sports Club in Bulawayo. / AFP PHOTO / JEKESAI NJIKIZANA

ඊයේ දිනයේදී තරගය ආරම්භ කරනවිට සිම්බාබ්වේ කණ්ඩායම සිය පළමු ඉනිම සදහා කඩුලු 6ක් දැවී ලකුණු 305ක් ලබාගෙන සිටියා. මුළු ලකුණු සංඛ්‍යාවට තවත් ලකුණු 57ක් එක්වෙද්දී ඔවුන්ගේ අවසන් කඩුලු 4 දවා ගන්නට නවසීලන්ත පන්දු යවන්නන් සමත්වුනා.

සිය ටෙස්ට් දිවියේ ඉහලම ලකුණු සංඛ්‍යාව ලෙස ක්‍රෙග් අර්වින් ලකුණු 146ක් රැස් කළා. පීටර් මුවර් ලකුණු 71කින් සහ චාමු චිබාබා ලකුණු 60කින් සිය කණ්ඩායමට දායකත්වය ලබා දුන්නා.

පන්දු යැවීමේදී ඉෂ් ශෝධි කඩුලු 4ක් දවා ගත්තා.ඊට අමතරව සැන්ට්නර් සහ වැග්නර් කඩුලු දෙක බැගින් බිඳ හෙලුවා.
අනතුරුව දෙවන ඉනිම සදහා පන්දුවට පහරදුන් නවසීලන්තය කඩුලු දෙකක් දැවී ලකුණු 166ක් ලබාගෙන ඉනිම අත්හිටුවීමට තීරණය කළා.

කෙන් විලියම්සන් නොදැවී ලකුණු 68යි. රොස් ටේලර් නොදැවී ලකුණු 67යි. ඔවුන් සිය පළමු ඉනිමට කඩුලු 4ක් දැවී ලකුණු 582ක් ලබාගෙන ඉනිම අත්හිටුවීමට තීරණය කළා.

ඒ අනුව සිම්බාබ්වේ කණ්ඩායමට මෙම තරගයෙන් ජයගැනීම සදහා තවත් ලකුණු 329ක් ලබාගත යුතු වනවා.

Zimbabwe's batsman Tinotenda Mawoyo ducks a short ball during the third day of the second test cricket match between New Zealand and Zimbabwe at the Queens Sports Club in Bulawayo, on August 8 2016. / AFP / JEKESAI NJIKIZANA (Photo credit should read JEKESAI NJIKIZANA/AFP/Getty Images)
Zimbabwe’s batsman Tinotenda Mawoyo ducks a short ball during the third day of the second test cricket match between New Zealand and Zimbabwe at the Queens Sports Club in Bulawayo, on August 8 2016. / AFP / JEKESAI NJIKIZANA (Photo credit should read JEKESAI NJIKIZANA/AFP/Getty Images)
New Zealand's bowler Tim Southee (R) celebrates a wicket during the third day of the second test cricket match between New Zealand and Zimbabwe at the Queens Sports Club in Bulawayo, on August 8 2016. / AFP / JEKESAI NJIKIZANA (Photo credit should read JEKESAI NJIKIZANA/AFP/Getty Images)
New Zealand’s bowler Tim Southee (R) celebrates a wicket during the third day of the second test cricket match between New Zealand and Zimbabwe at the Queens Sports Club in Bulawayo, on August 8 2016. / AFP / JEKESAI NJIKIZANA (Photo credit should read JEKESAI NJIKIZANA/AFP/Getty Images)
Zimbabwe's batsman Craig Ervine celebrates his century during the third day of the second test in a series of two matches, where New Zealand lead hosts Zimbabwe 1-0, at the Queens Sports Club in Bulawayo on August 8, 2016. / AFP PHOTO / JEKESAI NJIKIZANA
Zimbabwe’s batsman Craig Ervine celebrates his century during the third day of the second test in a series of two matches, where New Zealand lead hosts Zimbabwe 1-0, at the Queens Sports Club in Bulawayo on August 8, 2016. / AFP PHOTO / JEKESAI NJIKIZANA
Zimbabwe's bowler Michael Chinouya (R) gestures during the fourth day of the second test in a series of two matches where New Zealand lead hosts Zimbabwe 1-0 at the Queens Sports Club in Bulawayo, on August 9 2016. / AFP PHOTO / JEKESAI NJIKIZANA
Zimbabwe’s bowler Michael Chinouya (R) gestures during the fourth day of the second test in a series of two matches where New Zealand lead hosts Zimbabwe 1-0 at the Queens Sports Club in Bulawayo, on August 9 2016. / AFP PHOTO / JEKESAI NJIKIZANA
New Zealand's batsman Ross Taylor eyes the ball during the fourth day of the second test in a series of two matches where New Zealand lead hosts Zimbabwe 1-0 at the Queens Sports Club in Bulawayo, on August 9, 2016. / AFP PHOTO / JEKESAI NJIKIZANA
New Zealand’s batsman Ross Taylor eyes the ball during the fourth day of the second test in a series of two matches where New Zealand lead hosts Zimbabwe 1-0 at the Queens Sports Club in Bulawayo, on August 9, 2016. / AFP PHOTO / JEKESAI NJIKIZANA
New Zealand's batsman Kane Williamson (L) in action as bowler Chamunorwa Justice Chibhabha looks on during the fourth day of the second test in a series of two matches where New Zealand lead hosts Zimbabwe 1-0 at the Queens Sports Club in Bulawayo, on August 9, 2016. / AFP PHOTO / JEKESAI NJIKIZANA
New Zealand’s batsman Kane Williamson (L) in action as bowler Chamunorwa Justice Chibhabha looks on during the fourth day of the second test in a series of two matches where New Zealand lead hosts Zimbabwe 1-0 at the Queens Sports Club in Bulawayo, on August 9, 2016. / AFP PHOTO / JEKESAI NJIKIZANA

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