Quick bowler Neil Wagner was hailed as an "motivation" on Wednesday after he disregarded the agony of two broken toes to help bowl New Zealand to triumph in the principal Test.
A Shaheen Afridi yorker broke two toes in Wagner's correct foot during New Zealand's first innings yet, making due on painkilling infusions and coarseness, he bowled 21 overs in Pakistan's first innings and 28 in the second for a match take of four wickets.
Wagner vitally eliminated Fawad Alam for 102 during a long distance race 11-over illuminate late on the fifth day to snuff Pakistan's expectations of an unexpected triumph. New Zealand in the long run won by 101 runs, 27 balls from the nearby.
New Zealand chief Kane Williamson said it was an amazing execution, in spite of the fact that Wagner's heart was notable inside the group.
Pakistan captain Mohammad Rizwan stated: "I just disclosed to him he's distraught. He's an alternate person.
"His disposition is everything, his animosity is lovely."
Pakistan batsman Azhar Ali additionally said he had "enormous regard" for Wagner.
"I said that to him – that is playing for your country," Azhar said.
"I believe he's indicating that and he's a motivation, everybody realizes he has not one, but rather two, broken toes and he's battling for his group.
"He was giving 100% and possibly more than that, so I have a colossal regard for him."
Williamson said attempting to benefit from Wagner before the painkillers wore off was a special circumstance.
"Individuals talk about the size of his heart regarding what he (ordinarily) does on the cricket field yet to have a few broken toes, and he's in a great deal of torment and heading out to get infusions and desensitizing his foot, and we're attempting to utilize him," Williamson said.
"It was incredibly, extraordinary from 'Sways', one the group increased in value. We required him out there and he conveyed."