Pakistan were at long last ready to send the Kiwis back to the structure for an amazing 431 sudden spikes in demand for the second day of the primary Test coordinate on Sunday.
After continuing the day at 222 for three New Zealand lost their last seven wickets for the expansion of 209 runs.
Kane Williamson was out for 129, his 23rd century, while BJ Watling made 73, Ross Taylor 70 and Henry Nicholls 56.
For Pakistan, Shaheen Afridi took four for 109 and Yasir Shah three for 113.
Pakistan have 80 minutes to bat before stumps.
After a since a long time ago, created innings Williamson was out before lunch for 129 after a 133-run represent the fourth wicket with Henry Nicholls.
As downpour mists drifted near the ground where Watling scored a twofold century against England a year prior, the wicketkeeper was untroubled as he got ones and twos with a periodic boundary.
The first wicket to fall among lunch and tea was Mitchell Santner, who remained in a 261-run remain with Watling in the England Test and who looked set again as he freshly moved to 19.
But he was unable to oppose slicing at a wide conveyance from Faheem Ashraf and the ball was edged to Mohammad Rizwan behind the stumps.
All-rounder Kyle Jamieson gave Mohammad Abbas his first wicket and Rizwan his third catch to be out not long before tea for 32.
Although the pitch not, at this point offered bleeding edge bowlers Shaheen Afridi and Abbas a similar swing and crease they appreciated right off the bat, they kept on requesting regard from the batsmen with testing lines.
However, it was the more costly Naseem Shah and Yasir Shah alongside Ashraf who got the early wickets on day two.
Nicholls takeoff was odd as he was given out got off the gloves from the bowling of Naseem Shah.
He talked finally with Williamson prior to choosing not to survey the choice and strolled off.
Replays, be that as it may, demonstrated the ball hit his lower arm and didn’t contact either bat or glove.
When Yasir Shah came into the assault he got Williamson’s wicket with his third ball which went enough to discover an edge for Haris Sohail to take a sharp, ground-level catch.
It was a strange slip by from the New Zealand skipper who, up to that point, had played a decided and danger free innings for his 23rd Test century.