The joy which came with Pakistan's win against New Zealand in the second ODI was overshadowed by what looked like a awful injury to opener Imam-ul-Haq. Rain halted the play with New Zealand 35/1 in 6.5 overs and after a lengthy delay, the ground was deemed unfit for the match to resume and the series ended at 1-1.
Shaheen's 4-38 kept New Zealand down to 209-9 in their 50 overs before Zaman returned to form with a run-a-ball 88 for his seventh fifty to guide Pakistan to their target for the loss of four wickets in 40.3 overs.
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Afridi bowled intelligently upfront when he had free scoring Colin Munro (13) caught at mid-off in his first over.
"We wanted to stage a comeback and the team did well to do that", said Pakistan captain Sarfraz Ahmed.
Zaman hit eight boundaries in his eighth one-day half-century before being caught on the long-on boundary off Colin de Grandhomme for 65.
Sohail was dismissed after a brisk innings of 60 runs off just 59 deliveries.
Opening batsman Imam-ul-Haq, who was struck on the helmet and retired hurt during the second ODI against New Zealand on Friday, will likely open the innings with Azhar Ali, with Mohammad Hafeez another option.
New Zealand were without their skipper Kane Williamson who pulled out with a groin injury with Tom Latham leading the side.