Babar Azam’s gut-feel review earns Pakistan a wicket

Devon Conway brought up his fourth Test hundred, which took New Zealand past 200 and set them up with a solid foundation, only for it to dismantle in the final session as Pakistan, led by Agha Salman’s triple strike, took wickets in a heap. The credit for one of Salman’s wickets goes to skipper Babar Azam, because no one except him seemed to have heard the feather of an edge as the ball went past Henry Nicholls’ bat. Babar took the review based on his gut feel, and hotspot indeed caught a murmur.