Star of day four Danish Kaneria didnt play in the first Test as Pakistan opted for Saeed Ajmal. However, for this Test Pakistan brought in Kaneria and he bowled really well. It was a seaming pitch and Kaneria bowled with good control and variations throughout the Test. Kaneria took 3-6 in first innings. And on day four as Pakistan looked to wrap up New Zealand innings, Kaneria stood up once again and delivered despite tough conditions for spinners and made good use of the flight. Grant Elliot was Kanerias first victim of the day when the batsmen swept a ball back onto his stumps. Soon after lunch, Kaneria bowled a perfect leg spinner as Brendon McCullum edged him to Kamran Akmal as New Zealand slide continued. This dismissal gave Kaneria his 237th Test wicket taking the leg-spinner to fourth on the list of Pakistans leading Test wicket-takers behind Wasim Akram, Waqar Younis and Imran Khan. Kaneria then removed Daryl Tuffey for his third wicket of the day as Mohammad Asif wrapped up New Zealand innings from the other end as Pakistan gained victory by 141 runs. Kaneria ended the innings with 3-74 as he played a vital role in Pakistans series levelling victory. It was nice to see Danish Kaneria standing up and being counted. He is the senior most bowler in the side and should lead the show like this more consistently rather than experimenting too often. The good thing about Kanerias performance was that he took six wickets in the match on a pitch which wasnt conducive for spinners, and he complimented the Pakistan seamers well. For Pakistans sake its hoped that he keeps up his good performance as Pakistan aim to win the third Test and take the series in Napier. Pakistan pulverise Black Caps Pakistan have bounced back in a fabulous way after losing the first Test. This win by Pakistan has levelled the series at 1-1 setting up the final Test at Napier as the final. The day four started with New Zealand at 70-3. Mohammad Aamer started the show for Pakistan when he removed Peter Fulton. However, Ross Taylor continued to fight a lone battle from the other end. He completed his eighth Test half century as his innings was filled with some impressive boundaries all round the ground. But from the other end the wickets kept on falling. Kaneria bowled well for Pakistan as he accounted for the main players like Grant Elliot and Brendon McCullum while Aamer removed Taylor for a well made 97 as Kiwis slipped further. Pakistan fielding was once again pathetic. Kaneria used his variations to perfection but it was Mohammad Asif who returned to wrap up the proceedings after lunch taking wickets of Daniel Vettori and Ian OBrien. Man of the match Mohammad Asif returned with excellent figures of 5-67 taking nine wickets in the match while Kaneria took 3-74 and Aamer took 2-64 as Pakistan won in style. Pakistans bowling was their biggest positive as all the bowlers chipped in did well. In batting the Akmal brothers and Mohammad Yousuf were the standouts. Pakistan seriously need to look into their fielding and application of some batsmen if they are to do well in the third Test.