On the first day of the first Test between Pakistan and New Zealand in Karachi, a Kiwi wicketkeeper named Tom Blundell accomplished a feat never before accomplished in 145 years of Men's Test cricket.

On the first day of the first Test between Pakistan and New Zealand in Karachi, a Kiwi wicketkeeper named Tom Blundell accomplished a feat never before accomplished in 145 years of Men's Test cricket.

While New Zealand returned to Pakistan for a Test series for the first time since 2002 before the coin toss, history was created

While New Zealand returned to Pakistan for a Test series for the first time since 2002 before the coin toss, history was created

A first in Men's Test cricket occurred during the first session after Pakistan veteran Sarfaraz Ahmed was called up for what would be his first Test on home soil in his 50th appearance.

A first in Men's Test cricket occurred during the first session after Pakistan veteran Sarfaraz Ahmed was called up for what would be his first Test on home soil in his 50th appearance.

Tim Southee, the captain of the Kiwi team, sent veteran spinner Ajaz Patel into the attack in the day's fourth over. Blundell outstunned Abdullah Shafique for seven shortly after the decision was made.

Tim Southee, the captain of the Kiwi team, sent veteran spinner Ajaz Patel into the attack in the day's fourth over. Blundell outstunned Abdullah Shafique for seven shortly after the decision was made.

Three overs later, the Kiwis got their second wicket, and this time it was Shan Masood who perished. Blundell stumped the left-hander off the bowling of Michael Bracewell.

Three overs later, the Kiwis got their second wicket, and this time it was Shan Masood who perished. Blundell stumped the left-hander off the bowling of Michael Bracewell.

It meant that the first two outs of the Test had been stumpings, a feat that had never been accomplished for men at the Test level.

It meant that the first two outs of the Test had been stumpings, a feat that had never been accomplished for men at the Test level.

It meant that the first two outs of the Test had been stumpings, a feat that had never been accomplished for men at the Test level.

It meant that the first two outs of the Test had been stumpings, a feat that had never been accomplished for men at the Test level.