SHARJAH: Shoaib Malik and Asif Ali’s late-over heroics saw Pakistan through to victory against New Zealand on Tuesday, as the Men In Green picked up their second straight win in the Super 12 stage of the Twenty20 World Cup. Earlier, Pakistan had produced another disciplined bowling display to limit New Zealand to 134-8. Boosted after their brilliant performance in the 10-wicket win over arch-rivals India on Sunday, Pakistan were this time led by fast bowler Haris Rauf who finished with 4-22. Devon Conway and Daryl Mitchell were joint top-scorers with 27 each while skipper Kane Williamson made a laborious 26-ball 25. Pakistan applied the pressure right from the start as left-arm paceman Shaheen Shah Afridi, whose three wickets against India earned him player of the match, bowled a maiden first over. New Zealand reached 36 without loss when Rauf bowled Martin Guptill off his pads for 17. He also accounted for Conway and Glenn Phillips (13) in one over as New Zealand failed to lift the tempo at any stage. Rauf also dismissed Mitchell Santner (six) with the last ball of the final over. Shaheen finished with 1-21 while spinners Mohammad Hafeez and Imad Wasim also took a wicket each. Pakistan kept the same team that won against India. Babar, speaking during the post-match presentation, said every victory boosts the team’s momentum, and Pakistan would take this confidence forward. “This was a team effort — the way the bowlers bowled, spinners and Shaheen [bowled well], while Haris was outstanding,” the skipper said. The skipper especially mentioned the team’s fielding, saying that due to excellent fielding, Pakistan was able to restrict New Zealand to a low total. Babar lauded Malik and Asif for their last over heroics.