| Updated at: 1243 PST, Thursday, December 30, 2010|
CHRISTCHURCH: Pakistan set a competitive target of 184 runs for New Zealand in an effort to win the third and final Twenty20 International as a consolation here at the AMI Stadium on Thursday.
The hosts have already won the three-match series by defeating the tourists in the first two T20Is.
Pakistan made 183 runs for six wickets after electing to bat first in the third Twenty20 match against New Zealand in Christchurch Thursday.
Pakistan opener Ahmed Shehzad made 54 while New Zealand's James Franklin took two for 12.