England vs New Zealand: James Anderson Becomes Only Third Bowler To Achieve Rare Landmark In Tests

England vs New Zealand: James Anderson Becomes Only Third Bowler To Achieve Rare Landmark In Tests

James Anderson At lunch on the fourth day of the second Test, England reduced New Zealand to 27-1 in their second innings to take their 650th Test wicket. Anderson was gifted his historic wicket as the New Zealand opener. Tom Latham Left a straight ball that went into his stumps. The 39-year-old fast bowler is only the third man to reach the historic spot after the spin legends. Shane Warren And Mathia Murli Dharn.

Anderson’s milestone came months after he admitted that he was “praying” that his international career did not end with his decision to leave for the West Indies.

The new captain restored the team. Ben StokesAnderson looks as good as ever and his experience will be crucial if England are to win their first Test series since January 2021.

England are locked in a thrilling battle after being bowled out for 539 by New Zealand in Monday morning’s session at Trent Bridge.

Joe Root He scored a magnificent 176 runs Ben Fox After a total score of 553 in their first innings, New Zealand added 56 runs to ensure a 14-run lead.

New Zealand’s cautious start in the second innings gave it a 41-run lead over England. Will Young Unbeaten on six runs Devon Conway 17 not out.

The tense last overs before lunch was a great deal for the run-up to the run that preceded it.

After Root’s fastest Test century and Oli Pope’s 145, England started the fourth day at 473-5 on Sunday, scoring 383 runs.

Root restarted at 163 and Focus 24, while New Zealand suffered a setback when Kyle Jameson was ruled out on the fourth day while the fast bowler was awaiting the results of a back injury scan he was scheduled to perform on Sunday. Were intact.

Fox attacked. Tim Southee After hitting two fours in the first over of the day, the astonishing fast bowler returned to the pavilion after scoring 12 runs.

The shell was started with the new coach in mind. Brendan McCullumThe desire to play aggressively for England at all times.

– provocative root –

Root joined the party with a provocative reverse scope against Southee who flew high for six on the slip cordon, his first Test maximum in India since February 2021.

No mercy was shown by Root, who scored 500 four minutes later.

Only the seventh time in the history of Tests in England that both teams scored more than 500 runs in the first innings.

Fox smashed the square to reach a magnificent hundred partnership with Root and then scored another 50 off his boundary, which felt like a blink of an eye.

Trent Bolt Eventually the bleeding stopped when he knocked out Root, who chipped Southee on the cover after chasing a wide delivery.

In desperation, tapping the bat against his pad, Root set out for 23 for five.

Stuart Broad Michael Bracewell dies trying to encircle as his outer edge develops a one-handed diving catch Daryl MitchellA great piece of fielding on differences with many drops from both teams in the first three days.

Fox was ahead, easily run out after Tim Nichols and Bracewell. Matthew Potts Returned after initially leaving for a quick single.

Bolt took his fifth wicket, bowling cleanly to Potts, before Bracewell stumped Anderson to end the innings.

England got off to a flying start in New Zealand’s second innings when Tom Latham (4) strangely dropped Anderson’s straight ball and saw his stump fly.

Anderson pushed the ball towards the crowd to acknowledge the great joy of the Lancashire fast bowler’s milestone wicket.


Trent Bridge had been a batting paradise for three days, but New Zealand were concerned that the ball was moving significantly more under Monday’s cloudy sky.

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