New Zealand were reduced to 224-7 as England gave themselves a chance to win a dramatic series at the end of the fourth day of the second Test. In a tense evening session at Trent Bridge, the Kiwis lost five wickets for 110 and entered the final day with a lead of 238. With three wickets left, New Zealand faced a difficult period on Tuesday morning as they struggled to defend themselves. . Daryl Mitchell With 32 not out. Matt Henry At 8, and if England can make a splash with their tails, they will like to pursue a thrilling run. England chased 277 runs to win the first Test at Lord’s. Joe Root Century
The second consecutive victory over the Test World Champions will give England a series victory in their fist since January 2021.
While England will be confident, they should focus on New Zealand’s second innings lesson, which included consecutive outs and useless run outs.
Anderson’s milestone came just months after he admitted that he was “praying” and his international career did not end with the decision to leave him on a tour of the West Indies.
England were bowled out for 539 in Monday morning’s session.
Root 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.
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.
Nervous New Zealand
Root joined the party with a provocative reverse scope against Southee, who flew high on the slip cordon for his first Test six in India since February 2021.
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.
Hitting the bat against his pads in frustration, Root set out for 23 for five when Trent Bolt finished 5-106.
England made a flying start to New Zealand’s second innings when Latham strangely dropped Anderson’s straight ball.
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