New Zealand fell 224-7 when England had a chance to chase victory in a dramatic series of close-to-time matches on day four of the second test. The Kiwis lost five 110 goals on a tense evening at Trent Bridge and entered the final day with a 238 lead. With three goals remaining, New Zealand faced a difficult period. towel on Tuesday morning as they tried to find their way to safety . Daryl Mitchell is over 32 not out, with Matt Henry on the 8th, and if England can get past the tail, they’ll enjoy me in a thrilling chase. England chased 277 to win the First Test at Lord thanks to a Joe Root century.
A second consecutive win over world champions Test will help England win the title from January 2021.
While England will be confident, they must heed the lesson of New Zealand’s sloppy second half, which included a succession of skillful eliminations and unnecessary tackles.
Anderson’s big milestone comes just months after he admitted he was “praying” his international career wouldn’t end following his decision to quit him for the West Indies tour.
He was fired for 539 during Monday morning’s session.
Root scored 176 and Ben Foakes added a lively 56 to ensure New Zealand kept its 14-run lead after a mammoth first run total of 553.
Root continued on 163 and Foakes on 24, while New Zealand suffered a blow as Kyle Jamison was dropped from day four while the speed bowler awaited scan results on the back injury he sustained. on Sunday.
Foakes attacked Tim Southee on the first day, crossed two lines when the bewildered speedballer was robbed in 12 runs.
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Root joined the group with an outrageous knockback off Southee, who flew high on the slide in his first Friday Test since February 2021 in India.
Foakes crushed four people to achieve a hundred-hundreds partnership with Root and then broke another boundary to get his 50 in a flash.
Trent Boult finally stopped the blood when he eliminated Root, who chipped away at Southee after chasing an extensive delivery.
Frustratingly slamming the cane against his pad, Root departed to spark a five-stick fall in 23 runs as Trent Boult finished with 5-106.
England got off to a good start in New Zealand’s second half when Latham oddly let the ball straight from Anderson.
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