Williamson falls as England remove New Zealand top order

22 Novembre, 2019, 15:51 | Auteur: Adelaide Bullion
  • 4:27                                            Tim Southee says New Zealand have great competition for bowling spots ahead of the Test series against England

Mount Maunganui - England took the prized wicket of New Zealand skipper Kane Williamson to narrowly claim the honours on day two of the first Test as the hosts rued a missed review and were almost made to pay for signing too many autographs.

After New Zealand slumped to 106 for three, Williamson had been leading New Zealand's recovery when he was removed for 51. At Stumps on Day 2, New Zealand were still trailing by 209 runs in reply to England's first innings score of 353.

Henry Nicholls survived a scare in the penultimate over of the day when he was hit on the helmet by England fast bowler Joffra Archer, but finished the day unbeaten on 26 while BJ Watling is not out 6.

Skipper Kane Williamson then took the mantle in his hands and alongside experienced Ross Taylor, took New Zealand's total past 100 run-mark.

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Santner had to stop signing autographs, leap the advertising hoardings and enter the playing area to take the catch, which appeared to contradict rules about player movement and a batter's right to know field placements.

England started the day at 241 for four, but lost four wickets in the space of 18 runs, before a 52-run ninth wicket stand bolstered their innings.

After Southee dismissed Pope (29) and Curran in successive balls, Archer staved off the hat-trick but was gone two balls later, while Wagner accounted for Buttler (43) and Stuart Broad (one).

Buttler's partnership with Leach thwarted New Zealand's push to bowl them out before lunch after Tim Southee sparked a mini-collapse with three quick wickets and a sharp catch in the slips.



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