Second Test Day 5 Highlights New Zealand vs. England : In the second Test against England at the Basin Reserve in Wellington, Neil Wagner took four wickets, including the crucial one of James Anderson, to help New Zealand win and tie the series. With a target of 258 and a score of 48/1, England began play on Day 5 after Zak Crawley was dismissed on Monday. England needed two runs to win when Tim Southee overcame Ben Foakes when Wagner ruthlessly dismissed Anderson, leading off boisterous Kiwi celebrations.
In the first test, record-breaker Kane Williamson batted a magnificent century on Monday to lead New Zealand to a total of 483 runs in their second innings, giving England a target of 258 runs to win in Wellington. The hosts rallied back after being asked to follow on as former captain Williamson scored 132 and Tom Blundell was the last man standing with a score of 90.
Highlights from Day 5 of the second test between New Zealand and England: At the Basin Reserve in Wellington, Neil Wagner’s four-wicket haul, which included the crucial dismissal of James Anderson, helped New Zealand defeat England and tie the series.
Read More : New Zealand beat England by 258 runs in the second Test thanks to Kane Williamson’s century.