New Delhi. New Zealand’s second innings ended on 285 runs on the third day of the ongoing Lord’s Test match between New Zealand and England. England took a 9-run lead in the first innings. In this way, New Zealand has given a target of 277 runs to England. Darryl Mitchell scored the highest 108 runs for New Zealand. 12 fours were also included in this century innings. Today is the third day of the test match and now the test match has reached an exciting position.
Tom Blundell missed a century
Apart from Mitchell, Tom Blundell also played an important innings of 96 runs. The top 4 definitely missed a century, but thanks to this innings, New Zealand’s team was able to give a tough target to England. In this innings of 96 runs, Tom faced 198 balls and hit 12 fours.
Bad start for New Zealand
Like the first innings, New Zealand had a very poor start in the second innings. New Zealand got the first blow in the form of Will Young on the score of 5 runs. Captain Williamson too could not do much and got out on a personal score of 15 runs. At that time the team’s score was only 30 runs.
3-3 for Broad and Potts
Stuart Broad and Matty Potts took 3 wickets each for England. While James Anderson took 2 wickets. Apart from Mitchell and Blundett, no other batsman could do anything special for New Zealand. After these two, Tim Southee scored the most runs. He scored 21 runs off 26 balls. In this way the entire team of New Zealand was all out for 285 runs in 91.3 overs. Till the time of writing the news, England had scored 18 runs in 5 overs without any loss in the second innings.
FIRST PUBLISHED : June 04, 2022, 17:54 IST