james anderson stuart broad shine as england beat new zealand by 267 runs in day night test harry brook named player of the match


England won day night test match in 4 days
Harry Brook became the player of the match
Anderson-Broad pair created a ruckus

New Delhi. The New Zealand cricket team has faced a humiliating defeat at home. On the fourth day of the Day Night Test (NZ vs ENG) played at Mound Maunganui, England defeated the Kiwis and took a 1-0 lead in the 2-match Test series. England, captained by Ben Stokes, had given the hosts a target of 394 runs. In reply, the Kiwi team got bundled out for 126 runs and lost the match by 267 runs. The New Zealand team, playing under the captaincy of Tim Southee, easily put up arms with the British in the second innings.

Alam was that in the second innings only 3 Kiwi batters could touch the double figure. The pair of experienced pacer James Anderson and Stuart Broad took 4-4 wickets in the second innings. Emerging batsman Harry Brook was adjudged Player of the Match for his brilliant innings. Brook continues to perform well. He was bought by Sunrisers Hyderabad in IPL auction 2023.

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England had a 19-run lead in the first innings
Batting first, England declared their first innings by scoring 325 runs for 9 wickets. In the first innings for the visiting team, opener Ben Duckett scored 84 while young batsman Harry Brook scored 89 runs. In response, New Zealand scored 306 runs in their first innings on the basis of wicketkeeper Tom Blundell’s 138 and Devon Conway’s 77 runs. The Kiwi team fell behind by 19 runs from the total number of runs scored in the first innings of the host England. In the first innings for England, Oli Robinson took the maximum 4 wickets while James Anderson took 3 wickets.

James Anderson and Stuart Broad shook the Kiwi innings
In the second innings, England scored 374 runs with the help of half-centuries from Harry Brook, Joe Root and James Fox. Oli Pope contributed 49 runs. After gaining a 19-run lead in the first innings, England had set a target of 394 runs in front of the Kiwis. In the second innings, on the basis of the deadly bowling of Broad and Anderson, at one time New Zealand’s 9 batters had returned to the pavilion within 100 runs. For the last wicket, Daryl Mitchell and Tickner shared an important partnership to take the team’s score to 126. Mitchell returned unbeaten after scoring 57 runs.

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