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NZ vs ENG: Southee’s dangerous ball hit the stump, Crawley could not even move, see

NZ vs ENG: The second Test match being played between New Zealand and England is at an exciting turn. After New Zealand’s blistering comeback on the fourth day, now the match has become a thorn. The Kiwi team has set a target of 257 runs to win this match. Chasing which England has lost 1 wicket till the end of the fourth day’s play. Opener Jack Crawley was clean bowled by captain Tim Southee.

Tim Southee hunted Zak Crawley

Actually, Kiwi team captain Tim Southee brought the 8th over in the second innings. The last ball of this over he bowled a dangerous in-swinger, on which the batsman could not even move and the ball entered the stump. The batsman looked stunned after his dismissal, while the Kiwis celebrated.

new zealand vs england 2nd test score

In this match, England scored 435 runs losing 8 wickets while batting first after losing the toss. After this, while bowling, New Zealand were bundled out for 209 runs. The English team then fed New Zealand a follow-on. In the second innings, New Zealand scored 483 runs at the loss of 10 wickets. Now England have to score 257 runs to win this match.

England need 210 runs to win

In the second Test match, New Zealand has set a target of 257 runs in front of England. Chasing this target, New Zealand has scored 48 runs at the loss of 1 wicket. The fourth day’s play is stumped. That is, England still have to score 210 runs on the last day of this match. This team still has 9 wickets in hand.

New Zealand Playing 11: Tom Latham, Devon Conway, Kane Williamson, Will Young, Henry Nicholls, Daryl Mitchell, Tom Blundell (wk), Michael Bracewell, Tim Southee (c), Matt Henry, Neil Wagner

England Playing 11: Zak Crawley, Ben Duckett, Ollie Pope, Joe Root, Harry Brook, Ben Stokes (c), Ben Foakes (wk), Ollie Robinson, Stuart Broad, Jack Leach, James Anderson


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