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New Zealand Vs England At Seddon Park, Hamilton, 29 November, 2019

29 November, 2019
Starts (IST)
Match Ended

375/10 (129.1 ov)

241/2 (75.0 ov)

2nd Test

476/10 (162.5 ov)

New Zealand drew with England

New Zealand England
375/10 (129.1 ov) - R/R 2.90 476/10 (162.5 ov) - R/R 2.92
241/2 (75.0 ov) - R/R 3.21

Match Ended

New Zealand lead by 140 runs

This Over
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Batsman Status R B 4s 6s
Kane Williamson (C) not out 104 234 11 0
Ross Taylor not out 105 186 11 2
Bowling 0 M R W
Joe Root 4 1 23 0
Current Partnership Last Wicket 28/2 (9)

208 (208) R/R: 3.15

Ross Taylor 105(186)
Kane Williamson 94(210)

Tom Latham 18(29) S.R (62.06)

c Joe Root b Chris Woakes

New Zealand vs England, Highlights, 2nd Test Day 2 at Hamilton, full cricket score: England trail by 336 runs

  • FirstCricket Staff
  • November 30th, 2019
  • 11:09:16 IST

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Day 1 Report: New Zealand’s Tom Latham managed to score his 11th Test century before heavy rain washed out the final session of the first day of the second Test against England at Seddon Park in Hamilton on Friday.

Kane Williamson (L) and Joe Root pose with the Test series trophy. AP

Kane Williamson (L) and Joe Root pose with the Test series trophy. AP

Jofra Archer bowled three deliveries of the 55th over with New Zealand unable to add to their tea score of 173-3 before rain swept across the area and ground staff rushed to cover the wicket block and parts of the outfield.

Latham was on 101, his fifth test century in his last 10 innings, while Henry Nicholls was on five when players left the field.

England had chosen a five-pronged pace attack for the match with Chris Woakes coming in for left-arm spinner Jack Leach, although Ben Stokes appeared to suffer discomfort in his left knee while bowling and only managed two overs. The team said it was unclear if he would bowl again in the innings.

Despite having first use of a pitch that often gives bowlers some assistance on the first day, England wasted their chance to hammer home the opportunity that Stuart Broad and Woakes created by dismissing Jeet Raval and Kane Williamson in the first hour.

Raval (five) and Williamson (four) were both snapped up by Root in the slips before Ross Taylor (53) and Latham combined for a 116-run partnership to drag their side back into the match.

Taylor was the only wicket to fall in the middle session when he was caught by Root on the ball after he brought up his 32nd Test half-century.

Latham’s 11th Test century was hardly chanceless but he rode his luck throughout the day.

England could have had a dream first session when Latham was given out lbw for 49 to Woakes in the final over before lunch only to have the decision overturned on review.

Latham continued to ride his luck after lunch when he was dropped at second slip by Stokes from an Archer delivery while on 66. He also had a nervous wait on 79 after England reviewed an lbw appeal from Woakes that was initially turned down. Ball-tracking technology showed the ball had pitched outside leg.

Latham reached his century in the final over before tea when he danced down the wicket to Root and punched him down through mid-on for his 15th boundary.

New Zealand won the first match of the two-Test series at Bay Oval in Mount Maunganui by an innings and 65 runs.

With inputs from Reuters  

Updated Date: November 30, 2019 11:09:16 IST

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