England vs New Zealand Wellington Test: New Zealand defeated England by 1 run in a thrilling match in the second Test played in Wellington. After this victory, New Zealand made the 2 test match series 1-1. The excitement was at its peak in the second test. Till the end it was not decided whether England would win or New Zealand. But in the end, the Kiwi team was successful in registering a win in the second match. Kane Williamson and Neil Wagner were instrumental in helping New Zealand win the second Test. The series of two Test matches played between the two countries was drawn 1-1. The special thing about the Wellington Test was that New Zealand defeated England after playing fall on.
Root’s innings wasted in front of Wagner
Joe Root, who scored an unbeaten 153 in the first innings, was successful in batting brilliantly in the second innings as well. During this, he made it easy for England to win by sharing a 121-run partnership for the sixth wicket with captain Ben Stokes. He scored 95 runs in the second innings. At one time it seemed that the England team would easily win the second Test. But Wagner got New Zealand back by dismissing Joe Root and Ben Stokes.
However, after this Ben Fox came in the way. But Tim Southee got him out. After this, Stuart Broad and Jack Leach tried to snatch the match from New Zealand. Matt Henry walks Broad. In the final moments, James Anderson made New Zealand’s heart beat by hitting a four. There was still one run left to win. In such a situation, Wagner, who was bowling, gave his team a 1-run victory by dismissing Anderson.
New Zealand won the match after follow on
In the second match played in Wellington, England declared the first innings by scoring 435 runs for 8 wickets. New Zealand got piled on just 209 runs in their first innings. After which England gave follow-on to New Zealand. The New Zealand team made a good start while playing the follow-on. Tom Latham and Devon Conway, who came to open the innings, added 149 runs for the first wicket. While batting at number three, Kane Williamson played a brilliant inning of 132 runs. Tom Blundell scored 90 runs in the middle order. If we look at New Zealand’s score card, Tom Latham, Devon Conway, Daryl Mitchell and Tom Blundell were successful in scoring half-centuries. In this way, the Kiwi team scored 483 runs in their second innings and gave a target of 258 runs to England.
England were able to make 256
Chasing the target of 258 runs for the win, the England team was able to score 256 runs in their second innings. In this way, New Zealand won this match by 1 run. Joe Root was the top scorer in the second innings for England. He scored 95 runs. Apart from Root, Ben Fox scored 35 while Ben Duckett and Ben Stokes scored 33-33 runs. While bowling well for New Zealand, Neil Wagner took the maximum four wickets in England’s second innings. Kane Williamson, who played an innings of 132 runs in this match, was given the Player of the Match award.
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