Paceman Tim Southee claimed three late wickets as New Zealand
reduced England to 180 for six on a dramatic third day of the
first test at Lord's.
Ross Taylor's fluent 66 lifted New Zealand to 153 for four in
reply to England's 232 on a fluctuating second day of the
first test at Lord's on Friday.
Disappointment has been raised about the state of the Lord's
pitch, despite the inclement conditions faced by the ground
staff to prepare a test-quality strip.
Trent Boult chose Lord's of all settings to reiterate he is
capable of dismissing the world's best test batsmen.
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