England lead New Zealand by 115 runs after Stuart Broad takes 4-38 on day two of the second Test



It looked for all the world here on the second day of the final Test that Stuart Broad was embarking on one of those irresistible rolls that invariably end with him winning a Test almost single-handedly.
Three wickets had fallen to Broad, still taking the new ball, within the first 10 overs of New Zealand’s reply to England’s 307 and, with Jimmy Anderson also striking, a cure to their infamous travel sickness appeared to have been found.
Alas, even though Anderson followed it by claiming the all-important wicket of Kane Williamson just after lunch to leave New Zealand 36 for five, England... read more

 
31 March 2018 in Sport, Views: 42
Source: Daily Mail
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