Watch: The battle between Stuart Broad and Neil Wagner has once again entertained the fans


The 1st Test between England and New Zealand is getting heated up every day. The skipper of the New Zealand cricket team, Kane Williamson opted to bat first after winning the toss. They got a good start to their innings as Tom Latham and the debutant Devon Conway added 58 runs for the first wicket partnership. Ollie Robinson picked the first wicket for his team and sent Tom Lathan back to the pavilion.

Kane Williamson joined with Devon Conway but failed to contribute with the bat. He went back to the pavilion with the numbers of 13 and Ross Taylor also followed him after scoring 14 runs for his team. After that, Henry Nicholls played a crucial role in the middle and steadied the ship along with Devon Conway by adding 174 runs for the fourth wicket partnership. Devon Conway reached his maiden double century in his debut game which will be one of the unforgettable moment for him.  

The battle between Stuart Broad and Neil Wagner continues:

The left-hander adding runs on one end whereas both the English bowler's Mark Wood and Ollie Robinson going through the lower-order and cleared all of them with single-digit scores except Neil Wagner. He entertained the fans for a while and added 25 runs on the board.

Now England had to get 378 runs to take the lead from the visitors. Kyle Jamieson opened the account for New Zealand by sending back Dominic Sibley for a duck. Zak Crawley also departed after getting two runs to his name. Then Joe Root and Rory Burns played a vital role in the middle and added 93 runs for the 3rd wicket. Kane Williamson once again gave the ball to Kyle Jamieson who went on to get the breakthrough for his side by removing the opposition skipper Joe Root.

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Ollie Pope played a little cameo and scored 22 runs before being dismissed by Tim Southee. After that, the right-arm pacer continued to dominate the opposition batting alley and scalped 6 wickets to his bag. With the help of Tim Southee's brilliant spell, New Zealand make the hosts all-out for 275 and got a lead of 103 runs on the board.

Besides, the battle between Stuart Broad and Neil Wagner has once again grabbed the headlines. Stuart Broad smashed a six off Neil Wagner's spell and thought that he gets back the revenge from him. But the scene was not completed yet as Neil Wagner had other ideas on his mind. He steered through the stumps of Stuart Broad off the very next ball and sent him back to the dressing room. 

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