New Zealand vs England 1st Test 2019 Result: Kiwis Take 1–0 Lead in Series After Defeating Joe Root-Led Side by an Innings and 65 Runs
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New Zealand defeated England by an innings and 65 runs in the first Test match at Bay Oval in Mount Maunganui. On the fifth and the final Day of NZ vs ENG 1st Test 2019, England were trailing by 101 runs with just 2 wickets left after the 2nd session. Kiwis took both the wickets to win the match take 1-0 lead in the Test series 2019. Neil Wagner took five wickets in the second innings. Neil Wagner's five-wicket haul saw him crushing Jofra Archer and Stuart Broad in consecutive deliveries. He bagged victory for New Zealand in the first Test game in style.  New Zealand vs England, 1st Test Match 2019, Day 5 Live Streaming on Hotstar: How to Watch Free Live Telecast of NZ vs ENG on TV & Cricket Score Updates in India Online. 

In the first innings, England scored 353 for 10 wickets. Ben Stokes was high scorer with 91. Later, hosts New Zealand scored massive 615-9 in the first innings. England went into pressure in the 2nd innings due to the mammoth lead over them and were bowled out for just 197 runs. Mitchell Santner took 3 wickets in the second innings. Kiwi wicketkeeper BJ Watling, who smashed 205 in the first innings, was the ultimate champion for hosts New Zealand. New Zealand Vs England, Highlights And Cricket Score 1st Test Match - Full ScoreCard. 

Tim Southee showed great bowling in the first innings by taking 4 wickets. Neil Wagner took 3 wickets in the first innings. He took  8 wickets in the match in total. Mitchell Santner hit 126 in the lone innings which New Zealand played and also took 3 wickets in England's 2nd innings. He went wicket-less in the first innings.

Now the second Test will be played at Seddon Park in Hamilton which starts on November 29. Earlier, New Zealand lost the T20I series 3-2 after a nail-biting final which saw England winning in super over. The two-match Test series will conclude England tour of New Zealand 2019.