NZ beat ENG by 14 runs | New Zealand vs England, Highlights And Cricket Score 3rd T20I Match
England in New Zealand, 5 T20I Series, 2019Date: Nov 05, 2019 Start Time: 06:30 IST | 01:00 GMT | 14:00 Local
Venue: Saxton Oval, Nelson
Tom Latham scored a ton in the first innings and powered the Kiwis to 375 runs in the first innings. The total seemed to be a decent one. However, Joe Root scored a sensational double-ton and helped England post 476 runs in the second innings of the match.
England won the toss and invited the hosts to bat first. Riding on Tom Latham’s ton, Kiwis posted 375 in the first innings. In reply, Joe Root went back to his prime and mustered a scintillating double century to take England to a score of 476 runs.
England vs New Zealand 2nd Test 2019 witnessed brilliant show by England skipper Joe Root who smashed a double hundred on the Day 4 of the match. Root scored 226 runs before losing his wicket to Mitchell Santner. At the end of tea break on Day 4, England led by 101 runs in the first innings.
England will hope Joe Root does a BJ Watling from Bay Oval and get to a double hundred when Day 4 of the New Zealand vs England 2nd Test match commences on December 2, 2019 (Monday). NZ vs ENG 2nd Test match is being played at the Seddon Park in Hamilton. England skipper Joe Root and Ollie Pope were at the crease when stumps was called on Day 3.
New Zealand (NZ) vs England (ENG) Day 4 action will continue on Dec 2, 2019, at Seddon Park in Hamilton. On Day 3 at stumps, England scored 269/5 in reply to New Zealand 375 runs. We did not witness the full day of action as the rain came down in the 3rd session after tea.
England skipper Joe Root scored a century during NZ vs ENG 2nd Test 2019 which is being played at Hamilton. Root ton came at the right time when his team needed it. On Day 3 at stumps, England was struggling at 39/2 after losing Dominic Sibley and Joe Denly.
England survived a pace scare towards the end of Day 2 after Tim Southee and Matt Henry had reduced the visitors to 2/24. The home team also dropped opener Rory Burns twice in 10 overs with Southee and Henry being the unlucky bowlers. Earlier Tom Latham scored his 11th Test century, while BJ Watling and Daryl Mitchell scored half-centuries as New Zealand declared at 375 runs.
The day three action between New Zealand and England 2nd Test 2019 will continue on Dec 1, 2019, at Seddon Park in Hamilton. New Zealand has a strong grip over the match as England has already lost two wickets at the score of 39 runs in reply to New Zealand's 375 runs in 1st inning.
England's left-handed orthodox spinner Jack Leach has been admitted to hospital after suffering gastroenteritis during New Zealand vs England 2nd Test 2019. Leach, however, was not in the playing XI of this match. He bagged two wickets in the previous Test Match.
The Day 2 of New Zealand vs England 2nd Test 2019 commences on Saturday (November 30). The match starts at venue Seddon Park in Hamilton. Hosts New Zealand won the toss and opted to bat first on Day 1.
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Ben Stokes scored 91 in the opening Test and will again have the onus to put up a good display and guide the visitors to victory. However, he will be challenged by the duo of Tim Southee and Neil Wagner who breathed fire in the opening Test and the opposition will vary of them.
New Zealand will square off against England in the 2nd Test of the two-match series at Seddon Park in Hamilton. The match will begin on Nov 29, 2019, and we can expect both teams to put up a good show. The home team currently leads the series by 1-0 as they defeated the visitor by an inning and 65 runs in the 1st Test match of the on-going series.
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New Zealand (NZ) will square off against England (ENG) in the 2nd Test of the two-match series. The match will be held on Nov 29, 2019, at Seddon Park in Hamilton. New Zealand team lead the series by 1-0, as they defeated England in the previous Test match played at Bay Oval in Mount Maunganui.