Player of the Match
Player of the Match
Wright to Vettori, OUT, full toss hit hard to mid-off, Anderson picks up and throws down the bowler's end stumps with the batsman yards short

JM How run out (Anderson) 139 (187m 116b 10x4 3x6) SR: 119.82

Broad to Oram, OUT, wide, driven hard with no footwork but straight at Pietersen at extra cover who holds a sharp catch at thigh height

JDP Oram c Pietersen b Broad 6 (7m 4b 1x4 0x6) SR: 150.00

Collingwood to Fulton, OUT, chipped short of mid-on, Pietersen picks up on the half volley and underarms off balance as he is falling and hits the bowler's end stumps with Fulton a foot short

PG Fulton run out (Pietersen) 0 (6m 4b 0x4 0x6) SR: 0.00

Sidebottom to Styris, OUT, he goes for the big hit over long-on, doesn't quite get hold of it and Anderson takes the catch two yards inside the rope

SB Styris c Anderson b Sidebottom 20 (28m 17b 3x4 0x6) SR: 117.64

Anderson to Taylor, OUT, redemption for Anderson, and a vital life-line for England. Outside off, hard-handed swish, clear edge, simple catch. Well bowled, and a window of opportunity

LRPL Taylor c †Mustard b Anderson 48 (54m 47b 4x4 1x6) SR: 102.12

Shah to McCullum, OUT, beaten outside the off stump, Mustard whips off the bails and McCullum turns and starts to head off before the umpire beckons him to stay and wait for the third umpire. It's a short reprieve ... he dragged a long way out and while his foot was back it wasn't grounded

BB McCullum st †Mustard b Shah 58 (114m 65b 6x4 1x6) SR: 89.23

Broad to Ryder, OUT, a wider and slower ball, swung high from outside off stump, it climbs miles into the sky, three men converge at deepish straight midwicket and it's Anderson who holds a superb catch running flat out to his left

JD Ryder c Anderson b Broad 39 (51m 32b 3x4 2x6) SR: 121.87

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New Zealand 2nd innings Partnerships

1st70BB McCullumJD Ryder
2nd91JM HowBB McCullum
3rd92JM HowLRPL Taylor
4th48SB StyrisJM How
5th3JM HowPG Fulton
6th11JDP OramJM How
7th24DL VettoriJM How
8th1DL VettoriKD Mills