Player of the Match
Player of the Match

Well, what can you say about that? A desperate performance with bat and ball from England, and a clinical, professional response from the Kiwis. Jesse Ryder makes off with a souvenir stump, as well he might, as New Zealand move 2-0 ahead with three matches to come in the series

So, trouble at t'mill for England. They entered this series with high hopes, but their ambitions are now in tatters. For New Zealand, however, spirits have rarely been higher. Extraordinary, really, when you consider the chaos they were in last week. Hope you've enjoyed this massacre, especially if you're a Kiwi. We've been Andrews Miller and McGlashan, join us again on Friday for the potentially decisive third match of the series.

18.1
4
Collingwood to McCullum, FOUR runs, outside off, a step back and across, and a cool slap through the covers wraps up one of England's most humiliating defeats of all time

END OF OVER:
18 | 7 Runs | NZ: 161/0 (4 runs required from 17.5 overs, RR: 8.94, RRR: 0.22)

  • Brendon McCullum76 (46b)
  • Jesse Ryder79 (62b)
  • Ryan Sidebottom6-1-38-0
  • Paul Collingwood3-0-17-0
17.6
1
Sidebottom to McCullum, 1 run, clipped down to third man, and now one boundary would do the trick
17.5
1
Sidebottom to Ryder, 1 run, long-hop, pulled firmly and just short of midwicket. New Zealand living dangerously now. As well they might. It would be a shame if these two didn't see them home though
17.4
1
Sidebottom to McCullum, 1 run, nudged to gully, an instant call and Ryder was a sitting duck had the shy come in. But Collingwood missed by a mile, appropriately enough
17.4
1w
Sidebottom to McCullum, 1 wide, short, wide and ugly. Down the leg side
17.3
1
Sidebottom to Ryder, 1 run, good line and length, but calmly deflected down to third man. Single figures now needed
17.2
1
Sidebottom to McCullum, 1 run, slashed down to third man, with an open face. Fielded on the first bounce
17.1
1
Sidebottom to Ryder, 1 run, square-driven to point

END OF OVER:
17 | 4 Runs | NZ: 154/0 (11 runs required from 17.5 overs, RR: 9.05, RRR: 0.57)

  • Brendon McCullum73 (43b)
  • Jesse Ryder76 (59b)
  • Paul Collingwood3-0-17-0
  • Ryan Sidebottom5-1-31-0

This is now New Zealand's highest opening stand against England

16.6
2
Collingwood to McCullum, 2 runs, tight to off stump, but cut firmly - so firmly in fact that point can't gather cleanly. The ball ricochets away for two
16.5
1
Collingwood to Ryder, 1 run, slower ball again, patted into space on the off side
16.4
0
Collingwood to Ryder, no run, bouncer, and a good take standing up to the stumps
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