full and straight, Mascarenhas at extra cover could have got there and would have had the match been on the line, as it is he allows the ball to bumble to long-off
Well, that's the end of another disappointing match, although it contained some good cricket earlier on. For the second time England have posted a score too large for New Zealand's batsmen and although it's early days, you have to worry about the home side in the one-day series to come. New Zealand are in transition after recent retirements and it has to be hoped that rumours one or two more players are on their way are not accurate.
As the remaining spectators head into the cold night, that's all from us for today. Join us again on Saturday at 2.00pm (0100GMT) for the first match in the five-game ODI series. Until then it's goodnight from Martin Williamson and Andrew Miller.
full and at his feet, patted to extra cover
It's almost silent now ... those that remain are beyond caring, which is understandable.
driven to extra cover
squeezed to third man
driven to deep cover
Still the fans head into the night ...
turned to backward square leg who is on the edge of the circle
"Sidebottom's combined series stats are 6.2-0-28-5. Who says this is a batsman's game?" says Andrew Miller from out in the ether.
finally Anderson aims for the stumps and that allows Southee to free his arms and drive square on the off side
clipped off his pads from a yard outside leg to the square boundary which is unprotected
way down the leg side - about five feet - but he was only following where the batsman was heading, Mustard takes a low one that scoots through to him
Bowden still commanding as much camera time as his antics can guarantee.
a swipe over midwicket from a yard outside leg
he's going to be treading on square-leg's toes if he moves any more to the on side ... Anderson follows and cramps him up
inside edge beats a diving Mustard. It was down the leg but the batsman had moved way outside the line to play it
James Anderson back ...
A great over at this stage of a Twenty20 match ... one wicket, one run, four dot balls.
he follows the batsman who can get no power into the shot and Sidebottom fields
full and down the leg side. had he stood where he was it would have been a wide, as it was it passed between batsman and stumps and Mustard made a tidy stop
driven to mid-off who has come up for the tailender
The crowd are heading home. It's very cold and they've seen enough. It's like watching Newcastle's stands empty when Big Sam was in charge.
full and straight, a swing across the line, a miss and an uprooted middle stump
Sidebottom aborts as he sees the batsman shuffling around the crease ... he trudges back muttering and sets off again ...
another yorker, this time straight, Mills again gives himself room and manages to squirt the ball to backward point
a big stride to leg but Sidebottom fires in a yorker-length delivery two feet outside off and there's no way he can get a bat on that
Here's Ryan Sidebottom.
undone by a change of pace and much too early with an intended pull
Why is he batting below How - and others - in the NZ order. One of life's mysteries
lovely footwork, he shimmied to leg and drove the ball through extra cover