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'No better game in the world than Test cricket'

Ashwin, Styris, Moody, Labuschagne, Chopra and others react to the thrilling finish in Wellington

A day-five thriller. Chasing 258, England slipped to 80 for 5 before a century stand between Joe Root and Ben Stokes brought them back. Neil Wagner made it 202 for 7 by removing the duo in successive overs. Ben Foakes then took England to within 10 runs of the target but he was the ninth to fall with another seven to get. It all made for compelling viewing.
No. 11 James Anderson swung one to the boundary off Neil Wagner. Two more needed for victory for England.
But he got a tickle down the leg side off Wagner's next over, and Tom Blundell completed the catch to give New Zealand an incredible one-run win - only the second one-run win in Test history and the fourth for a team following on.