New Zealand vs England:The second match of the ongoing 2-match Test series between New Zealand and England has reached a very tense situation. England gave the hosts a follow-on in the match, after which the Kiwis were bowled out for 483 in their second innings, leaving England with a target of 258 runs. At the end of the fourth day, the English team scored 48 runs for the loss of 1 wicket. Meanwhile, the way English wicketkeeper Ben Fox ran out Michael Bracewell in the Kiwi team’s second innings definitely reminded everyone of Dhoni.
Actually Michael Bracewell plays the shot towards the off side and tries to score 2 runs. After completing 1 run, he feels that he can easily complete the second run as well. Meanwhile, England captain Ben Stokes threw the ball towards the wicket keeper Ben Fox and hit the stumps as soon as he took the ball.
That’s why you 😬 your bat
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Michael Bracewell came into the crease at that point but neither his bat nor any part of his leg touched the crease and because of this he was run out and had to go to the pavilion. After this, it did not take much time for England team to finish the second innings of the Kiwi team. English spin bowler Jack Leach took 5 wickets in this innings.
Kane Williamson played a brilliant century
Talking about this innings of the Kiwi team, Kane Williamson played an important role in bringing the team to a fighting position in this match by scoring his 26th century in Test cricket. With this century, Williamson also became the highest run-scorer for New Zealand in this format.
Ross Taylor scored 7683 runs in his Test career, including 19 centuries and 35 fifties. Meanwhile, Kane Williamson has so far scored 7787 runs with the bat. During this time, he scored 26 centuries and 33 half-century innings.