New Zealand took command of the second Test at Edgbaston after ending the second day towards England on 229 for 3.
Will Young and Devon Conway each made scores within the 80s after England had been bowled out for 303, with Kiwi veteran Ross Taylor ending unbeaten and 4 wanting a half-century on the shut of play.
Here, Sportsmail’s Lawrence Booth appears on the essential takeaways from the motion at Edgbaston.
Will Young (above) ensured New Zealand moved right into a beneficial place towards England
When Stuart Broad trapped New Zealand captain Tom Latham lbw for six, he moved degree with West Indian nice Courtney Walsh on 519 Test wickets.
And he drew clear with the wicket of Devon Conway. Only 5 bowlers are actually forward of him within the all-time Test checklist.
There is one other checklist during which Broad nonetheless trails Walsh – however he did handle to shut the hole yesterday together with his thirty seventh Test duck, transferring away from New Zealand bunny Chris Martin. Only Walsh, with 43, is in entrance of Broad.
Stuart Broad drew away from West Indian nice Courtney Walsh by dismissing Devon Conway
The catch dropped by Joe Root to reprieve Will Young on seven off Olly Stone confirmed England’s standing as one among worst slip-catching groups in Test cricket.
Since the beginning of 2019, they’ve dropped 26 of the 114 slip possibilities which have come their approach, successful fee of 76.36%.
Only Bangladesh (76%) and West Indies (75%) have fared worse. New Zealand are high of the checklist, having caught 47 of their 52 possibilities – successful fee of 90.38%.
Joe Root’s reprieve of Will Young was the twenty sixth drop from England from their 114 slip possibilities
Trent Boult grew to become the fourth New Zealander to take 500 worldwide wickets when he eliminated Jimmy Anderson lbw on evaluate.
Ahead of him lie Daniel Vettori (696 wickets), team-mate Tim Southee (598) and Richard Hadlee (589).
Trent Boult (left) grew to become the fourth New Zealander to take 500 worldwide wickets