News 31 Mar 2018, 11:26 IST Christchurch, Mar 31 (AFP) BJ Watling and Colin de Grandhomme hauled New Zealand back into the second Test today to trail England by 115 runs with four wickets in hand at stumps on day two in Christchurch.When bad light stopped play seven overs early, New Zealand were 192 for six.Watling was on 77 after sharing a 142-run stand with de Grandhomme which was broken in the final hour by England’s man of the moment Stuart Broad.Broad, who had de Grandhomme caught behind for 72, finished the day with four for 38.It was Watling’s 14th Test half-century and de Grandhomme’s second highest score as they passed New Zealand’s previous 6th wicket partnership record against England of 141, set by Martin Crowe and Adam Parore 24 years ago.In a match of fluctuating fortunes, New Zealand’s recovery from 36 for five followed England’s own revival from 164 for seven to be all out for 307.After months of misery on the road, England felt their luck had turned after Jonny Bairstow’s rescue mission, with the wicketkeeper-batsman posting his fifth Test century before he was out for 101.Broad and James Anderson then routed the New Zealand top order to… Read full this story
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