English cricket team is currently visiting New Zealand, one of their top rivals but the time is not going well for the English players. They faced a big defeat in the first Test against the local team. And now, reportedly, they are playing the 2nd Test. It needs to mention that the Test series consists of two matches and if the guest team fails to win the match, the series will be lost. Reportedly, the team of Morgan came to bowl first and New Zealand scored 375 runs in their 1st innings at Seddon Park!
In the 29th November 2019 at the Seddon Park, Hamilton the 2nd and last Test started between New Zealand and England. Reportedly, the guest team won the toss and let the home team bat first. From the first test, England learned that batting is not the best option if wins the toss and so, they decided to bowl first. Zak Crawley for England and Daryl Mitchell for New Zealand made their long format debut through the match.
At the Seddon Park, Jeet Raval and Tom Latham started to bat for the Black Caps first innings. In 16 runs, Jeet Raval returned to the dressing room by Broad. He just scored 5 runs. After another 23 runs, the 2nd wicket Kane Williamson followed his fellow teammate. He added only 4 runs. Later, Tom Latham and Ross Taylor made a partnership that added more than 100 runs. Taylor added 53 runs but Latham found an amazing century. He scored the highest 105 runs when Broad took him. If we consider the rest players data, Watling scored 55 runs and Daryl Mitchell scored 73 runs so far. In 129.1 overs, New Zealand scored 375 runs in their 1st innings. Stuart Broad took four wickets and Chris Woakes took three wickets for England.
Later, the guest team England came to bat for their first innings but in 11 runs. Opener Dominic Sibley has gone scoring only 4 runs so far. Just 13 runs later, England lost 2nd wicket who was Joe Denly. He added only 4 runs as well. According to the last news, England scored 39 runs by losing 2 wickets in 18 overs. Now, Rory Burns and the English captain Joe Root will start for England from the 3rd day at the Seddon Park.