New Zealand’s historic win against England
Birmingham: New Zealand has won a big honor by defeating the visiting team England by eight wickets in the second Test.
According to the details, the decision of the ongoing second test between England and New Zealand was made on the fourth day, England set a target of just 41 runs, which the Kiwis achieved at the loss of two wickets.
With this victory, New Zealand managed to beat England on home soil after 22 years, the last time the Kiwis won a Test series on English soil was in 1999.
New Zealand bowlers performed brilliantly in the second innings against England, making it all out for 122 runs. Ejaz Patel also dismissed 2 two players.
Earlier, England were bowled out for 303 runs in their first innings, New Zealand scored 388 runs in response to England’s first innings and got a lead of 85 runs.
In the first innings of New Zealand, David Cowie 80, Willing 82, and Rose Taylor scored 80 runs, Stuart Broad dismissed 4 players from England.
It should be noted that the first Test match played between England and New Zealand at Lord’s ended without a decision.