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New Zealand won the Test series against England 1-0 after drawing the 2nd Test in Hamilton
A draw seemed the most likely result of the 2nd Test .at the close of play on the 4th day, between New Zealand and England, despite a battling double hundred from England captain, Joe Root.
Centuries from England’s Rory Burns and Joe Root led a spirited fightback against New Zealand in the 2nd Test at Hamilton today.
An unbeaten century by New Zealand opener Tom Latham (101*) and then rain, dented England’s chances of going into day two with any advantage, as they try to level the Test series against the Kiwis.
Not only have England faltered as a team under Root's captaincy of late, his form as a batsman has also been poor, with him averaging just 27.40 this year.
Had the glamour boys persisted a bit more and not attempted those atrocious shots or had the underrated brigade not scraped the bottom of their energy tank to come up with a special performance, the score line might have still read love all.
England crumbled to a huge defeat against New Zealand, at the Bay Oval, by an innings and 65 runs, in the 1st Test earlier today.
A wonderful all round performance by Mitchell Santner puts New Zealand in a commanding position against England in 1st Test.
While Matthew Parkinson, James Vince, Tom Curran and others tasted some success, the two stars that shone the brightest for England were Chris Jordan and Dawid Malan.