0,0,W,W,W,0: Watch Stuart Broad's fiery over vs New Zealand
- England took a team hattrick vs New Zealand in the first Test
- The visitors were bundled for 285 in the second innings
- England need 277 runs to win the Test
Stuart Broad was recalled into the England squad for the three-match Test series against New Zealand. The two sides lock horns in the first at the Lord's Stadium, London, where the hosts need 277 runs in the last innings to win.
Ben Stokes and co were 32/2 after 12 overs.
In their second innings, New Zealand were cruising at 251/4 before Stuart Broad struck twice and England affected a run out to ground them to 251/7. The Kiwis were eventually bowled out for 285.
Daryl Mitchell and Tom Blundell stitched a 195-run partnership for New Zealand after they were 56/4. The former scored 108 off 203 balls while the latter made 96 in 198. Stokes handed the ball to Broad for the 84th over.
The 35-year-old started off with 138 kmph full ball, which Mitchell flicked but couldn't get a run. The Kiwi did not score in the delivery too.
It was on the third ball of the over that Broad managed to get him to err. Mitchell shuffled across to play an outside off delivery. It bounced sharply and the batter edged it to wicketkeeper Foakes.
On the fourth ball, New Zealand lost Colin de Grandhomme to some confusion between the batters. Broad got the ball to nip back and it hit the Kiwi on the pads. A huge appeal distracted Grandhomme, who took a couple strides without seeing where the ball was. Surrey's Ollie Pope, at gully, hit the stumps.
Broad then delivered another nip-backer on the deck and the ball sneaked past Kyle Jamieson's bat to hit the off-stump. The team hattrick was complete.
Crowds at the Lord's roared as Stuart Broad finished his over with one more dot.
Watch the over:
After bowling New Zealand for 132 runs in the first innings, England could manage only 141. They had a nine-run lead.