England vs New Zealand, 3rd Test, Day 4 Highlights: Ollie Pope, Joe Root Fifties Put England On Top In Chase Of 296
England vs New Zealand, 3rd Test, Day 4 Highlights: Half-centuries from Ollie Pope and Joe Root saw England finish at 183/2 at Stumps.
ENG vs NZ, 3rd Test, Day 4 Highlights: Half-centuries from Ollie Pope and Joe Root have kept England on track at Stumps on Day 4 of the third Test in their chase of 296 after they bowled New Zealand out for 326 in their second innings. England finished the day at 183/2, needing 113 runs on the final day to complete a series sweep. While Pope finished the day on 81, Root was unbeaten on 55 at end of day's play. New Zealand had earlier got the wickets of openers Alex Lees and Zak Crawley. While Lees was run out, Crawley was caught at cover off Michael Bracewell. For New Zealand, Tom Latham made 76, while Kane Williamson scored 48. Tom Blundell, who was stranded on 88, was the highest scorer in New Zealand's second innings, while Daryl Mitchell capped off a brilliant series with yet another half-century. Earlier, Jonny Bairstow and Jamie Overton's heroics helped England take a 31-run lead against New Zealand on Day 3 of the ongoing third Test at Headingley in Leeds. Bairstow (162) and Overton (97) added 241 runs for the seventh wicket before Staurt Broad's 46-run knock took England past New Zealand's total. (LIVE SCORECARD)