Ben Stokes implemented the following: Stuart Wide I deleted New Zeland queue to give England a 226-round first-stroke lead in the decisive second Test Wellington.

Stokes decided to go bowling again after removing Black Caps for 209 at Basin Reserve.

house captain Tim Southee He launched a daring counterattack on the third morning, continued in a dangerous position of 138 at seven, and made 50 laps on 31 balls.

This included a three-six run by Jack Leach and another who followed as he tied Ollie Robinson to the crowd.

When his fun came to an end with the arrival of Broad in his first game against England 15 years ago, he was four short of his career-best 77. A ball dropped from the slender leg by Leach swung it hard again and slid directly onto Zak Crawley on the midwicket.

Broad took the chance to put together some regular numbers and ended Tom Blundell’s defiant stay at 38 when he took it straight from the middle of a diagonal hit.

Matt Henry was then thoroughly beaten by a short ball and fenced to the back point, leaving Broad with four to 61 despite not dropping any of the top six bases.

Stokes didn’t use James Anderson in the morning session, which was an indication that a sequel was coming. He duly briefed the referees before throwing the new ball to the record keeper.