Matt Prior blasted a match preserving ton and shared a solid partnership with Ian Bell that resulted in saving the crucial third Test for England vs. New Zealand.
Peter Fulton plundered his successive ton in the match and the Black Caps bowlers bowled superbly vs. England as the home team came closer to a historic win.
The New Zealand batting led by Peter Fulton and Kane Willamson posted a healthy total while Trent Boult held two quick English wickets as the hosts ruled the day.
The English pacer, Stuart Broad, delivered a lethal bowling spell against New Zealand and crippled their batting that resulted in a follow on in the 2nd Test.
Nick Compton thrashed his consecutive Test ton followed by a century from Jonathan Trott and put England into a commanding position vs. New Zealand in the 2nd Test.
A solid batting performance by the Englishmen in the second innings well led by Nick Compton and their skipper, Alastair Cook, drew the first Test vs. Kiwis.
The English skipper, Alastair Cook, along with Nick Compton smashed centuries and brought their team back in the game against New Zealand in the 1st Test.
A lethal bowling spell from the speedster Steven Finn, well supported by the other bowlers and keen batting by the English batsmen won them the third ODI vs. the Kiwis.
James Anderson displayed a wonderful bowling spell by grabbing half of the New Zealand side and Joe Root blasted at the rival bowling as England beat the hosts.
A fine team effort led from the front by Brendon McCullum, brought New Zealand a much deserved victory against the mighty England in the 1st ODI.