Celebrations for Stuart Broad’s 400th Test wicket were muted after England were humiliatingly bowled out for just 58 on the first day of the first Test against New Zealand at Auckland.
Put in to bat, the tourists could not cope with the pinpoint swing bowling of opening duo Trent Boult (6-32) and Tim Southee (4-25), as five players fell for ducks.
At one point, England were in danger of recording the lowest score ever in a Test – the previous worst was New Zealand’s 26 against England in 1955 on the same ground – but Craig Overton’s 33 not out ensured that ignominy was avoided.
However, England still fell well short of their expectations and those who follow them, as was highlighted by New Zealand’s progress to 175-3 under the lights against the pink ball.
Captain Kane Williamson led from the front with 91 not out, leaving the visitors already up against it in terms of avoiding a heavy defeat.
The one bright spot for England was Notts bowler Broad reaching a coveted landmark that only one other of his countrymen – teammate Jimmy Anderson – has also passed.
That moment came when Tom Latham played a loose shot to a ball on a leg stump line and was caught by Chris Woakes.
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