On the day that Brendon McCullum was appointed as England’s New Head Coach, Trent Bridge released a cheeky reminder of his departure at the hands of England's leading wicket taker, James Anderson, 14 years prior.

Responding to England's 364, New Zealand were rocked by the departure of Aaron Redmond, bowled by Anderson in the second over and suckerpunched four overs later by a rip-roaring delivery which beat the new Head Coach's outside edge and emphatically uprooted his off stump. 

The joust between McCullum and Anderson continued in the second innings, the former passing fifty before the Lancastrian claimed his wicket a second time.

England went on to win the fixture by an innings and nine runs, with a 3-0 series whitewash confirmed as a result.

This summer, Trent Bridge will play host to a Test Match between England and McCullum’s compatriots, New Zealand, from 10-14 June.

Tickets for the opening three days have sold out, however, there is availability across Trent Bridge for the fourth day of the game on Monday 13 June.

Supporters can secure their seats by visiting Trent Bridge's ticketing website.