It could have easily been a 350+ target the way Daryl Mitchell and Tom Blundell dropped anchor, but Stuart Broad weaved his magic. The experienced pro got the centurion Mitchell with a lovely ball that left the right-hander, then next ball an anxious Colin de Grandhomme wandered out of his crease during an LBW appeal and an alert Pope threw the stumps down from the cordon. Broad egged on the crowd and kept them in thrall by knocking over Kyle Jamieson’s off stump for a team hat-trick. That over inspired a nice comeback as England snared the last six wickets for just 24 runs. The hosts have a real shot at victory at Lord’s.
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— England Cricket (@englandcricket) June 4, 2022