An assortment of outgoing and incoming deliveries from James Anderson to Devon Conway kept the batter second guessing. The experienced seamer eventually gets one to jag in and the southpaw, looking to defend it, gets an inside edge to hand the wicket-keeper a catch. New Zealand are 195/4 going into the Tea break. England would have been elated if Joe Root didn’t put down a simple catch at first slip to reprieve Daryl Mitchell, who scored a masterful ton in the first Test at Lord’s. The man is in form. Will it prove to be a costly drop?
“Something is starting to happen!” 🤩⚡
— Sky Sports Cricket (@SkyCricket) June 10, 2022