Ollie Pope was on the attack on the moving day, but Neil Wagner has his man and heaves a sigh of relief. He lets out a huge roar as Pope throws his head back in disappointment. The wickets came through a short ball on leg, as Pope stepped across to pull, only managing to glove it through to the keeper. The emotion comes pouring out of Wagner having copped a lot of punishment this afternoon at the hands of the young batter.
The change of ends has worked for Wagner 🔚
Pope gloves a short one to the Tom Blundell behind the stumps 1️⃣ shy of his 12th Test half-century… #NZvENG pic.twitter.com/7M800oloWl
— Cricket on BT Sport (@btsportcricket) February 18, 2023