Harry Brook constantly backed away to make room and hit straight against Neil Wagner, as he blazed away to a 37-ball half-century. Brook’s marvelous hitting included an 18-run over against Wagner where he bashed him for three fours and one six. Right after both Joe Root and Brook notched up their fifties, Blair Tickner went wide off the crease and got the youngster to nick one to Daryll Mitchell at first slip. Brook walked back for an explosive 41-ball 54.
A rare blip from Harry Brook 😔
Tickner makes the breakthrough to end the Brook-Root partnership… #NZvENG pic.twitter.com/J7lgyWziIh
— Cricket on BT Sport (@btsportcricket) February 18, 2023