New Zealand have been snuffed out for 132 in the first innings of Lord's Test. Matthew Parkinson and James Anderson bagged four wickets apiece to dismantle the visitors. New Zealand batters had no answers for England's potency with the ball as the home team ran riot, kicking off the Ben Stokes-Brendon McCullum era in style. Colin de Grandhomme, Tim Southee showed some fight to take New Zealand to 132 after finding themselves for 39/6 at Lunch. Ollie Pope took a brilliant diving catch to hammer the final nail as Boult fell for 14 and de Grandhomme remained unbeaten on 42.
132 ALL OUT!— Sky Sports (@SkySports) June 2, 2022
Ben Stokes finishes it off! Ollie Pope with a brilliant diving catch!🙌
A great performance with the ball from England, can they do the same with the bat? #ENGvsNZpic.twitter.com/TDKEF8s2EZ