In the space of three balls, New Zealand have astonishingly lost three wickets. Daryl Mitchell was caught behind on 108, while Colin de Grandhomme and Kyle Jamieson fell for first-ball ducks. De Grandhomme was run out by Ollie Pope while Jamieson has been cleaned up by Broad. The visitors have been reduced from 251/4 to 251/7. England have entered the tail and smell blood, while Tom Blundell sits watching the procession from the other end. The 195-run partnership notwithstanding, with only a 250-run lead in the kitty, New Zealand have suddenly began looking vulnerable in the Lord's Test.