ENGLAND V NEW ZEALAND, 2ND TEST by Cricbuzz Staff • Last updated on Share Tweet Conway was unbeaten on 78 © AFP Devon Conway continued to frustrate England, as he did in the first Test, edging towards potential back-to-back Test centuries. He led New Zealand to 130 for 1 at Tea in what was a wicketless session for England , unbeaten on 78, with 87 runs being scored in the middle session on Friday (June 11). It was a session that was dominated by New Zealand, after England didn’t take their chance when it came as Joe Root failed to hang on to a straightforward catch at slip. Conway looked solid at one end, while Will Young only grew in confidence after the dropped chance as the pair stitched together a century stand. England perhaps missed a trick not bringing on Stuart Broad, who was England’s best bowler so far, after the break for a large chunk of the session. That let Conway and Young get a move on as runs began flowing with ease. Root tried everything by mixing his bowlers up; Mark Wood tried bouncing the batsmen out, Broad changed his angles, James Anderson was brought in for… Read full this story
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