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England v NZ day two photos

Daniel Vettori

Day two: New Zealand skipper Daniel Vettori shouts out his orders as England resume on 273-7 at Trent Bridge

Stuart Broad is dropped by Brendon McCullum

Kiwi wicket-keeper Brendon McCullum, who is fielding at slip because of a bad back, drops Stuart Broad in the third over

Chris Martin

New Zealand seamer Chris Martin shows his frustration after Broad hits him for a boundary

James Anderson

James Anderson shares a stand of 76 with Broad and achieves a new Test-best of 28 as England make New Zealand toil

Stuart Broad

Broad produces an array of cultured strokes as he notches his first England half-century before falling just after lunch

Trent Bridge gives Stuart Broad a standing ovation

The 21-year-old Broad, who plays for Nottinghamshire, receives a standing ovation from his home fans as he departs for 64

Monty Panesar is given out

Monty Panesar is caught by McCullum off Vettori, but seems to suggest he did not hit the ball, as England are all out for 364

Aaron Redmond loses a stump

Anderson bowls Aaron Redmond for one with a fast, swinging delivery as the Kiwis get off to the worst possible start

Brendon McCullum bowled by James Anderson

McCullum, promoted up the order, also sees a stump sent flying by another gem of a ball from Anderson and departs for nine

James Anderson and Ross Taylor collide

The enthusiastic Anderson tries to run out Ross Taylor but only succeeds in colliding with the Kiwi batsman

James Anderson celebrates another wicket

Anderson dismisses Taylor and them removes Daniel Flynn for his fifth five-wicket haul in Tests

James Anderson at full pace

Anderson's sensational pace bowling reduces the Kiwis to 77-5

James Anderson celebrates dismissing Jacob Oram at Trent Bridge

And the Lancashire seamer maintains his quest for all 10 wickets, removing Jacob Oram caught behind for seven

James Anderson leads England off the field after his figures of 6-42

Although bad light ends play early, Anderson receives a rousing ovation from the spectators and his team-mates for his endeavours

An engraver puts James Anderson's name on the honours board

And the 25-year-old's name joins a host of great bowlers on the honours board - although his final figures will have to wait...




see also
England v NZ day one photos
05 Jun 08 |  England
New Zealand in England in 2008
14 Nov 07 |  Cricket


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