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England v New Zealand 3rd Test



England celebrate the dismissal of Daniel Flynn late on Saturday

After England took nine Kiwi wickets on Saturday, New Zealand will resume their second innings on 177-5, still 64 runs behind

Ryan Sidebottom celebrates after having Gareth Hopkins caught behind

Ryan Sidebottom strikes an early blow, having Gareth Hopkins caught behind by fellow wicket-keeper Tim Ambrose

Jacob Oram hits out against England

Jacob Oram responds to the loss of Hopkins by lifting Stuart Broad over the square leg boundary for six

Daniel Vettori examines his bat after he is caught at backward point

But the very next over, Daniel Vettori edges Sidebottom to Kevin Pietersen at backward point, leaving the Black Caps 205-7

Ryan Sidebottom celebrates after having Iain O'Brien caught at second slip

Sidebottom picks up his third and fourth wickets of the morning in quick succession, ensnaring Kyle Mills and Iain O'Brien

England celebrate after last man Chris Martin is caught at second slip by Paul Collingwood

And England wrap up an innings victory when last man Chris Martin (right) edges man-of-the-match Anderson to second slip

Kevin Pietersen, Ryan Sidebottom and Michael Vaughan walk off the field

It secures a 2-0 series victory for England - with the one-day internationals and the South Africa series to come

England's players celebrate as captain Michael Vaughan receives the series trophy

And the champagne flows as England celebrate their victory

Michael Vaughan is interviewed by Jonathan Agnew while Vaughan's children look after the trophy

Michael Vaughan speaks to Test Match Special's Jonathan Agnew, while Vaughan's children Archie and Tallulah look after the trophy




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


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