Early wickets leads England in Control on Day Two

England upset New Zealand three times before stumps to enforce themselves more on the second Test Day two in Wellington. In reply to the visitors 465 runs, New Zealand were 66 for 3 in 33 overs on Friday and still trail by 399 runs and the repeated threat of a bristling three fast bowling attack.

Peter Fulton dismissed for one, from 24 tight balls, caught behind off James Anderson. Stuart Broad then take  double strike in his sixth over. First Test Match centurion Hamish Rutherford removed for 23 runs.

Then Stuart Broad dismissed Ross Taylor for a golden duck. Kane Williamson was unbeaten on 32 runs and Dean Brownlie not out on eight at Close. The brilliant 82 runs from wicketkeeper Matt Prior and Kevin Pietersen's realistic 73 runs provided the bulk of England's runs on day two after resumed at 2 for 267. Jonathan Trott dismissed by Trent Boult for 121 runs.

Matt Prior reached to his 25th Test fifty.Spinners take six wickets. inspiring left-armer Bruce Martin claimed 4 for 130 off 48 Kane Williamson got 2 for 16 runs.Two specialist batsmen dismissed before lunch, with Ian Bell (11) and Joe Root (10) 

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