England vs New Zealand 1st Test 2022 Highlights

Watch the highlights of England vs New Zealand 1st Test 2022 - New Zealand tour of England 3-match Test series of the 1st Test match played between New Zealand and England at Lord's London in 02nd June to 05th June 2022.

England vs New Zealand 1st Test 2022 Highlights
Joe Root and Ben Foakes are ecstatic as their unbeaten 120-run stand took England to a five-wicket win © Getty Images

James  Anderson, Matthew Potts and Joe Root stars as England hard-fought five-wicket victory over New Zealand and take a 1-0 lead in the first Test match.

Match Stats : 
  • England chased 277 was their fourth highest successful run-chase against New Zealand in Test matches.
  • New Zealand's 132 was their seventh lowest score in a batting first against England in Test matches.
  • England's 141 was their fourth lowest score in the first innings against New Zealand in Test matches.
  • Joe Root became the second England batsman to reach 10,000 runs landmark in Test matches after Alastair Cook and overall the 14th player in Tests.
  • 120* : Joe Root and Ben Foakes set up the tenth highest sixth-wicket partnership for England against New Zealand in Test matches.
  • 15 : Joe Root equalled a joint most centuries hit in England in Test matches, jointly with Alastair Cook, Graham Gooch and Kevin Pietersen.
  • 9 years & 171 days : Joe Root became the shortest time from debut to reach 10000 Test runs, beating their countryman Alastair Cook's record of 10 years & 87 days.

* Debutant Matthew Potts' debut 4 for 13 and James Anderson's four-for impresses for England before New Zealand bowlers fightback in a 17-wicket day one of the first Test match.

* Daryll Mitchell and Tom Blundell's unbeaten nineties put the New Zealand on top position in the day two of the first Test match.

* Joe Root and Ben Stokes' fifties keep England fightback after Kyle Jamieson's four-wicket haul on the day three of the first Test match.

* Former captain Joe Root's masterclass unbeaten century and wicket-keeper Ben Foakes' unbeaten 32 seals England march to victory over New Zealand by five-wickets in the day four of the first Test match. 

New Zealand 1st Innings scored 132 for all-out in 40 overs with top scorer by Colin de Grandhomme cracked a unbeaten 42 off 54-balls including 4-fours, Tim Southee 26, Tom Blundell 14 and Trent Boult 14.

1st Innings England best bowler by Debutant Matthew Potts - who took 4-wickets for 13-runs in 9.2-overs including four maidens on his debut ODI match.

James Anderson picked up 4-wickets for 66-runs in 16-overs included six maidens, Ben Stokes and Stuart Broad both took one-wickets.

England 1st Innings scored 141 for all-out in 42.5 overs with top scorer by Zak Crawley cracked a 43 off 56-balls including 7-fours, Alex Lees 25 and Joe Root 11.

1st Innings New Zealand best bowler by Tim Southee claimed a 4-wickets for 55-runs in 14-overs including three maidens, Trent Boult picked up 3-wickets for 21-runs in 13.5-overs included four maidens, Kyle Jamieson took 2-wickets and one for Colin de Grandhomme.

New Zealand 2nd Innings scored 285 for all-out in 91.3 overs with top scorer by Daryll Mitchell 108 off 203-balls - which was his 2nd Test hundred & his first century against England in Tests - including 12-fours.

Tom Blundell 96 off 198-balls - who fell four-run short of his century - including 12-fours, Tim Southee 21 and Kane Williamson 15.

2nd Innings scored England best bowler by Matthew Potts, Stuart Broad both picked up 3-wickets, James Anderson took 2-wickets and one for Matt Parkinson.

England chased 279-5 in 78.5 overs with top scorer by Joe Root 115 not out off 170-balls - which was his 26th Test hundred & his third century against New Zealand in Tests, Ben Stokes 54, Ben Foakes 32, Alex Lees 20 and Jonny Bairstow 16.

2nd Innings New Zealand best bowler by Kyle Jamieson claimed a 4-wickets for 79-runs in 25-overs including four maidens and Trent Boult took one-wicket.

Joe Root named Player of the match for his match-winning masterclass unbeaten 115-runs knocked off facing 170-balls including 12-fours.

Day 4 Highlights

Day 3 Highlights

Day 2 Highlights

Day 1 Highlights



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