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England vs New Zealand, 2nd Check: Matthew Potts’ Diving Effort Brings About Tom Latham’s Dismissal. Watch | Cricket Information

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Matthew Potts took a diving catch to dismiss Tom Latham© Twitter

Within the ongoing second Check of the three-match collection between England and New Zealand, the previous received the toss and opted to bowl first. Kiwi openers Tom Latham and Will Younger noticed out the opening spell of James Anderson and Stuart Broad and the duo stitched collectively a stand of 84 runs. Nonetheless, Ben Stokes and James Anderson obtained two wickets in two balls to carry England again proper within the contest. Stokes first dismissed Younger for 47 on the ultimate supply of the twenty first over.

After which on the primary ball of the twenty second over, Anderson obtained the higher of Latham. The left-handed batter scored 26.

Anderson bowled a in need of size supply and Latham was unable to maintain the pull shot down, and Matthew Potts took a diving catch at midwicket.

New Zealand went into Lunch on Day 1 at 108/2 with Henry Nicholls (14*) and Devon Conway (10*) on the crease.

Kane Williamson is at the moment not part of the New Zealand enjoying XI for the second Check as he examined constructive for COVID-19 on the eve of the sport.

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Earlier, England had taken a 1-0 lead within the three-match collection as Joe Root scored an unbeaten 115 to assist the Three Lions’ chase down 277.

Within the first Check, Durham pacer Potts had taken seven wickets whereas James Anderson and Stuart Broad additionally had comeback recreation after being dropped for the West Indies collection.

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