The two-match series between hosts New Zealand and England has ended. The second Test match of the series was played in Hamilton, which has been inconclusive. This five-day Test match took a total of five centuries from both teams, despite this, the match was drawn and the series hosts Kiwi team took a 1-0 lead, as the first match of the series was scored by New Zealand had won by an innings margin.
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In the Hamilton Test match, England team captain Joe Root won the toss and choose to bowl first. In this way, the New Zealand team scored 375 runs, losing all wickets on the basis of Tom Latham's century, in response to which England team scored 476 runs on the basis of Joe Root's double century and Rory Burns century. In this way, England's team got a lead of 101 runs. When the Kiwi team came out to play its second innings, lost it's two wickets, but drew the match.
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Captain Williamson and Taylor saved the match
Captain Kane Williamson and Ross Taylor shared an unbreakable partnership for the third wicket to overcome a 101-run lead. Williamson and Taylor returned unbeaten by the end of the fourth day's play, completing their centuries without losing wickets on the fifth day of the match and forcing the match to be drawn. Both these players knew that they could win the series if the result of the match was in their favor or not, but England should not win this match.
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