England vs New Zealand, 3rd Test: How Stuart Broad Set Perfect Kane Williamson On Day 1. See -by Ecork

Stuart Broad surprisingly played with Kane Williamson before finally removing him.© Twitter

England enjoyed an excellent morning on Day 1 of the ongoing Test 3 against New Zealand at Headingley in Leeds on Thursday. In a 2-0 series, New Zealand pulled out to bat after winning the tournament, hoping for a good start. However, pacer veteran Stuart Broad reached the first attack in the first half of the game, removing New Zealand striker and vice captain Tom Latham on the final delivery. The veteran Pacer then adds another wicket to his tally, after Jack Leach has advanced another Kiwi opener, Will Young.

According to Latham, Broad played a surprise play with Kane Williamson before advancing the kiwi skipper on the final delivery of the 23rd. Broad released a full-length delivery on the first ball, which Williamson successfully delivered.

He then bowled three out-swingers on the trot, before pitching up a sharp in-swinging delivery to confuse Williamson.

And, on the final delivery, Broad made a full-length bout, teasing Williamson to make a drive.


The New Zealand captain did just that but the ball managed to get the thin outside edge of his bat, and Ben Foakes made no mistake behind the stumps.

Jamie Overton catches his daughter’s skin in a cricket match after beating Devon Conway to give New Zealand their fourth beat on Day 4.

At the time of writing this story, New Zealand was 93 for four with Henry Nicholls and Daryl Mitchell batting in the middle.

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