The team was all out for 553 in the first innings of the second Test against England at Trent Bridge. New Zealand lost by 5 wickets to England in the first Test at Lord’s recently. Darley Mitchell (23×4, 4×6 off 190: 318 balls) scored a huge century while wicketkeeper Tom Blundell (14×4 off 106: 198 balls) scored a century. England won the toss and elected to field New Zealand’s opener Will Young (47) and skipper Tom Latham (26) were disappointed. Dewan Conway (46) and Henry Nichols (30) were also bowled out. With that .. the New Zealand team with 169/4 .. appeared under pressure. But .. Tom and Mitchell put together a 236-run partnership for the fifth wicket .. New Zealand kept the team in an irreversible position today. Although Tom Blundell was out after the century, Darley Mitchell remained at the crease until the end. He was supported by Bracewell (49) for a while. Finally, Jemishan (14), Tim Southee (4) and Man Henry (0) joined the pavilion respectively. But .. Trent Boult (16 not out: 4×4 off 18 balls) scored valuable runs. England bowlers James Anderson took three wickets while Stuart Broad, Ben Stokes, Jack Leach took two wickets and Mattie Pots took one.