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England go into the second Twenty20 against New Zealand of the two-match series with the hope of leveling the series. The hosts didn't do that bad either in the first match where they were expected to be mowed down easily by an experienced New Zealand side.
But the new looking England side comprising of youngsters put up an inspired show to almost pull off a win. New Zealand batting first put up a massive 201 on the board riding on the knocks by Hamish Rutherford (62) and Brendon McCullum (68).
Mitchell McClenaghan willl be the key bowler for New Zealand (Getty Images)