England seamer Stuart Broad ripped through the New Zealand batting order as the visitors were all-out for an embarrassing 68 runs under two sessions in pursuit of 239.
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Day 3 Round-up:
James Anderson and Steven Finn continued the good work from the previous day and bowled out New Zealand for 207. England's second innings did not get the start it needed as both openers Alastair Cook and Nick Compton departed in quick successions. Joe Root and Jonathan Trott repaired the England innings with a 123-run partnership for the third wicket before Root had his woodwork disturbed by Tim Southee. The England innings seemed to lose way towards the end of the day's play as their score read 180 for six.