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New Zealand vs England: Day three of first Test in a nutshell

Dominic Sibleys ultimate catch a rare sunny place on Englands day of toil. Here are the important moments from the afternoon three actions in Bay Oval…
SCORECARD | HOW IT HAPPENED
BJ Watling Test century earned New Zealand that a 41-run lead as England took two wickets on day three of the first Test, writes Oli Burley.
Knock and watlings dogged, which contains 15 fours far, blunted a attack that lacked penetration using a pitch.
Goodness knows England fans had precious little to cheer at the initial two sessions (one wicket( in reality ), so hopes werent high in a onslaught of discoveries at the beginning of the day session. Enter Ben Stokes to get his impact and a rare bowl was instantaneous — removing Colin de Grandhomme using the ball after tea.
It took a catch that was special that was pretty to reach it — debutant Dominic Sibley devoting himself to his right in the gully to pluck a catch. Sibley celebrated with arms outstretched, aeroplane-style, but it was not to be lift for England.
Can Joe Root get the best? Handing Englands fastest bowler the ball at the start of the day seemed a no-brainer after Archer struck Henry Nicholls flush to the helmet on day two but alternatively that the paceman was left kicking his heels while Sam Curran and Stuart Broad opened up before becoming belatedly introduced.
So Archer would get early crack with all all the brand newest conker just before lunch? The chance went begging as Jack Leach and Root himself escalated ahead of the interval. Possibly also the softening Kookaburra ball and the pitch played a job — Archer rarely bothering the 90mph barrier unless riled.
What shocked me, explained Ian Ward,was that he appeared somewhat isolated. I just wonder if a Jimmy Anderson could have been whether he would have gone up to him and had a chat with him
Mike Atherton:I thought it was a very bizarre afternoon from England, I have to say. I thought was odd to go in the start to Archer. Not to bowl him when hed needed a 40-minute break, was strange. Not that Archer could do all the bowling, but you need him to bowl at the crucial times.
James Franklin:Watling is a battler and a scrapper; he always seems to take action when New Zealand are it up. Hes in a rich vein of form from Test cricket may that continue from the point of view of Zealand. Its a large afternoon for New Zealand since they have been behind at the beginning of it.
Rob Key:New Zealand revealed England how to bat. They were ruthless in a manner that England werent. Englands position in this game is their own doing. I expect it is a day that Archer sees as a bit of a wake-up call. I expect he thinkshow am I going to boost? . I expect it is a day that he learns from.
Watch day among the first Test between New Zealand and England live on Sky Sports Cricket from 9.30pm Saturday.

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