March 16 (Bloomberg) -- Stuart Broad’s six-wicket haul helped England take control of the second cricket Test against New Zealand in Wellington.
Broad was 6-51 as New Zealand was bowled out for 254 on day three in response to England’s first innings 465. The host was then forced to follow on, reaching 77-1 at stumps at Basin Reserve to trail by 134 runs.
The series opener in Dunedin ended in a draw, with the final Test beginning March 22 in Auckland.
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