A furious spell of fast bowling from Stuart Broad bulldozed the batting line up of the visiting New Zealand who ended up losing a low scoring game badly.
The star quick bowler of New Zealand, Tim Southee, bowled excellently in the second innings by picking three important wickets as England looks for survival.
The efforts of Tim Southee and Neil Wagner were let down by the openers of New Zealand as James Anderson put England back into the Test on the second day.
A solid batting performance by the Englishmen in the second innings well led by Nick Compton and their skipper, Alastair Cook, drew the first Test vs. Kiwis.
The English skipper, Alastair Cook, along with Nick Compton smashed centuries and brought their team back in the game against New Zealand in the 1st Test.
Hamish Rutherford tore apart the powerful bowling line up of England and thrashed a ton on debut as New Zealand took a sizeable lead against the visitors.
James Anderson displayed a wonderful bowling spell by grabbing half of the New Zealand side and Joe Root blasted at the rival bowling as England beat the hosts.
The England and Wales Cricket Board has publicized its teams for the limited overs cricket matches which will be played against India in December-January 2012.
Jonathan Trott and Ian Bell lifted their side by dispatching tons in the fourth Test as England clinched the historic series against India by a margin of 2-1.
The top order batsman of England, Jonathan Trott, secured his team with a valuable fifty as the 4th Test was heading towards a draw at the end of day four.