A masterly unbeaten hundred from Martin Guptill led his side to a tremendous victory against their strong opponents England in the first ODI of the series.
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Stuart Broad marshalled England to a massive win – 1st Test vs. New Zealand
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.
Tim Southee strikes again as England crumbles – 1st Test
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.
New Zealand lost rhythm against England – 1st Test
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.
Trent Boult brings New Zealand in command vs. England – 3rd Test
The young fast bowler of the Kiwis, Trent Boult, exhibited a lethal bowling vs. visiting England and put his side on top at the end of the third day’s play.
England crushed New Zealand to win the series – 3rd ODI
A lethal bowling spell from the speedster Steven Finn, well supported by the other bowlers and keen batting by the English batsmen won them the third ODI vs. the Kiwis.
New Zealand toppled Sri Lanka to square the series – 2nd Test
New Zealand demonstrated an all round performance in the second Test, upset the hosts, Sri Lanka, registered their first win of 2012, and squared the series.
New Zealand smells victory as bowlers humiliate batsmen – 2nd Test vs. Sri Lanka
The bowlers from both sides ruled the day by grabbing 18 wickets during the 4th day’s play as New Zealand was marching towards a grand win to square the series.
Thilan Samaraweera boosted Sri Lanka – second Test vs. New Zealand
Thilan Samaraweera played an anchor’s role in the first innings of Sri Lanka and avoided a follow on against New Zealand that looked eminent at one stage.
New Zealand get hold of Sri Lanka – 2nd Test
New Zealand continued their supremacy in the second Test by removing three top order batsmen of Sri Lanka after the visitors scored 412 runs in the 1st innings.