Stuart Broad strikes as New Zealand lose four with two wickets in two balls as England made a sensational beginning to the final day of the second test in Christchurch on Tuesday.
In the morning session, they were the first of four wickets fall as New Zealand reached lunch at 124 for four.
Their target out of reach as England pushed to snap a run of 12.
Tom Latham, 65 years, his 14th test half century, not out 15 with BJ Watling.
New Zealand had 42 without loss 10 wickets along with the options or chasing 342 runs to wins.
Board removed Jeet Raval & New Zealand’s with the first two balls.
Moreover, Ross Taylor denied him rare & he had a life of six. Dropped at third slip by James Vince.
But this had a short for the elder statesman of the New Zealand who was on 13 when dismissed by Jack.
There have been only 42 hat tricks in the history of Test cricket & board against India in 2011.
Raval, who was 17 at stumps, flicked leg side delivery at midwicket, However, Williamson nicked an off-stumps ball.
Cook turns in to the action at first slip to catch Henry for 13. Gave Jimmy Anderson his first wicket.
For the later in the day, the cloud is forecast along the possibility which light may dictate the outcome.