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England vs New Zealand, 2nd Test

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14 Jun 2022 12:05 #396158 by chairman
When England win at home (albeit this is magnificent from Bairstow and Stokes) does that mean all the away failures get forgotten?

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14 Jun 2022 12:35 #396160 by ketchim
5.24pm
Well, there we go. England said they were going to go for the win,
and here is the proof of their pudding.
Ben Stokes salutes a rapt crowd as he marches back to the pavilion.
What a tremendous display from the skipper.
Second fiddle in spite of making 75 not out from 70 balls
as he ceded the post-tea stage to one of the most astonishing onslaughts
ever seen in Test cricket. Jonny Bairstow's 77-ball hundred
and 136 from 92 all told, tore this game from New Zealand's grasp,
just when it seemed that the massive wicket of Joe Root
was going to tip the game their way.

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14 Jun 2022 13:12 #396163 by chairman
Hopefully England and their fans enjoy this win

I know they are tempted to see this as the first stage in the four year bigger target: to beat West Indies in the Caribbean

But let this win soak in first

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15 Jun 2022 08:19 #396174 by ketchim
www.espncricinfo.com/story/joe-root-rise...spot-in-odis-1320054

Root rises to No.1 in Test batting ranking
Imam moves past Kohli to No. 2 in ODI charts

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