New Zealand’s Devon Conway entered as an opener on Day1 on Day 2 he was the last man out with a double century. Riding on the double century New Zealand posted 378 in the first inning on Day 2 of Test 1 against England. Later New Zealand batsmen had a field day and took out the top order of England until Joe Root helped the team recover to 111-2 at the end of Day 2, they are now in the deficit of 267 runs with Burns and Root not out with 59 and 42 runs respectively.
New Zealand had resumed play on 246-3 with a fourth-wicket partnership of 174 between Conway and left-hander Henry Nicholls. Soon from 288-3, New Zealand went to 294-7 when four wickets collapsed in six runs. But England looks strong with Root and Burns.