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12.10 am: They know it’s all over
New Zealand 388 (Young 82, Conway 80, Taylor 80, Wide 4-48), 41 for 2 (Latham 23*) won England 303 (Lawrence 81*, Burns 81, Bolt 4-85) and 122 (Wood 29, Wagner 3-18, Henry 3-36) by eight wickets
The first ball said it all, really. Sent by a muddled stitch, Trent Bolt finds bats and Tom Blundell’s waiting gloves leaving Ole Stone, England’s last man, visibly exhaling in a vicious resignation from his team’s fate. Edgbaston’s hour had not yet passed by 11 a.m.
The guy on the other end, James Anderson, was in the changing room and back straight out again, making the first production. He wouldn’t fall without a fight.
Nor was his old teammate, Stewart Broad, who hit the last on the next when Devon Conway, the man with 306 assists in 76.50 hits the run in the only two Tests of his career. Brod Conway tempted one to go outside and found the advantage of taking James Prause behind logs where the visitors only needed 32 more for victory.
Stone entered the attack in the tenth minute and hit the sixth ball. After Will Young was punished for the fence on a larger scale, Stone had sliced Young to the stumps with only five runs.
Reserve Captain Tom Latham sealed the score in the next round with a four-hit through a square leg off Mark Wood followed by two more balls later through a third man. It was New Zealand’s first Test series victory in England since 1999 and sent England to their first home Test series defeat since 2014.
11.45 a.m.: Very good
11.25 am: Conway Exit
Stuart Broad doesn’t come down without a fight, as Devon lures Conway to one of them outside and knocks out hitter James Prause behind logs. The visitors only need 32 more to win.
11.05 a.m.: No, it really didn’t last long
10.50 am: Who is it?
10.05 am: How long have you been?
Valkyrie Bynes is general editor at ESPNcricinfo