Match DrawnTwo little words. Two utterly inadequate little words to describe an astonishing Test match. There was drama throughout but never more than on a final day where every session followed a pattern of England blunting the New Zealand attack only for the Kiwis to hammer through a seemingly locked door and get in position to win once again. Bell, Prior and Broad will go down in England lore for their efforts today. Astonishing rescue act, while Boult, Southee, Fulton, Williamson, McCullum and Wagner all deserve huge, huge praise for their own epic contributions to this stunner of a Test match. Prior and Southee embraced at the end, in scenes reminiscent of Andrew Flintoff and Brett Lee at Edgbaston in 2005. What an end to the series, and suddenly the two-match return series in May doesn't look like the mere Ashes appetiser it once appeared.
WICKET! Anderson c Taylor b Williamson 0He's done it again! Anderson goes second ball, carbon copy of Broad's dismissal and there's only Monty Panesar to save England now.
WICKET! Broad c Taylor b Williamson 6Another twist right at the last! Williamson into the attack and after offering a pie that Broad smacks for four he then finds the outside edge of a defensive bat and Taylor does the rest at slip. Twenty-one balls to go.