James Anderson and Stuart Broad take early wickets as England take control of the second Test match against New Zealand.
England have made inroads into the New Zealand batting order on day two of the second Test match in Wellington.
The Black Caps find themselves three wickets down and trailing by 399 runs, with James Anderson and Stuart Broad both inflicting early damage.
Peter Fulton was the first to go, having made just one run from 24 deliveries. He was caught in the slips by Alastair Cook off Anderson.
Broad struck twice in two deliveries to remove Hamish Rutherford (23) and Ross Taylor for a golden duck.
Dean Brownlie came to the crease and was tentative in making eight off 36 balls.
He will resume play tomorrow with Kane Williamson (32) as the hosts struggle on 66-3.
NZ finish first innings 269 all out >