England were all out for 58 in the First Test against New Zealand on Day 1 andÂ New Zealand 175-3 (NZ lead by 117 runs with 7 first-innings wickets remaining).
On the other hand , Stuart Board achieved a wonderful milestone of 400 wickets taking Latham wicket .
And about the Englandâ€™s performance? Sure, theyâ€™re undercooked because thatâ€™s what happens nowadays, but one-day cricket is still cricket â€“ the fundamentals donâ€™t change that much. Move yo feet! Also, they know how to bat in these conditions, and they have experience of performing under pressure. I presume Joe Root is giving them what for in the changing room, the problem being he played a loose drive himself, though got a goodun. And looking ahead, what happens if England fail again in the second innings? I felt the selectors were generous after the Ashes, allowing so many to survive. Even if they could justify each reprieve, it didnâ€™t send the right message that you can get whacked and stroll on. The line that England were in every Test was nonsense really – the only reason it wasnâ€™t 5-0 was because Australia didnâ€™t have the players they had in 06-07 and 13-14. It was nothing to do with anything that England did.
Trevor Bayliss england coach saidÂ
We certainly didnâ€™t bat very well this morning. They bowled extremely well but we batted extremely poorly. I think it must have been a mental thing. Our feet looked like they had lead in them today and we didnâ€™t make too many right decisions with our footwork.
Look, we certainly got caught behind the crease to fairly full balls and then we were nowhere. We looked a little bit like rabbits in the headlights.
Today weâ€™re not just off a little bit today, weâ€™re off a lot today. It just wasnâ€™t good enough. There were good [bowling] conditions this morning, a little bit of green grass, but nothing out of the ordinary, that you wouldnâ€™t expect on the first day of a Test match. We need to come out and have a good day tomorrow, hopefully knock them over for as little as possible and then bat big.