England has beaten New Zealand by 170 runs with more than a day to spare in the first Test at Lord’s.
The hosts were ordered by chief selector Geoff Miller to atone for the drawn series in New Zealand in March, and answered emphatically on a manic fourth day when 14 wickets fell in less than two sessions.
New Zealand was out for 68, with Stuart Broad leading the damage with 7-44.
New Zealand actually started the day on top, finishing off England’s second innings for 213 as Tim Southee became the first Kiwi in seven years to take 10 wickets in a match.
But set 239 for the win, New Zealand crumbled to its ninth lowest Test score in just 22.3 overs.