Kane Williamson leaps to his left to grab the screamer © Getty Images
Kane Williamson leaps to his left to grab the screamer © Getty Images

New Zealand had a wonderful start to the Test series. Playing their first ever day-night Test at home, the Kiwis bowled out England for 58. Trent Boult and Tim Southee combined to test the skills of Englishmen by making the pink ball talk. Not only the edges flew around throughout the day, New Zealand captain Kane Williamson too joined the act.

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One of the best batsmen in the game, Williamson is amongst the finest fielders and keeps testing himself, redefining the incredible acrobatics level.

With the ball travelling off the edge at a brisk pace and going away from him, Williamson leaps full stretch to his left to complete the stunner. Mind you, he is a right hander.

Kane Williamson, Trent Boult put New Zealand in command against England in 1st Test, Day 1
Kane Williamson, Trent Boult put New Zealand in command against England in 1st Test, Day 1

Broad’s wicket had reduced England to 27 for 9. England managed 53.45 per cent of their team runs post this wicket to reach 58, their sixth lowest score in history.

Williamson would continue to inflict damage in the English camp. He remained not out at 91, nine short of his 18th Test hundred, which will be a New Zealand record.

Broad too had his moment. He dismissed Tom Latham to become the second Englishman and the 10th fast bowler to reach the 400-wicket club in Tests.