The first Test between England and New Zealand at Lord’s has swung in the favour of tourists after the Brendon McCullum led Kiwi side posted a massive total of 523 runs in their first innings. Kane Williamson scored an inspiring 132 and was well supported by Ross Taylor (62), McCullum (42) and wicketkeeper BJ Watling (61 not out).

The sizeable total by New Zealand, gave them a lead of 134 runs. Playing at home, the England side weren’t good in the field and dropped a few catches. Mitchell Gunn from Getty Images captured a moment from the third day after Ian Bell dropped Williamson at slip. A disappointed Bell lay on his back for a few seconds.

Later in the day, England lost two early wickets and were struggling at 25 for two. Captain Alistair Cook and Bell, then consolidated with a 49-run stand and at the end of the day’s play, they were 74 for two.