England fast bowling coach Ottis Gibson reflects back on Day Three of the second Test at Headingley. He believes that England did not bowl as well as they could have but feels that anything short of 400, with enough time can be chased down by England. Gibson remains optismistic about England’s chances to win the match and seal the series 2-0. READ: BJ Watling’s ton puts New Zealand on top against England at Stumps on Day 3 of 2nd Test

He commended the way New Zealand batted. He says that he was taken aback with the pace in which the New Zealand batsmen were scoring the runs. He joked saying, “The One-Day series hasn’t even begun”. New Zealand ended Day Three at 338 for six, leading England by as many runs after both teams were bowled out for 350 in their first innings. READ: Brendon McCullum becomes second NZ batsman to complete 6,000 Test runs

BJ Watling is still unbeaten on 100 and he will be key in New Zealand’s pursuit of scoring big runs. England will want to get rid of him and the other batsmen before lunch on Day Four