Stuart Broad spoke about his incredible partnership with Matt Prior that helped save the third and final Test against New Zealand at Auckland.

The fighting spirit was no better expressed than by the record effort of Stuart Broad as England batted for survival in their second innings.
He went 102 minutes without scoring, one minute more than the previous scoreless record set by New Zealand's Geoff Allott against South Africa 14 years ago.
Cook said the one consolation for England was despite being outplayed they proved they were a difficult side to beat.
"If we're being honest we didn't play as well as we'd have liked but that should not detract from how well New Zealand played," he said.
"They put us under a huge amount of pressure but I'm proud to say we stood up to it and just about fought through."