Harry Brook Removes Kane Williamson for His First Test Scalp

During Day 4 of the second Test, which was played at the Basin Reserve in Wellington on Monday,

February 27, England's part-time bowler Harry Brook dismissed New Zealand captain Kane Williamson.

At 202/3, the Kiwis began their second innings. Williamson was unbeaten at 25, while Henry Nicholls was at 18.

Ollie Robinson defeated Nicholls for 29 for the hosts.

Nevertheless, when the batting side maintained their stunning comeback in the match,

the New Zealand skipper went on to produce a superb century.

When he was unluckily removed with 132 on the board, a feisty Williamson was looking good for much more.

The New Zealand skipper attempted to glance Brook's weak delivery down the leg side in an effort to get some runs.

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