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The New Zealand-England two-Test series ended in a 1-1 draw, with both sides sharing the honours. As the result suggests, the contest was tightly fought, and it indeed was

New Zealand deservedly maintained their two-year old record of remaining unbeaten in Test series', putting up yet another superlative effort, this time with the ball, on the last day at Leeds, to square the series 1-1.

New Zealand did everything possible to give themselves a great chance of going for a victory at Headingley, which would ensure that their two year unbeaten record in Test series' remained in tact

After two days of Test cricket, during which fortunes constantly fluctuated, New Zealand gained a firm grip on the Headingley Test by stumps on Day 3, following an impressive all-round effort.

Find here Top wicket bowlers in test cricket: During the course of New Zealand’s first innings at Headingley, England pacer James Anderson became the 12th bowler in Test history to claim 400 or more Test wickets

During the course of his 75 on the second day of the Headingley Test, England skipper Alastair Cook became the highest Test run-scorer for his country, overtaking the legendary Graham Gooch

The Headingley Test continued to remain on an even keel as England made a confident start with the bat in their first innings courtesy a maiden Test hundred by opener Adam Lyth in only his second Test