James Anderson took his 300th Test wicket and then ended a bold counter-attack by New Zealand's Ross Taylor as England fought back in the first Test at Lord's.
England cricketer James Anderson (R) appeals unsuccessfully for the wicket of New Zealand's Kane Williamson during the second day of the first International Test cricket match between England and New Zealand at Lord's cricket ground in London on May 17, 2013. The second day ended with New Zealand 153 for four in reply to England's first innings 232, a deficit of 79 runs.
The two players lit up a Lord's bathed in artificial floodlight to counter the overhead gloom of Friday's second day, which ended with New Zealand 153 for four in reply to England's first innings 232 -- a deficit of 79 runs.
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