England seized control of the second Test against New Zealand as centuries by Nick Compton and Jonathan Trott put the tourists on course for a mammoth first innings total.
England's Jonathan Trott celebrates his century on day one of the second Test against New Zealand on March 14, 2013. He was unbeaten on 121 at stumps.
The pair racked up a 210-run partnership as England reached 267 for two at stumps at Wellington's Basin Reserve, with Trott unbeaten on 121 and Kevin Pietersen 18 not out after Compton notched back-to-back Test centuries.
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