Two crucial wickets to part-time spinner Kane Williamson put New Zealand firmly in charge of the final Test on Monday as England, facing a world record target of 481, slumped to 90 for four at stumps.
New Zealand's Peter Fulton (L) bats beside England wicketkeeper Matt Prior during their series-deciding final Test in Auckland on March 25, 2013. New Zealand were in command on Monday as they set England a record 481-run target after Fulton notched up his second century of the match.
On a day that belonged to the Black Caps, with recalled batsman Peter Fulton blasting his second century of the match, England made a disastrous start to the daunting run chase on a turning Eden Park wicket.
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