Kiwis sieze control after Watling ton: 2nd Test, Day 3 (Leeds)

BJ Watling made history as New Zealand's first ever test centurion at Headingley and set his team up for win after a controlled, classy century to launch the Black Caps to 338-6 in their second innings. Earlier, England lost 6-31 in the first 14 overs with the second new ball, as Southee (4-83) kept finding the edge to bowl them out for 350. New Zealand 350 and 338 for 6 (Watling 100*, Craig 15*) lead England 350 (Lyth 107, Cook 75, Southee 4-83) by 338 runs. May 2015

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