1958: Peter May leads win with a century (Old Trafford)

Skipper Peter May was the main difference as he struck 101 when England made 365 in reply to New Zealands 267.

Left arm spinner Tony Lock took 7-35 on a rain affected pitch to skittle out the Kiwi's for just 85 in the second innings.

England won by an innings and 13 runs to go 3-0 up in the 5 Test series.

4th Test, Old Trafford, July 1958

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