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New Zealand beat England by innings and 49 runs

New Zealand's Todd Astle celebrates the wicket of England's Craig Overton (right) on the fifth day of their Test match at Eden Park in Auckland on Monday. AFP
New Zealand's Todd Astle celebrates the wicket of England's Craig Overton (right) on the fifth day of their Test match at Eden Park in Auckland on Monday. AFP

New Zealand beat England by innings and 49 runs

New Zealand beat England by a crushing innings and 49 runs in the first Test in Auckland on Monday.

England were all out in their second innings for 320, with Ben Stokes making 66 and Chris Woakes 52.

For New Zealand Neil Wagner, Todd Astle and Trent Boult took three wickets each.

In the first innings England were out for 58 and New Zealand declared on 427 for eight.

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