As soon as England took the new ball, Stuart Broad was at his terrifying best, turning the match on its head. Broad first sent back Centurion Daryl Mitchell, who was playing really well.
The next batsman was Grandhomme, who was hit in the pads on the first ball. Despite the fact that the umpire did not call it, he was found outside the crease, and Pope, who was stationed at the gully, ran him out. Jamieson came out next, was bowled out by a jaffa, and the match’s complexion was completely changed in no time, thanks to vintage Broad.
Stuart Broad bowls incredible delivery to dismiss Kyle Jamieson
In the ongoing Test series opener at Lord’s, England pacer Stuart Broad struck twice in the same over as New Zealand lost wickets in a flurry after a tenacious stand between Daryl Mitchell and Tom Blundell. As New Zealand resumed play after a delayed start on Day 3, Mitchell was 97 not out overnight and Blundell was 90 not out, with an unbroken fifth-wicket partnership of 180.
Mitchell reached the three-figure mark in the first over of the day, while Blundell missed out on his century after falling for 96. The World Test champions were faced with a daunting total, but Broad had other ideas. In the 84th over of the innings, the veteran seamer turned things around by dismissing Mitchell in the third delivery.
In the space of three balls, New Zealand went from 251/5 to 251/7 after Colin de Grandhomme was run out off the next delivery and Broad dismissed Kyle Jamieson for a duck.
Broad sped past Jamieson’s defense and was off on a celebratory run, giving England a hat-trick at the ‘home of cricket.’ England Cricket’s new coach, Brendon McCullum, appeared to be impressed with the triple-strike in a video shared on Twitter.
OH MY BROAD! 😱
— England Cricket (@englandcricket) June 4, 2022
In the second innings, England bundled out the opposition for 285 runs, their first match under the new leadership duo of captain Ben Stokes and McCullum.