Australia dominate as New Zealand collapses in Wellington Test

Australia dominate as New Zealand collapses in Wellington Test

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Three balls later, New Zealand faced more trouble when Ravindra was caught by Lyon at point.

Daryl Mitchell managed to score 11 runs before being caught by wicketkeeper Alex Carey off the bowling of Cummins.

Young dismissed Mitchell Marsh with the next ball, after which Carey again left New Zealand struggling at 29–5, before Blundell and Phillips briefly steadied the ship.

Phillips was eventually removed when he edged a Hazlewood bouncer to Starc at deep backward square. Spin king Lyon finished with 4-43.

Green began the morning where he left off, resuming at 279-2 before hitting a six to add to his overnight score of 103 to take the visitors past 300.

The 24-year-old player increased the problems for the Black Caps bowlers by hitting another six and the score reached 150.

His innings included 23 fours and five sixes, providing a welcome relief to the Australians after their top-order batsmen struggled in their first innings on Thursday.

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