Hapless England crumbled to 58 hard and fast against New Zealand as just a rebellious last-wicket stand helped them scramble past the most minimal aggregate in their 141-year Test history.

Trent Boult (six for 32) and Tim Southee (four for 25) demonstrated relentless with the pink ball in the principal day-night Test in New Zealand at Auckland’s Eden Park, until Craig Overton and James Anderson concocted tardy and brief protection.

The new-ball match wreaked destruction as the travelers hardly figured out how to breeze through Test cricket’s record-breaking most minimal aggregate – 26 by New Zealand against them here in 1955 – tumbling to 27 for nine, and after that needed to regret their aggregate disappointment while home chief Kane Williamson (91no) took the answer to 175 for three at stumps.