|First Test, Eden Park, Auckland (day one of five)|
|England 58: Overton 33*; Boult 6-32, Southee 4-25|
|New Zealand 175-3: Williamson 91*|
|New Zealand lead by 117 runs|
England were bowled out for 58 – their sixth lowest total – as New Zealand dominated day one of the first Test.
Playing their first Test since losing the Ashes 4-0 in Australia, England slipped to 27-9 before being dismissed in 20.4 overs at Eden Park, Auckland.
Trent Boult took 6-32 and Tim Southee 4-25 as five batsmen made ducks, equalling England’s record.
Kane Williamson’s 91 not out helped the hosts to 175-3 – a lead of 117 – after Stuart Broad claimed his 400th wicket.
England became only the fifth side to be bowled out in the first session of a Test.
They knew they were facing a 10th defeat in 12 away Tests long before their last wicket fell barely an hour and a half into what was expected to be a keenly contested two-match series.
Craig Overton, the number nine, top-scored with an unbeaten 33, while Mark Stoneman was the only other batsman to reach double figures.
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