Nick Compton was the first wicket to fall in England's innings, he was caught by Watling off Tim Southee at the score of two runs. (AP Photo)
Alastair cook played a resilient innings of 43 runs off 145 balls before getting caught by Brownlie on Kane Williamson's delivery. (AP Photo)
England lost two wickets at the end of Day 4 in the form Alastair Cook and nightwatchman Steven Finn; Kane Picked up both the wickets. (AP Photo)
Peter Fulton and Brendon McCullum compiled a speedy 117 runs in 16.5 overs with a run-rate of 6.95 for the fifth wicket to take the initiative away from England.
Brendon McCullum provided the finishing touches with a quickfire 67 off 53 balls as New Zealand set England a record target of 481 runs.
Peter Fulton scored his second century of the Test hitting 110 runs off 165 balls leading New Zealand to a total of 241 for 6 dec. in the second innings.