On this day two years ago, the Kiwis were up against the mighty English side in the first Test match at Auckland in 2018. The much-anticipated Test series between the two countries started off with a bang as the Kiwis completed a dominating victory over the visitors. 

The Test match started with Trent Boult and Tim Southee wreaking havoc in the first session and getting the English side out for a paltry score of 58. Kane Williamson won the toss and elected to bowl first on a pacy track in Eden Park, Auckland.

The visitors had no answers to the swinging deliveries of Trent Boult and Tim Southee. Boult claimed career-best figures of 6-32 whilst his new ball partner Tim Southee also took 4-35 to break the backbone of England's batting line up.  

England's lowest Test score till date is 45 and it was made during the 1887 Sydney Test against Australia. At 23-8, the chances of England registering the lowest ever score by a Test playing nation looked very much possible. 

However, the visitors made sure that they avoid getting that embarrassing record to their name, thanks to the last wicket partnership of 31 runs between Craig Overton and James Anderson. 

In reply, the Kiwis scored 427-8 and declared their innings after skipper Kane Williamson and Henry Nicholls got to their hundreds. England could only score 320 in their 2nd innings and it was not enough for them to dodge an innings defeat.