- New Zealand’s Devon Conway ruled not out off Stuart Broad
- England unhappy with signal given by Richard Illingworth
Does international cricket need the soft signal for low catches? It was a question posed by many, including England’s bowling coach, Jon Lewis, as New Zealand moved to a position of strength on the second day of the second Test at Edgbaston.
The tourists closed on 229 for three, trailing by 74 runs, thanks in part to Devon Conway following the imperious double century made on debut at Lord’s last week with another well-crafted 80 that underlined the left-hander’s class.