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Live Reporting

Matthew Henry and Timothy Abraham

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  1. Goodbye

    Phew. Well, that just about wraps up things for day one in Auckland. A breathless and enthralling day. That first session will live long in the memory.

    Anyway, before you go check out Justin Goulding's report on an eventful day.

    A reminder that coverage of day two of the first Test will begin at 00:30 GMT on Friday on the BBC Sport website and TMS will go live at that time as well.

    Hopefully see you then.

  2. 'We have to work out a way forward'

    BBC Test Match Special

    More from Trevor Bayliss, who said: "We have to sit down as a group and say 'can we do things differently in that situation?' 'Can we snap out of it?' It is not first time (England have collapsed). We have to sit down and work out a way forward.

    "The guys have been working hard but on this occasion we weren't anywhere near good enough."

  3. 'Not just down to preparation'

    Graeme Swann

    Ex-England spinner on BBC Test Match Special

    If it was all down to preparation you cannot understand New Zealand's dominance because their boys that performed today played like the England boys did in the ODI.

    Alastair Cook's dismissal might be more of a case of technique than preparation. He has fallen to that delivery a few times and it has to be looked at.

    England must look at Trent Boult and see that he bowled full and caused problems. Jimmy Anderson bowled well but didn't bowl full enough.

    Trent Boult and Alastair Cook
  4. 'We would like more games'

    BBC Test Match Special

    Coach Trevor Bayliss on England's lack of preparation: "We can’t fit everything in. We would like to have more games.

    "If we have completely separate teams then it might be a possibility but when half of your half is playing in the one-day series that can be difficult.

    "A lot of teams around world have that problem and it is something we have to put up with."

  5. Post update

    England's lack of preparation for the Test series will now inevitably come under scrutiny. They drew two warm-up matches which critics felt lacked intensity.

  6. 'Root shouldn't bat at three'

    Graeme Swann

    Ex-England spinner on BBC Test Match Special

    I don't think they can keep on going in with four seamers who all bowl the same thing. I don't see the need for Root to bat at three. If Stokes can bowl then I would go with Malan.

    Root is our best player and I'd like to see him at three and be confident to take it on, but he doesn't want to bat there. For me, whatever he says goes.

    If he gets nought in the second innings he will never bat at three again for England.

  7. Post update

    In case you missed it, skipper Joe Root moved up to bat at number three. It didn't quite work out as planned for the England captain who had has his off stump knocked back as he attempted to drive one that swung back from Trent Boult.

    Should he continue to bat there in the order? Graeme Swann does not think so.

  8. 'No variety to England attack'

    Graeme Swann

    Ex-England spinner on BBC Test Match Special

    Our off-spinner is trusted so little by the captain that we have picked four seamers ahead of him and they're all very similar bowlers. There's not much variety in our attack, and it lacks real pace and bounce.

    My biggest concern was that the bowling wasn't penetrative enough, whereas the batting can be looked at and improved.

  9. Post update

    Another animal comparison from Trevor Bayliss then? Difficult to determine which is the more appropriate out of a deer or a rabbit to reflect England's batting woes.

  10. 'Someone sneezes and everyone caught a cold today'

    BBC Test Match Special

    England coach Trevor Bayliss, speaking to BBC Test Match Special said: "I can't explain it. We were nowhere near good enough. The New Zealand bowlers bowled well but we batted equally badly. It swung around a bit but nothing different to any other first day of a Test match.

    "The ball was pitched up and swinging and we were caught behind the crease for a lot of dismissals. Trying to get forward and negate the swing would have been the way to go.

    "We were all watching the game and sitting and discussing things. It is the players who are having to go out there and do it. It was like deer in the headlights. Someone sneezes and everyone caught a cold today."

  11. Post update

    You can now read Justin Goulding's report from an incredible first day at Eden Park in Auckland. As England collapses go, it will surely be up there with the most memorable of recent times.

  12. 'Practice games lack intensity'

    England head coach Trevor Bayliss, speaking to Sky Sports, on their preparation for the Test: "In those practice games it is always a little difficult. It sometimes doesn't matter how hard you try to play the games always lack intensity.

    "It is always difficult to copy the intensity of a Test match. In the first match we were very rusty. In the second we were a lot better."

  13. 'Horrific day from start to finish'

    Graeme Swann

    Ex-England spinner on BBC Test Match Special

    It was a horrific day from start to finish. New Zealand bowled well but England's technique has been found wanting.

    They didn't get out of their crease and they didn't cover their stumps. They got on the end of a juggernaut which just doesn't stop and there's nothing you can do about it.

    Chris Woakes
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    Laurence Bowyer: Once the day was in full swing, the only surprise was Eng making it past 50. Planning, selection and execution all wrong!

    Bowser: New Zealand might aswell declare overnight. They already have enough to beat us. Shambles doesn't even cover it.

  15. Post update

    Graeme Swann

    Ex-England spinner on BBC Test Match Special

    It looked perfect for batting. The ball did a bit but we have seen it do a lot more. When England bowled Australia out at Trent Bridge it was emerald green, damp and seaming sideways.

    It didn't seem right that all those wickets fell and sometimes that is harder to stop.

  16. 'England batsmen had lead in their feet'

    England head coach Trevor Bayliss, speaking to Sky Sports: "It was one of the more difficult ones (days). We didn't bat very well. They bowled exceptionally well and we batted exceptionally poorly. It must have been a mental thing. Our batsmen's feet looked like they had lead in them. We didn't make too many right decision with our footwork.

    "We certainly got caught behind the crease to full balls. We were a little like rabbits in the headlights. Today we were not just off little bit we were off long way and wasn't good enough."

  17. How England's collapse unfolded...

    • 6-1: Cook c Latham b Boult 5 - no foot movement and edges outswinger to second slip
    • 6-2: Root b Boult 0 - captain has his off stump knocked back as he shapes to drive one that swings back between bat and pad
    • 16-3: Malan c Watling b Boult 2 - drawn forward by Boult and Watling takes fine diving catch in front of first slip
    • 18-4: Stoneman c Watling b Southee 11 - another batsman not moving his feet, another edge to Watling
    • 18-5: Stokes b Boult 0 - back in the side after missing the Ashes, Stokes is beaten by a fine delivery that clips the top of off stump
    • 18-6: Bairstow c&b Southee 0 - driving on the up and smartly taken in Southee's follow-through
    • 23-7: Woakes b Boult 5 - forward defensive, played on the walk, is beaten by another inswinger
    • 23-8: Moeen b Southee 0 - a third batsman of the innings is bowled, Moeen inexplicably missing a low full toss
    • 27-9: Broad c Williamson b Southee 0 - captain takes sensational one-handed catch, diving high to his left at gully, as Broad departs with a wry smile
    • 58 all out: Anderson c Nicholls b Boult 1 - fends short ball to gully
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    SMS Message: Test match over after 90mins. Totally shameful by England. I don't want a single excuse from Root or Bayliss. Fire Cook and Strauss. Nothing will change whilst those two are anywhere near England selecting their friends rather than who can play. from Chris
    Chris
  19. 'Like rabbits in the headlights'

    Trevor Bayliss has found the appropriate analogy for England's remarkable collapse, describing his players as "like rabbits in the headlights". Full quotes to follow.

    Moeen Ali