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A superb century from Marlon Samuels could not prevent West Indies from surrendering a first-innings lead on day two of the second Test against New Zealand in Jamaica.
Having bowled their opponents out for 260 to seemingly take control of the match the hosts could only muster 209 in reply, despite Samuels' superb knock of 123 that saw him face 169 deliveries.
Instead the Black Caps bowled themselves back into contention in the series thanks to the efforts of their four-pronged seam attack, with Trent Boult and Doug Bracewell both picking up three wickets apiece.
By the close of play the tourists had reached 59-2 in their second innings, meaning they hold a useful advantage of 110.
It was left-armer Boult who gave them the perfect start to the day, dismissing Kieran Powell before he'd added to his overnight total of 10 and then trapping Assad Fudadin lbw for five, despite the batsman attempting to get the decision overturned by using up a review.
Chris Gayle dropped anchor during the early carnage, managing just eight runs from 55 balls in 106 minutes at the crease before Neil Wagner got a delivery that bounced more than the opener expected, resulting in a catch looping to BJ Watling at point.
Shivnarine Chanderpaul managed just nine and when Narsingh Deonarine failed to trouble the scorers, West Indies found themselves five down with just 83 runs on the board.
However Samuels led a lower-order fightback to at least get them beyond 200, firstly playing second fiddle in a stand of 49 with skipper Darren Sammy (32) before blossoming with the tail for company.
The right-hander blasted four sixes as he opened his shoulders after bringing up the fourth Test ton of his career, launching three of his four sixes off the bowling of Tim Southee (2-70).
He was the final wicket to go down in the innings, the impressive Bracewell getting him caught acrobatically by Wagner out on the point boundary.
New Zealand's opening pair of Martin Guptill and Watling both fell lbw to Deonarine before the close, giving the hosts a welcome boost heading into day three.
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