New Zealand beat England 1-0 in the two-Test series after the second game in Hamilton ended in a draw on day five.
Denly drops a dolly, Williamson makes the most of good fortune and New Zealand make it six home series wins on the spin...
England's first tour of the winter is over but how much can you remember of the five T20Is and two Test matches?
Kane Williamson and Ross Taylor made centuries on rain-hit final day to frustrate England and secure a series win for New Zealand.
Kane Williamson, Ross Taylor and rain ruined any slender hopes England had of winning in Hamilton. Here is the final score.
Joe Denly inadvertently produced a moment that will live long in the memory by dropping an absolute sitter in Hamilton!
Joe Root scored a magnificent double hundred as England put themselves in a position to push for victory in the second Test.
Jeet Raval's remarkable non-review, Joe Root's risky run to reach his double ton but is there time for England to force a win?
England may regret their decision to go into the second Test against New Zealand without a main spinner, says Mark Butcher.
Joe Root returned to form with a century but England's hopes of forcing a win in the second Test were hit by rain.
Joe Root bats long to answer his critics, Rory Burns in the runs as well but do England have time to force a result?
Joe Root's mental resilience has lifted the pressure off the England captain, according to Sky Sports pundit Rob Key.
Stuart Broad took 4-73 as England dismissed New Zealand for 375 in Hamilton before losing two wickets before stumps.
Watling second only to Gilchrist and what's wrong with Archer - the notables from day two at Seddon Park in Hamilton...
Rob Key has hit out at the condition of county pitches, claiming they are detrimental to English batsmen in Test cricket.
Stuart Broad says England need a batsman to score 150-plus to give themselves a chance of beating New Zealand.
Ben Stokes says captain Joe Root has the full backing of everyone in the England changing room ahead of the second Test against New Zealand.
"Nonsense" selections, a costly drop and a contentious lbw call - here are the notables from day one at Seddon Park...
He enjoyed an illustrious playing career but to many around the world Ian Smith will be best known as 'Smithy', the commentator.
Alec Stewart told The Cricket Debate that England will never again go on tour without a second frontline wicket-keeper in their squad.
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