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Adam Lyth scored a maiden Test century for England before late wickets dragged New Zealand back into the second Test.

Lyth shared an opening stand of 177 with Alastair Cook, who made 75 and became England's leading Test run scorer of all time.

But, after Lyth was run out for 107, England lost three wickets to the second new ball to close day two at Headingley on 253 for 5, 97 behind.

New Zealand were earlier bowled out for 350, with Stuart Broad taking 5 for 109.








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