England were dismissed for 350 in reply to New Zealand’s first innings 350 to leave the scores level on the third day of the second Test at Headingley on Sunday.
Stuart Broad was last man out for 46, having helped England put on 83 runs for the last two wickets during partnerships of 49 and 32 with Mark Wood (19) and James Anderson (10 not out) respectively.
Tim Southee took 3-6 in 17 balls on his way to figures of 4-83 in 30 overs.
Adam Lyth top-scored with 107, the opener making a maiden Test century on his Yorkshire home ground.
England captain Alastair Cook, Lyth’s fellow left-handed opener, made 75 during which he broke Graham Gooch’s previous record for the most Test runs by an England batsman of 8,900.
England lead the two-match series 1-0 following their 124-run victory in the first Test at Lord’s on Monday.