Trent Boult took two early wickets to speed up New Zealand's push for victory against England on the final day at Leeds.

England slipped to a crushing 199-run defeat in the second Test at Headingley and a 1-1 series draw with New Zealand.

Set a notional 455 to win, the hosts lost five wickets in the morning session as they were bowled out for 255 with 19.1 overs remaining.

Part-time off-spinner Kane Williamson took 3-15 and Mark Craig 3-73.

Jos Buttler made 73 and captain Alastair Cook 56 but could not prevent the Kiwis securing their biggest victory over England in terms of runs.

This was England’s last Test before the Ashes against Australia start on 8 July.

A five-match one-day series against New Zealand starts on 9 June at Edgbaston.

Scores: New Zealand 350 (T Latham 84, L Ronchi 88, S Broad 5/109) and 454-8 dec (M Guptill 70, B McCullum 55, BJ Watling 120, M Craig 58 n.o., M Wood 3/97)

England 350 (A Lyth 107, A Cook 75, T Southee 4/83) and 255 (A Cook 56, J Butler 73, M Craig 3/73, M Williamson 3/15)

Man of the Match: BJ Watling

Player of the Series: T Boult (NZ) and A Cook (E).