Centuries from Kane Williamson and Ross Taylor ensured a draw in the second Test between New Zealand and England, with the former clinching the series 1-0. However, England missed a big opportunity to make a comeback in the game on the final day of the game. With a lead of only 53 runs for New Zealand, England's Joe Denly dropped Kane Williamson on 62.
The English team could hardly believe what they had seen when Denly dropped a significantly easy catch, and Jofra Archer couldn't help but put out a smile in disbelief.
Williamson eventually remained unbeaten on 104 until rain stopped the play during the second session.
New Zealand had won the first Test by an innings and 65 runs. In the second game, England captain Joe Root made a remarkable comeback after significant struggles with the bat, as he scored a double-century - his first outside home.
However, persistent rains at Hamilton, combined with missed opportunity on the final day denied the visitors a chance to go for the win.
While New Zealand returns to action on December 12 as they take on Trans-Tasman rivals Australia in the three-match Test series, England will tour South Africa later this month, as they begin their four-match Test series on December 26 in Centurion.