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Southee had a chance to get another wicket, but skipper Ross Taylor reacted late at first slip to an edge from Samaraweera when the batsman was on seven.
But he did not have to wait long for his fourth success, trapping Samaraweera (17) leg-before when the batsman offered no stroke to a delivery that came in.