James Anderson: Top 5 bowling performances in Test Cricket at Lord's
#4 5/47 vs New Zealand, 2013
In the New Zealand series at home, Alastair Cook won the toss and chose to bat first. England could only make 232 runs before they got all-out, thanks to Southee and Wagner's heroics. Tim Southee picked up 4 wickets after conceding 58 runs and Wagner picked up 3 wickets for 70.
New Zealand who then came out to bat got destroyed by Jimmy Anderson and were bundled out for just 207 runs. Anderson picked up 5 wickets and conceded just 47 runs which included 11 maidens at an economy rate of 1.96. Anderson picked up the wickets of first four batsmen and played a key role in New Zealand's low-score.
England then came out to bat and scored just 213 runs setting a target of 239. In the second innings, Stuart Broad took over and picked up 7 wickets for just 44 runs and New Zealand got all-out for just 68 runs and suffered an embarrassing defeat.