England’s total of 58 all out against New Zealand in the first Test in Auckland was their sixth lowest of all-time.
It was also their lowest total against the Black Caps.
Press Association Sport looks at how social media reacted.
It was not the best news for a former England captain to wake up to.
The stats do not make good reading for Joe Root’s side.
The collapse comes just days after Kevin Pietersen announced his retirement from the game. But he had one solution to England’s batting problem.
Graeme Swann tried to look on the bright side on a dismal day for the tourists.
All that was lacking was Geoffrey Boycott’s view on England’s dismal performance.
David Lloyd kept his opinion brief.
At least England’s fans had not lost their sense of humour.
The only thing to celebrate on an otherwise forgettable day for England was Stuart Broad’s 400th Test wicket.
Broad had Tom Latham caught by Chris Woakes for 26 as England tried to play themselves back into the game.