Kiwis strike back late to gain valuable momentum before lunch.
The see-sawing nature of the Test series between England and New Zealand has continued early on day two, as the visitors took two wickets in as many balls to be on top at lunch.
After the first day was lost due to wet weather, bright skies and a dry pitch greeted England and their captain Alastair Cook, who elected to bat first when the coin fell his way.
The home side had added 11 runs at Headingley before Neil Compton was dismissed cheaply for just one run off the bowling of Tim Southee (1-22).
The New Zealand bowler was rewarded when he pitched the ball up, enticing Compton to drive on the front foot, but seam movement saw an edge balloon to Dean Brownlie at third slip.
Skipper Cook and first-drop batsman Jonathan Trott then added 56 for the second wicket before Neil Wagner got Trott (28) loosely driving through the covers.
A thin edge flew through to a delighted Brendon McCullum with the gloves and England were 67-2.
Trott departed on the last ball of the 24th over and Cook joined him back in the pavilion at the start of the 25th, when Doug Bracewell (1-17) enticed the captain to drive at a full ball.
The left-handed Cook (34) was late in getting his foot to the pitch of the ball, which flew off the outside edged again to the safe hands of Brownlie at third slip, and suddenly England found themselves at 67-3 at lunch.
England v New Zealand
Played at Headingley
Toss won by England
England 1st Innings
A. Cook c Brownlie b Bracewell 34
N. Compton c Brownlie b Southee 1
J. Trott c McCullum b Wagner 28
I. Bell not out 0
J. Root not out 0
Extras (w3, nb1) 4
Total (3 wkts, 26 overs, 121 mins) 67
Fall of wickets: 1-11 (Compton), 2-67 (Trott), 3-67 (Cook)
To bat: J Bairstow, M Prior, S Broad, G Swann, S Finn, J Anderson
Bowling: Boult 6-3-6-0 (2w); Southee 7-1-22-1; Wagner 7-0-22-1 (1nb, 1w); Bracewell 6-3-17-1