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Anderson takes five as India 107 all out at stumps

12 August 2018, 01:29 | Pamela Mathis

Anderson takes five as India 107 all out at stumps

India vs England 2nd Test at Lord's: India lose openers cheaply again before rain stops play on day 2

England captain Joe Root made a decision to field when he won the toss, a combination of cloudy skies and a green-tinged pitch were ideal for Anderson.

Coming back to the side, No.3 Cheteshwar Pujara survived 25 deliveries for 1 run before a mix-up with skipper Virat Kohli (23), cut short the Saurashtra Test specialist's stay even as rain stopped play once again.

James Anderson said that there were few batting line-ups that could have lived with England's seam attack after they ripped through India on the second day at Lord's.

After bowling India out for 107, England reached 357-6 by the close on day three after Woakes and Bairstow shared a stunning partnership worth 189.

"I thought the wicket, because of the weather we can not control, it was to bat on", he said.

With clouds expected to hang over the iconic cricket ground over the next few days, India may rethink their strategy of playing two spinners. All the bowlers, be it pacers or spinners, leaked runs to give England a healthy lead of 250.

The first was the result of an absolutely stunning away swinger that bowled Murali Vijay off the fifth ball of the day.

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Anderson immediately jolted India by trapping chinaman Kuldeep Yadav (0) plumb in front with a brilliant in-swinger, which the television replays also ruled in favour of the hosts.

Pujara, who has shown in the past he can cope with typical English conditions, set off for a single off Anderson.

England debutant Ollie Pope kept his composure, however, the 20-year-old Surrey batsman sprinting in from point to remove the bails rather than shying at the stumps.

Dropped slip catches proved a problem for England at Edgbaston, with Kohli missed twice en route to 149 - his maiden Test century in England.

But the 35.2 overs that England bowled after winning the toss were enough for them to dismiss India, with Anderson ending the day´s play when Ishant Sharma was lbw for nought.

Anderson, who has 544 Test wickets, will have his eyes on equaling Ian Botham's record of 27 five-wicket hauls in the longest format.



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