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India vs England, 2nd Test: Day 2 at Lord's

Despite rain consuming the larger part of play, England started the second Test on a bright note as they bundled out India for 107 in the first innings, courtesy of James Anderson's 5/20.

India TV Sports Desk [ Published on: August 11, 2018 0:33 IST ]
  • Put into bat under overcast conditions, the frailties of a wobbly top order was there for everyone to see as veteran Jimmy Anderson (5/20) made them hop, skip and jump on a track with his 26th five-wicket haul in longest form. He was ably complemented by Chris Woakes (2/19), Sam Curran (1/26) and Stuart Broad (1/37).
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    Put into bat under overcast conditions, the frailties of a wobbly top order was there for everyone to see as veteran Jimmy Anderson (5/20) made them hop, skip and jump on a track with his 26th five-wicket haul in longest form. He was ably complemented by Chris Woakes (2/19), Sam Curran (1/26) and Stuart Broad (1/37).

  • The inept technique coupled with fragile temperament of Indian batting was thoroughly exposed as they crumbled to 107 all out against a top quality England seam attack on a rain-hit second day of the second cricket Test.
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    The inept technique coupled with fragile temperament of Indian batting was thoroughly exposed as they crumbled to 107 all out against a top quality England seam attack on a rain-hit second day of the second cricket Test.

  • Anderson was right on target removing Murali Vijay (0) with a delivery that pitched on the middle stump line and moved enough as the opener tried to flick it, only to miss the line completely.
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    Anderson was right on target removing Murali Vijay (0) with a delivery that pitched on the middle stump line and moved enough as the opener tried to flick it, only to miss the line completely.

  • With the conditions adverse, not for once did the Kohli-Rahane duo look settled during their 34-run stand off 13.1 overs.
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    With the conditions adverse, not for once did the Kohli-Rahane duo look settled during their 34-run stand off 13.1 overs.

  • Cheteshwar Pujara (1, 25 balls) left a lot of deliveries but was once again run out trying a quick single with his skipper Kohli backtracking after initially responding to a call. The only hope was the skipper himself and his deputy Ajinkya Rahane (18), who had scored a memorable century in 2014.
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    Cheteshwar Pujara (1, 25 balls) left a lot of deliveries but was once again run out trying a quick single with his skipper Kohli backtracking after initially responding to a call. The only hope was the skipper himself and his deputy Ajinkya Rahane (18), who had scored a memorable century in 2014.

  • Rahane's patience gave away as Anderson coming for his second spell bowled a beauty to force him to edging one to the slips as India's resistance ended in a jiffy.
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    Rahane's patience gave away as Anderson coming for his second spell bowled a beauty to force him to edging one to the slips as India's resistance ended in a jiffy.

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