Southampton: Clinching the remaining two Indian wickets in a jiffy, England bowled out India for 330 -- 239 runs behind -- but chose not to enforce the follow-on on the fourth day of the third cricket Test at The Rose Bowl here Wednesday.
James Anderson took both the wickets Mahendra Singh Dhoni (50) and Mohammed Shami (5) with India adding just seven runs to their overnight total in the brief morning session.
India resumed from 323-8 overnight, and James Anderson took the last two wickets within 22 minutes on Wednesday.
He bounced out India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni, who didn't add to his overnight score of 50, and Mohammed Shami, on 5, gloved a short ball to give wicketkeeper Jos Buttler a second successive catch. Anderson finished with 5-53, his 16th 5-for in tests. Pankaj Singh was left on 1 not out in his test debut.
England totalled 569 for seven declared in their first innings.