New Delhi: England trailed India by 414 runs after the second day's play in the first Test being held at Trent Bridge here Thursday.
After bowling out India for 457 runs, the hosts were batting on 43/1 at stumps.
India were bowled out for 457 in their first innings in the third and last session of Day 2.
The last wicket to fall was Bhuvneshwar Kumar (58), who was caught by Joe Root off the bowling of Moeen Ali. Mohammed Shami remained unbeaten on 51.
Pacer James Anderson clinched three wickets while Stuart Broad and Ben Stokes took two each.
India made 433/9 at tea. Bhuvneshwar Kumar and Mohammed Shami were batting on 46 and 39, respectively, when tea was called. Earlier in the session, India lost four wickets. Earlier, India went into lunch batting at 342/5.
After resuming the day at 259/4, opener Murali Vijay was the only loss for the visitors when he was caught leg before wicket while batting at 146.
Captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni and allrounder Ravindra Jadeja were batting at 81 and 24 at the end of the first session.
Team India will be happy to be in the position they are in despite losing Pujara, Kohli and Rahane at crucial juncture. The day belonged to Murali Vijay, whose fourth Test hundred helped his sidefinish on a strong note. Even as wickets kept falling at regular intervals, the opener dug deep and kept one end up.
India: M Vijay, S Dhawan, CA Pujara, V Kohli, AM Rahane, RA Jadeja, MS Dhoni*†, STR Binny, B Kumar, I Sharma, Mohammed Shami.
England: AN Cook*, SD Robson, GS Ballance, IR Bell, JE Root, MM Ali, MJ Prior†, BA Stokes, SCJ Broad, LE Plunkett, JM Anderson
Here are the live updates of Day 2: