Latest updatesIshant Sharma lets the ball swerve, passes Jennings' outer edge. A few solid blocks from Jennings and also good leave. Eyes on the clock as eleven minutes remain near the game. Three overs still. Must be able to come in. Of course Ashwin gets the ball at least for a lead.
Report, day 2: Hardik Pandya took five wickets and debutant-wicket-keeper Rishabh Pant held five catches for India's batsmen piled over the excruciating pain for England in the third Test at Trent Bridge.
India was 124 for two in its second inning at stumps on the second day of Sunday, an already impressive 292 points lead in a game where victory would mean that they kept the series 2-1 in a game of five games .
Cheteshwar Pujara was 33 out and India captain Virat Kohli, 97 of whom was the key to the first innings of his side 329, does not mind going with three days left in the game.
Earlier England collapsed on 161 all out in a first inning that lasted only 38.2 overs.
All-rounder Pandya took five wickets for 28 runs in six overs and enjoyed the swing-friendly conditions.
This was the second time this year that England had lost all 10 wickets during a Test cricket session after an embarrassing 58 against New Zealand in Auckland in March.
The irony was that England did not lose a wicket in 40 minutes before lunch, where India had bad luck and failed to make the most of the cloudy conditions.
They were 54 without loss in the second session, but left-handed openers Alastair Cook (29) and Keaton Jennings (20) both scored on that score, leading to a collapse where eight wickets were lost during 74 runs.
Only Jos Buttler & # 39; s 39 denied Kohli the chance to maintain the successor.
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"As a bowling department, we came together and focused on bowling in the right areas," Pandya said Sky Sports.
"The ball swung in the morning and we tried things with the new ball and they did not work," added the 24-year-old and just played his tenth test.
"Me and Ishant (Sharma) said that we had to quote the visitors and see what happens."
Sharma did exactly that when he drew a cautious outer edge of Cook that gave Pant an easy first catch in Test cricket.
The next ball, Jennings, one of the 12 hitters he opened in Tests with Cook since Andrew Strauss retired six years ago, stood in the square at Jasprit Bumrah and took Pant along.
New batsman Ollie Pope fell for 10 when a real look at Sharma was well drawn by the 20-year-old keeper along the leg.
The England captain, and batsman Joe Root (16), then defeated all-rounder Pandya's first ball low to KL Rahul on second slip.
The referees called for an assessment but made a & # 39; soft signal & # 39; from out and the on-field call was confirmed.
Ben Stokes, recalled only a few days after he was acquitted of an affray charge on Tuesday after an incident outside a Bristol nightclub last September, ran to a couple of boos from the crowd.
He could only make up for it before he had taken Mohammed Shami to Rahul.
Chris Woakes had saved England with a first test-century in a series of innings and 159 points on Lord & # 39; s last week.
But Pandya tried to catch eight, he got a top and Pant, changing his direction after the deflection, slid high to the right to hold a brilliant catch with one hand.
England was now 118 for seven.
The first ball of Pandya's next saw Adil Rashid well caught by Pant.
Stuart Broad survived the hat-trick ball, but was still out for a duck, the left-hander looked like a Pandya-inswinger.
At 128 for nine England needed two more runs to avoid the successor.
They got them when Butters front edge of Shami Ajinkya Rahane barely cleaned up.
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Buttler, with only the last man James Anderson for company, hooked up and drove six of Shami and Sharma respectively before barring himself in front of Bumrah.
"It is very disappointing – after a really good start to the day too, picking up those early wickets and not being fifty for anyone," Buttler told reporters. "We let that down."
The openers of India set a solid 60 before Rahul (36) played on Stokes and Shikhar Dhawan (44) was beaten by Bairstow of the leg spinner Rashid.
But when the game ended in bright sunshine, England had to surpass the record score of the fourth inning and win a Test at Trent Bridge, their own 284 for six against New Zealand in 2004, to achieve an unlikely success.
With inputs from AFP