England v India: James Anderson takes 5-20 to hurry tourists out for 107
|Second Specsavers Test, Lord’s (day two of five)|
|India 107: Anderson 5-20|
|England: Yet to bat|
James Anderson took 5-20 as England bowled a woeful India out for 107 on a rain-affected second day of the second Test at Lord’s.
India fell to 15-3 after being asked to bat in conditions perfectly suited for swing bowling.
Anderson claimed two early wickets before the first of two lengthy rain delays.
Chris Woakes took 2-19 in an extended evening session as India – 1-0 down in the series – folded in only 35.2 overs.
Woakes, returning to the side in place of Ben Stokes, and Anderson exposed India’s poor technique against the moving ball.
Only the intervention of Mohammed Shami, the number 11, pushed India beyond the 100 mark before Ishant Sharma was trapped lbw by Anderson.
With the weather set to improve on Saturday, India face a sizeable task to drag themselves back into the match.
More to follow.
Source of this (above) article: http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/cricket/45148768