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Lord’s Test: England 51/2, trail by 244 at lunch

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London, July 18 :

England were batting at 51/2 at lunch on Day 2 of the second Test after bowling India out for 295 at Lord’s here Friday.india-vs-england

India added only five runs to their first innings total in the morning before last wicket Mohammed Shami got out for 19 while Ishant Sharma remained unbeaten on 12.

In reply, seamer Bhuvneshwar Kumar picked up both England openers — captain Alastair Cook (10) and Sam Robson (17) — when lunch was called, with the hosts trailing by 244 runs with Gary Ballance and Ian Bell at the crease batting on 7 and 11 not out.

India (first innings, overnight 290/9)
Murali Vijay c Ballance b Plunkett 24
Shikhar Dhawan c Ballance b Anderson 7
Cheteshwar Pujara b Stokes 28
Virat Kohli c Prior b Anderson 25
Ajinkya Rahane c & b Anderson 103
Mahendra Singh Dhoni c Prior b Broad 1
Ravindra Jadeja lbw b Ali 3
Stuart Binny lbw b Anderson 9
Bhuvneshwar Kumar b Broad 36
Mohammed Shami c Cook b Stokes 19
Ishant Sharma not out 12
Extras (b 17, lb 10, nb 1) 28
Total (all out in 91.4 overs) 295

Fall of wickets: 1-11 (Dhawan, 2.5 overs), 2-48 (Vijay, 21.3), 3-86 (Kohli, 31.1), 4-113 (Pujara, 41.5), 5-123 (Dhoni, 47.2), 6-128 (Jadeja, 50.4), 7-145 (Binny, 57.2), 8-235 (Kumar, 81.6), 9-275 (Rahane, 86.4)

Bowling
James Anderson 23-7-60-4
Stuart Broad 22-5-79-2
Liam Plunkett 15-5-51-1
Ben Stokes 17.4-5-40-2
Moeen Ali 14-2-38-1

England (first innings)
Alastair Cook c Dhoni b Kumar 10
Sam Robson c Dhoni b Kumar 17
Gary Ballance batting 7
Ian Bell batting 11
Extras (lb 4, w 1, nb 1) 6
Total (two wickets in 24 overs) 51
Fall of wickets: 1-22 (Cook, 10.1 overs), 2-31 (Robson, 14.1)

Bowling
Bhuvneshwar Kumar 11-5-17-2
Mohammed Shami 8-2-21-0
Ishant Sharma 5-2-9-0

Match details:

Toss: England chose to field
Umpires: Kumar Dharmasena (Sri Lanka) and Bruce Oxenford (Australia)
TV umpire: Richard Illingworth (England)
Match referee: David Boon (Australia)
Reserve umpire: David Millns (England)

(IANS)