(Video) Shami provides the much-needed breakthrough as Burns walks into the trap

Rory.

Aryan Surana

Left red-faced after their pathetic batting display in the first innings, India had to bring their A-game to the table on day two at Headingley if they stood any chance of crawling back into the contest. Mohammed Shami delivered the goods early by setting up Rory Burns with clinical artistry. The left-hander, who resumed batting on an overnight score of 52, was dragged across his crease thanks to a few away-seamers before being castled through the gate by an inducker.