James Anderson picks up his 32nd fifer in Tests

England

Aryan Surana

The hosts began the day seven overs away from the second new ball. James Anderson dismissed centurion Ravindra Jadeja with the mint-conditioned cherry and eventually brought India's innings to a close by notching up his 32nd Test match fifer. In between, however, England decided to revisit their short-ball tactic from last year at Lord's which blew up in their faces rather spectacularly. Bumrah's 16-ball 31* ensured India finish with a total that had seemed a far cry when they were reduced to 98/5 yesterday.

Brief scores: England 16/1 (Jasprit Bumrah 1-11) trail India 416 (Rishabh Pant 146, Ravindra Jadeja 104; James Anderson 5-60) by 400 runs