Having won the toss after rain curtailing Day 1, England skipper Joe Root chose to bowl first on second day. The Indian captain was in no mood to crib about conditions and instead called upon his batsmen to shoulder the responsibility in the third Test match.
India were then 62 for six when Sam Curran, who had replaced Anderson, brought one back to bowl Dinesh Karthik through the gate as he shaped to drive.
India had recalled left-arm wrist-spinner Kuldeep Yadav, who tormented England during the preceding one-day series, for just his third Test after dropping paceman Umesh Yadav, who bowled well at Edgbaston. The opening day was washed out here and even on Sunday time was lost due to intermittent rain, but England comfortably got the the result they wanted with a day to spare.
He completed his maiden Test century on Saturday, when he shared an England record sixth-wicket stand against India of 189 with Bairstow (93).
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Ravichandran Ashwin (33 not out) and Hardik Pandya (26) added 55 runs for the seventh wicket, the highest for India in two innings of this Test. Joe Root then made a decision to declare the innings to force a result out of the game quickly. But it wasn't to be as the batsmen once again cut a sorry picture after mustering 107 in the first innings that lasted just 35.2 overs.
"I am not very proud of the way we played", Kohli admitted. Once the middle order failed, the lower middle order could not hold out for long as India were dismissed for 130 in their second innings. India slumped to 130 all out in their second innings, with James Anderson taking his 100th Test wicket at Lord's en route to four for 23, with Stuart Broad's four for 44 featuring two wickets in two balls. Speaking after the game, Joe Root has expressed his delight over his team's dominance against India. Bowling unit were exceptional throughout the whole game. Testament to the partnership between Jonny and Woakes.
"I was probably getting a little bit nervous", Woakes said. When you've got senior guys like Jimmy and Broad, the others are going to improve. I thought he played really well. "A lot of people are talking about the conditions, that we batted during a hard time". To come in and put pressure on the opposition at times was a great sign.
"Obviously got another day now to rest and recover". Batting wasn't good. As for bowling, we began well but were unable to hit areas consistently. "We haven't played the ideal performance yet, and that's something we've got to keep striving towards, regardless of what team India have at Trent Bridge".