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Indian batsmen continue to struggle against England's bowling attack in second Test

Tuesday, 29 July 2014 - 7:08pm IST | Place: London | Agency: ANI

India is currently trailing England by 461 runs with seven wickets remaining as the visitors batsmen are struggling against the pacing attack from the hosts on the third day of the second Test at Southampton. James Anderson and Stuart Broad have claimed three wickets and continue to pressurise Indian batsmen with Chris Jordan, Chris Woakes and spinner Moeen Ali bowling with them for England.

By lunch on the third day, the Indian batsmen have managed to put up an overall score of 108 for the loss of three wickets. Broad had claimed opener Murali Vijay's wicket on the second day for his individual score of 35.

England captain Alastair Cook caught Shikhar Dhawan for his individual score of six on Anderson's delivery and debuting wicketkeeper-batsman Jos Buttler caught Cheteshwar Pujara behind the wicket for his individual score of 24 off Broad's delivery. Virat Kohli and Ajinkya Rahane will resume batting for India after lunch on their individual scores of 18 and 11 respectively.




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