India vs England: Second Test, Day 3, tea scoreboard

Published: July 19, 2014

London, July 19 (IANS) — Scoreboard at tea on Day 3 of the second Test between India and England at Lord’s here Saturday:

India (first innings) 295

England (first innings, overnight 219/6)

Alastair Cook c Dhoni b Kumar 10

Sam Robson c Dhoni b Kumar 17

Garry Ballance c Dhoni b Kumar 110

Ian Bell c Jadeja b Kumar 16

Joe Root lbw Jadeja 13

Moeen Ali lbw Vijay 32

Liam Plunkett not out 55

Matt Prior c Dhawan b Mohammed Shami 23

Ben Stokes b Kumar 0

Stuart Broad c Dhawan b Kumar 4

James Anderson c Rahane b Jadeja 19

Extras (b 5, lb 10, w 2, nb 3) 20

Total (all out in 105.5 overs) 319

Fall of wickets: 1-22 (Cook, 10.1 overs), 2-31 (Robson, 14.1), 3-70 (Bell, 31.4), 4-113 (Root, 46.3), 5-211 (Ali, 78.5), 6-214 (Ballance, 82.1), 7-265 (Prior, 94.3), 8-276 (Stokes, 98.2), 9-280 (Broad, 98.4), 10-319 (Anderson, 105.5)

Bowling:

Bhuvneshwar Kumar 31-10-82-6

Mohammed Shami 19-5-58-1

Ishant Sharma 24-5-61-0

Stuart Binny 10-0-45-0

Ravindra Jadeja 18.5-1-46-2

Murali Vijay 3-0-12-1

India (second innings)

Murali Vijay batting 21

Shikhar Dhawan c Root b Stokes 31

Cheteshwar Pujara batting 25

Extras (b 4, lb 3) 7

Total (one wicket in 31 overs) 84

Fall of wickets: 1-40 (Dhawan, 13.6 overs)

Bowling:

James Anderson 9-4-20-0

Stuart Broad 8-3-23-0

Ben Stokes 5-1-12-1

Liam Plunkett 4-2-12-0

Moeen Ali 5-1-10-0

IANS 2014-07-19 20:34:09

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