James Anderson takes five wickets when England defeats India by 107

The hosts England dominated on Friday the second day of their test of the Lord against India, when they fell ten terrains in London

There was a thunderclap in the heavens during a stormy day truncated in Lord & s and lightning struck twice in the field when Jos Buttler fell and then immediately took two catches in an action-packed start for the second Test.

England's new second pitch looked as fallible as the man he replaced on the lanyard in Dawid Malan when he shed Virat Kohli and then Hardik Pandya from an exasperated Chris Woakes on another convincing day of test cricket.

However, notably, Buttler caught both batters every time the next ball jumped, as England's continued fallibility on the field did not prevent them from demolishing India to come out with all the non-playable bowling pins.

The hosts England dominated on Friday the second day of their test of the Lord against India, when they fell ten terrains in London

The hosts England dominated on Friday the second day of their test of the Lord against India, when they fell ten terrains in London

The contest was at the mercy of Mother Nature when the clouds mocked the skies over Lord & # 39; s and the rain stopped the game twice

The contest was at the mercy of Mother Nature when the clouds mocked the skies over Lord & # 39; s and the rain stopped the game twice

The contest was at the mercy of Mother Nature when the clouds mocked the skies over Lord & # 39; s and the rain stopped the game twice

After taking two early wickets, England star James Anderson (right) came running out of the field as the rain fell hard late in the morning.

After taking two early wickets, England star James Anderson (right) came running out of the field as the rain fell hard late in the morning.

After taking two early wickets, England star James Anderson (right) came running out of the field as the rain fell hard late in the morning.

It is possible that the rain fell during most of the second day after ravaging the first one, but England made use of the perfect conditions to squeeze out every ounce of the possible 35.2 thanks to Lord's incredible drainage system.

And even though it was going to be the brilliant Jimmy Anderson who took five Indian grounds at the butcher shop, it was Woakes who stepped in to fill the giant shoes vacated by Ben Stokes and ensure there were no distractions at Bristol.

There will be no more relieved men in England's locker room than Buttler, the second of which turned into six narrowly grouped skirmishes of England when Woakes and Anderson, in particular, turned the rounded corners of the Dukes Ball.

The key figure of Kohli, who had previously been involved in a terrible confusion that ended with Cheteshwar Pujara's escape, had been given a full job before he went down to Woakes to the left of Buttler on the 19th.

When the possibility was reduced there were echoes of Edgbaston when Malan knocked the India captain twice on his way to a brilliant 149 that could easily have taken his team to a first test win.

Instead, from the next ball, Kohli came back and this time Buttler endured, as he did in Woakes, when he spilled a quick car ride from Pandya only to claim directly afterwards.

Even a third fall of England in the day, this one of Captain Joe Root in fourth place of Stuart Broad, was not so expensive since Ajinkya Rahane, with five years of suspension, became the seventh wicket to fall and the fourth of the five from Anderson.

The game resumed briefly in the afternoon and England took its third spot, as Ollie Pope ran out of Chefarehwar Pujara (not in shooting).

The game resumed briefly in the afternoon and England took its third spot, as Ollie Pope ran out of Chefarehwar Pujara (not in shooting).

The game resumed briefly in the afternoon and England took its third spot, as Ollie Pope ran out of Chefarehwar Pujara (not in shooting).

England claimed the great scalp of Indian captain Virat Kohli in the evening session when he mishit a shot with the edge of his bat

England claimed the great scalp of Indian captain Virat Kohli in the evening session when he mishit a shot with the edge of his bat

England claimed the great scalp of Indian captain Virat Kohli in the evening session when he mishit a shot with the edge of his bat

Chris Woakes celebrated after claiming the Kohli wicket

Chris Woakes celebrated after claiming the Kohli wicket

Jos Buttler held an intelligent capture

Jos Buttler held an intelligent capture

Chris Woakes (left) celebrated by claiming the post of captain Kohli after goalkeeper Jos Buttler (right) held a clever catch

This, then, was another excellent day for England and, with three days to go, they would like the possibility of going two with three to play, as long as the elements do not bring too much interruption.

Only eight and half overs had been possible when the game finally resumed at 5.20pm with the rain finally over for the day, but India had already lost three key terrains to reach only 15.

The exhaustion was comical but frustrating for India because it came just after the referees decided to continue playing when the rain stopped, but just before another powerful black cloud deposited its load on Lord's.

India will be offended because the players were on their way before Marais Erasmus and Aleem Dar decided, absolutely correctly, that they should return to continue the game.

Then, in the next ball, Kohli started to run, hesitated and then changed his mind leaving Pujara with nowhere to go and the debutant Ollie Pope with all the time in the world to escape the cover and remove the bonds.

The insult was added to the Indian injury when the clouds opened spectacularly again before Rahane could even reach the center.

That was the chaotic culmination of a spell of only 12 balls to follow an opening equally broken at the start of the second Test delayed when two terrains fell in the first half hour of what was in effect the day of the opening.

England's field marshal, Woakes, soon returned to celebrate after claiming his second place of the day to get rid of Hardik Pandya.

England's field marshal, Woakes, soon returned to celebrate after claiming his second place of the day to get rid of Hardik Pandya.

England's field marshal, Woakes, soon returned to celebrate after claiming his second place of the day to get rid of Hardik Pandya.

The stumps of Dinesh Karthik were evicted by the sixth shutter of the day

The stumps of Dinesh Karthik were evicted by the sixth shutter of the day

The ace of England, Sam Curran, 20, uprooted Karthik

The ace of England, Sam Curran, 20, uprooted Karthik

Twenty-year-old England ace Sam Curran (right) made a mess with the stumps of Dinesh Karthik to claim the sixth shutter of the day

Anderson and Stuart Broad do not always do things right when they are asked to play first in a Test, which is perhaps the reason why Joe Root fatally decided to hit first in perfect bowling conditions earlier this season here against Pakistan.

This time the captain of England did not hesitate to throw the ball to his two big ones when he again won the draw and this time he did not have to throw the advantage.

Anderson began to need six terrains to become the second bowler in the history of the test in having one hundred terrains in the same terrain (Muttiah Muralitharan did it in three places in Sri Lanka), but quickly that goal was reduced to four more and only one was needed. by the end.

Anderson took only five balls to dismiss Murali Vijay with absolute beauty, he bent and moved to the right before moving too late and evading a loose impulse to hit the stumps.

Then, KL Rahul pushed another swing ball of Anderson that this time went away and opened a gap until arriving at Jonny Bairstow. The door was ajar after Pujara had run out and England had to make her way through a barge.

In the first place, Woakes made his double intervention and Sam Curran was going to lean to find a sumptuous swing to end the stump-out of Dinesh Karthik.

But it was Anderson, once again, who would try the destroyer, taking three of the last four terrains to finish with sublime figures of five by 20. His 100th shutter in Lord's will have to wait, but surely only until the second. entrance of India. after England will try to get them out of the game on Saturday.

Wicket No. 7 was Anderson's third of the day and saw India's Ajinkya Rahane send back to the pavilion after doing 18 races.

Wicket No. 7 was Anderson's third of the day and saw India's Ajinkya Rahane send back to the pavilion after doing 18 races.

Wicket No. 7 was Anderson's third of the day and saw India's Ajinkya Rahane send back to the pavilion after doing 18 races.

Stuart Broad (left) took the ninth shutter of India before Anderson finished the innings by claiming his 99th place in the test cricket on Lord & # 39; s

Stuart Broad (left) took the ninth shutter of India before Anderson finished the innings by claiming his 99th place in the test cricket on Lord & # 39; s

Stuart Broad (left) took the ninth shutter of India before Anderson finished the innings by claiming his 99th place in the test cricket on Lord & # 39; s

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