India pacers ran through England batting before a gutsy half-century by Stuart Broad helped the home team to recover from 124/8 to 221 all out in the first innings on the first day of the second Test at the Trent Bridge here Friday.
The mercurial S Sreesanth (3/77), who came in as a replacement for pace spearhead Zaheer Khan, bowled a fiery spell of brilliantly pitched out-swingers to wreck the England middle-order along with Ishant Sharma (3/66), Praveen Kumar (3/45), who made the most of the overcast conditions at Nottingham. Off-spinner Harbhajan Singh ended Broad's resistance of 66-ball 64.
India's VVS Laxman, right, and Rahul Dravid walk off from the pitch after the close of playText: IANS
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