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India lose the Lord's Test by 196 runs

Monday July 25, 2011 10:49:57 PM, IANS

London: India lost the first cricket Test to England by 196 runs at Lord's here Monday.

England now lead the four-Test series 1-0.

Chasing a victory target of 458 runs, India folded in for 261 in the last session on the fifth day.

Suresh Raina was the top scorer for the visitors in the second innings with 78 runs.

James Anderson was the pick of English bowlers with the figures of 5-65.

Put in first, England scored 474/8 declared in the first innings and bowled out India for 286.

The following is the scoreboard of the first cricket Test between India and England, which concluded at Lord's here Monday:

Scoreboard

England first innings: 474/8 declared
India first innings: 286 all out
England second innings: 269/6 declared
India second innings: (overnight 80/1)
Abhinav Mukund b Broad 12
Rahul Dravid c Prior b Anderson 36
V.V.S. Laxman c Bell b Anderson 56
Gautam Gambhir lbw b Swann 22
Sachin Tendulkar lbw b Anderson 12
Suresh Raina c Prior b Anderson 78
Mahendra Singh Dhoni c Prior b Tremlett 16
Harbhajan Singh c Tremlett b Anderson 12
Praveen Kumar b Broad 2
Zaheer Khan not out 0
Ishant Sharma lbw b Broad 1
Extras: (b-2, lb-6, nb-6) 14
Total: (all out in 96.3 overs) 261

Fall of wickets: 1-19 (Mukund, 8.3 overs), 2-94 (Dravid, 34.1), 3-131 (Laxman, 48.1), 4-135 (Gambhir, 49.2), 5-165 (Tendulkar, 66.6), 6-225 (Dhoni, 85.2), 7-243 (Harbhajan Singh, 91.5), 8-256 (Kumar, 94.6), 9-260 (Raina, 95.4), 10-261 (Sharma, 96.3)

Bowling:
James Anderson 28 7 65 5
Chris Tremlett 21 4 44 1
Stuart Broad 20.3 4 57 3
Graeme Swann 22 3 64 1
Jonathan Trott 2 0 11 0
Kevin Pietersen 3 0 12 0

Toss: India, who chose to field
Umpires: Asad Rauf (Pakistan) and Billy Bowden (New Zealand)
TV umpire: Marais Erasmus (South Africa)
Match referee: Ranjan Madugalle (Sri Lanka)


 



 

 

 

 

 

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