Stuart Broad urges England to be patient

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Stuart Broad urges England to be patient during day two of the second Test against India.

Stuart Broad has urged England to be patient ahead of day two of the second Test match with India.

The Nottinghamshire all-rounder helped hosts England recover from 124-8 to 221 all out with a knock of 64, while India closed on 24-1 after James Anderson removed Abhinav Mukund with the first ball of the innings.

"India won three-quarters of the day, for sure, but we're right back in it and still bang in the Test," said the 25-year-old.

"We will want to make further inroads on day two but we can't chase wickets.

"The key at Trent Bridge is being patient. You bowl a fuller length, stick it in the right areas, and if you do that something can always happen."

Tourists India will resume with VVS Laxman and Rahul Dravid at the crease.

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