India frustrated England's bowlers in the evening session, but Stuart Broad and James Anderson helped their side recover with the new ball as the tourists reached stumps on 290-9 on day one of the second Test at Lord's.
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Shortly after the break, Anderson secured his third wicket of the Test by dismissing Stuart Binny (9) for lbw, but replays showed that the ball was travelling over the top of the stumps. However, due to India deciding against DRS, no challenges could be made.
In an effort to find England's eighth wicket, Anderson took the new ball instantly, but Rahane and Bhuvneshwar Kumar managed to hold on until Broad stepped up to unleash a length ball through the stumps to dismiss Kumar on 36.
Despite finding the breakthrough, Rahane was able to hit his first Test century against England, but three balls later, the Indian batsman was sent packing on 103 following a one-handed catch from Anderson.