India in disarray in fifth Test

Stuart Broad of England talks to members of the media during an England Nets Session at The Kia Oval on August 14, 2014
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England take five wickets during the opening session of the fifth Test match against India at The Oval.

England have made an excellent start to the fifth Test match against India after taking five wickets during the morning session at The Oval.

After winning the toss, James Anderson struck early to remove Gautam Gambhir for a duck before Stuart Broad bowled Cheteshwar Pujara for just four runs.

Murali Vijay was keeping a calm head for his side but wickets continued to tumble around him as Chris Jordan struck twice before lunch.

The all-rounder had Virat Kohli trapped in front of his stumps before he displayed sharp reactions to take a return catch off his own bowling to remove Ajinkya Rahane.

Chris Woakes got in on the act to take the wicket of Vijay for 18 as India reached lunch on 43-5.

Indias Ravindra Jadeja shakes hands with Englands James Anderson after India win the match by 95 runs on the fifth day of the second cricket Test match between England and India at Lord's cricket ground in London on July 21, 2014
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