India have reached stumps on day two of the second Test against England with a lead of 171 after an outstanding bowling performance from Jasprit Bumrah.
England would have been delighted to have restricted India to 396 all out after Yashasvi Jaiswal's magnificent 209, but Bumrah ensured that the tourists remained as huge underdogs to move into a 2-0 series lead.
The pace bowler took 6-45 as England were 253 all out, before India returned at the end of the day to progress the game with 28-0 from five overs.
At the start of Saturday's play, all eyes were on Jaiswal to see if he could record the 21 runs required to reach his first double-ton in Test cricket.
He wasted little time in delivering on that front, hitting a further two more fours and sixes to eventually post 209 from just 290 balls.
After Crawley's 76 from 78 was brought to an end by Axar Patel, Bumrah produced an unplayable delivery to bowl Ollie Pope (23) and backed that up with the wickets of Joe Root (5) and Jonny Bairstow (25).
Anderson (6) and Bashir (8*) stuck around at the end, putting on 19 runs before Bumrah trapped Anderson in front of his stumps, and India solidified their advantage through Jaiswal (15*) and Rohit Sharma (13*) advancing the score in the closing 20 minutes of the day.