It's almost even-steven an affair at the Lord's Test after the second day. While India lost the plot after a brilliant first day, getting skittled out for 364 from overnight 276/3, England looked good en route to their 119/3 at stumps.

Joe Root and Rory Burns did majority of the damage control after two quick wickets. From 23/2, the duo managed to take England to 108/3 before Md Shami gave India a breakthrough in form of Burns (49) just before the closure.

Root continued his brilliant form with an unbeaten 48 while Jonny Bairstow (6*) was ably supporting him. England still have a trail of 245 runs and even though India look on top of things, the first half of day 3 will be crucial if India are to gain a stronghold of the match.

Earlier on the day, India had a nightmarish start with the overnight centurion KL Rahul departing on the very second ball of the day for 129 runs. A cover drive off Ollie Robinson saw him getting caught straight at extra cover. Rishabh Pant (37) and Ravindra Jadeja (40) put up some resistance lower down the order but soon after Mark Wood sent Pant back, the tail started crumbling. India lost their last 4 wickets for 33 runs.

James Anderson was the pick of the English bowlers as he became the oldest man in 70 years to pick up a fifer (5/62) in Tests. His scalps included Rohit Sharma, Cheteshwar Pujara, Ajinkya Rahane, Ishant Sharma and Jasprit Bumrah.