The Indian pacers had a field day against England at Nottingham on the opening day of the first Test match as the hosts were skittled out for just 183 runs.

India were 21 for no loss, trailing England by 162 runs, at stumps with Rohit Sharma (9*) and KL Rahul (9*) unbeaten at the crease.

Jasprit Bumrah was the pick of the bowlers with a four-fer (4/46). Mohammed Shami (3/28), Shardul Thakur (2/41) and Mohammed Siraj (1/48) contributed to India's excellent bowling show as well with wickets at regular intervals. Even though Ravichandran Ashwin was left out of the playing XI, India didn't seem to miss much of the spin service as the pacers shared all 10 wickets among themselves.

There was a lot of movement with the new ball. Bumrah was the first one to strike in the very first over, dismissing Rory Burns for a duck. Md Siraj picked up Zak Crawley (27) off a faint edge next. Even though the original decision was not out, skipper Virat Kohli went for the review on Rishabh Pant's insistence to reap the benefits of DRS.

Md Shami accounted for Dom Sibley (18), Jonny Bairstow (29) and Dan Lawrence (0).

Even though skipper Joe Root put up a fight with a sturdy 64, England kept losing wickets on the other side. Shardul Thakur uprooted Root off a leg before and sent back Ollie Robinson in the same over to reduce England to 155/8.

Bumrah brought the curtains down on the England innings with the last two wickets of Stuart Broad (4) and James Anderson (1). Bumrah's inswinging yorker to castle Anderson, after a review saved him off the previous delivery, was a treat to the eye for any cricket lover.