India vs England 2nd Test stats: India’s biggest defeat at Lord’s since 1974

By: Sports Desk |
Published: August 13, 2018 3:07:26 am

This is the lowest the Indian top order has contributed in a Test match in England since 1996. (Source: AP)

England gave India a hiding at Lord’s, dismissing the visitors for 130 and winning the second Test by an innings and 129 runs. England added to their overnight total in the early part of the first session and ended up taking a lead of 289 before declaring. There were a few rain delays but in between and after those, India kept losing wickets. James Anderson took out the openers and Stuart Broad wiped out the middle order, even taking the wickets of Virat Kohli and Dinesh Karthik off consecutive deliveries. Here are some of the key stats that have come out of the match.

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