England bowl out India for 330, decide against follow-on
Clinching the remaining two Indian wickets in a jiffy, England bowled out India for 330 -- 239 runs behind -- but chose not to enforce the follow-on on the fourth day of the third cricket Test at The Rose Bowl here Wednesday.
James Anderson took both the wickets -- Mahendra Singh Dhoni (50) and Mohammed Shami (5) -- with India adding just seven runs to their overnight total in the brief morning session.
England totalled 569 for seven declared in their first innings.
(Posted on 30-07-2014)
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