"The last wicket to fall was Bhuvneshwar Kumar (58), who was caught by Joe Root off the bowling of Moeen Ali. Mohammed Shami remained unbeaten on 51."
Nottingham, July 10 - India were bowled out for 457 in their first innings in the third and last session of Day 2 in the first Test against England at Trent Bridge here Thursday.

The last wicket to fall was Bhuvneshwar Kumar (58), who was caught by Joe Root off the bowling of Moeen Ali. Mohammed Shami remained unbeaten on 51.

Pacer James Anderson clinched three wickets while Stuart Broad and Ben Stokes took two each.


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