Friday, 11 July 2014 - 7:59
Alastair Cook fails again after hosts' attack toils
England captain Alastair Cook's batting woes continued as India took control of the first Test with a record last-wicket partnership.
The opener was bowled off his thigh pad for five as England closed on 43-1 in reply to India's 457 at Trent Bridge.
On a day of fluctuating fortunes, the hosts had hurtled back into contention with four wickets for two runs after lunch to reduce India to 346-9 following Murali Vijay's 146.
But an extraordinary stand of 111 - India's highest for the 10th wicket against England - between number nine Bhuvneshwar Kumar and number 11 Mohammed Shami, who both scored their maiden Test fifties, sapped the hosts' spirit and put the tourists firmly back in charge.