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India suffered an embarrassing 159-run innings defeat in the second Cricket Test against England at Lord's on Sunday. 

On Day Four of the match,  Indian batsmen were all at sea against the moving ball as their second innings folded up for 130 in 47 overs. James Anderson claimed four wickets for 23 runs, taking his match tally to nine.  Equally effective was Stuart Broad with an analysis of 4 for 44.
Earlier, resuming at their overnight 356 for six, the hosts declared their first innings at 396 for seven, with Chris Woakes staying unbeaten on 137.

India now trail 0-2 in the five-match series.

The opening day of the Test was washed out and even yesterday time was lost due to intermittent rain, but England still comfortably won with a day to spare.




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