Earlier in the morning India shot out England for 302 to take a 151 run first innings lead.
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Off-colour so far in the match, Harbhajan Singh made some amends by claiming three of the last four wickets to hasten England's collapse.
The off-spinner struck with his seventh delivery of the day which kissed Matt Prior's (2) blade and Mahendra Singh Dhoni neatly collected the ball down the leg.
Harbhajan claimed his second wicket of the day in the very next over. Stuart Broad (1) proved a terrible judge of the turn as he left the ball alone only to see it straighten and knock back his off-stump.
He dropped curtains on the innings, claiming Monty Panesar (5).
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