Pandya fifer puts India in control
Hardik Pandya took five wickets and debutant wicket-keeper Rishabh Pant claimed five catches before India's batsmen piled on the agony for England in the third Test at Trent Bridge.
India were 124 for two in their second innings at stumps on Sunday's second day, an already commanding lead of 292 runs in a game where victory would see them keep the series alive at 2-1 down in a five-match contest.
Cheteshwar Pujara was 33 not out and India captain Virat Kohli, whose 97 was key to his side's first-innings 329, eight not out with three days left in the game.
Earlier, England collapsed to 161 all out in a first innings that lasted a mere 38.2 overs.
All-rounder Pandya took five wickets for 28 runs in six overs, including four for eight in 11 balls, as he revelled in the swing-friendly conditions.
This was the second time this year that England had lost all 10 wickets inside a session of Test cricket following an embarrassing 58 all out against New Zealand in Auckland in March.
SCORES IN BRIEF
INDIA: First innings 329 all out (Kohli 97, Rahane 81, Dhawan 35; Anderson 3-64, Broad 3-72, Woakes 3-75)
ENGLAND: 161 all out (Buttler 39, Cook 29; Pandya 5-28, Sharma 2-32, Bumrah 2-37)
INDIA: Second innings 124 for 2 (Dhawan 44, Rahul 36, Pujara 33 all out; Rashid 1-23, Stokes 1-30)