England v India: James Anderson & Joe Root in record Test stand

James Anderson and Joe Root shared the highest last-wicket stand in Test history as England mounted an astonishing fightback against India.
They put on 198 in the first Test at Trent Bridge, beating the 163 between Australia's Phil Hughes and Ashton Agar at the same ground last year.
Anderson made 81 - the highest score by an England number 11 - with Root unbeaten on 154 as England made 496.
India closed on 167-3 for a lead of 128 runs heading into the final day.
Root and Anderson had helped England recover from 298-9 to open up a first-innings lead of 39.

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