Team India crumbles after furious England backlash on 'disgraceful' pitch
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Pujara could be termed unlucky to have been declared out by umpire Rod Tucker as the ball seemed to have missed the glove, hit his forearm and bounced off his pad for Ian Bell to take a superb, diving one-handed catch at forward short leg.
The right-handed Saurashtra batsman looked quite composed despite Anderson trying to hustle him with his bumpers in his 89-minute stay during which he also drove the fast bowler to the straight field and hooked him for two fours.
But Swann's entry into the attack after 20 overs accounted for his wicket.
Tendulkar, whose career is on the line after a string of poor scores, appeared ill at ease and was beaten twice by the sudden turn extracted by his nemesis in the series - left arm spinner Monty Panesar - but it was his other career nemesis - Anderson - who got his wicket for a record 9th time.
Anderson, brought back into the attack after the drinks break, made two balls go away and then brought one back to bowl Tendulkar.
Tendulkar was beaten by the pace and inward movement and inside edged the ball that also kept a bit low which crashed into his middle and leg stump to leave the batsman flabbergasted and thoroughly distraught.
Gambhir, who had batted resolutely for 137 minutes and 93 balls, attempted an ill-advised drive away from the body to offer a catch to wicket keeper Prior.
Kohli and Dhoni managed to see off the day without further setbacks.
Earlier, leg spinner Chawla hastened the end of the England first innings for 330 after lunch by grabbing the visitors' last three wickets in only 25 balls in the fourth and final Test here today.
Chawla, who finished with his best figures of 4 for 69 in his three-Test-old career, snapped up the wickets of Joe Root (73), to end the eighth-wicket stand between the debutant and Graeme Swann, the latter batsman too for 56 and James Anderson for 4 in a superb post-lunch spell of 4.5-0-17-3.
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