India all out for 417 in Mohali test, lead by 134 runs

MOHALI: India were dismissed for 417 runs to take a first innings lead of 134 runs against England on day three of the third test at the Punjab Cricket Association Stadium on Monday.

Ravindra Jadeja struck a career-best 90, while Jayant Yadav made 55 in a strong lower-order performance by the hosts, who lead the five-test series 1-0.

Jadeja added a match-high 97 runs with Ravichandran Ashwin, who scored 72 before being dismissed in the morning session.

The all-rounder then raised 80 with Jayant, who notched up his maiden test fifty.

Ben Stokes was the pick of the English bowlers, claiming 5-73.