Root and Anderson in world record 10th wicket stand (Trent bridge)

England's James Anderson and Joe Root put on 198, the highest last-wicket stand in Test history, against India at Trent Bridge.

England recovered from 298-9 as Anderson made 81 - the highest score by an England number 11 - with Root unbeaten on 154 which pushed the home team to 496.

The previous record of 163 was held by Ashton Agar and Phil Hughes during the 2013 Ashes series.

1st Test, Day 4 , July 2014


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