Team India produced one their best performances in the ongoing Test series against England on the second day of the Trent Bridge Test as they dismissed the hosts for a mere 161. Starting the day at 307/6, India's lower order failed to provide any resistance and were bowled out for 329. Indian bowlers, especially Hardik Pandya produced a superb spell of bowling and returned with figures of 5/28 that put the team in drivers position. After the end of day's play, Pandya hit back at critics saying it's their job to criticise. He also maintained that if the team is happy with his performance, nothing else matters. On the other hand England batsman Jos Buttler was disappointed with his team's poor batting show. He said that after being 50/0 at one stage, they should have carried the momentum forward.