England batsman Jos Buttler rushed to the hospital after hurting his finger during India innings while fielding in the slip cordon. He had an x-ray done on his left middle finger which he ended up hurting while fielding at gully.

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During the 17th over of the Indian innings, bowled by James Anderson, captain Virat Kohli nicked one that rushed to the left of a diving Buttler at gully. He got a fingertip to the ball but immediately left the field and was replaced by Dom Bess.

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He went to a local hospital from where he returned after an X-ray was done to asses the damage.

Buttler was trapped lbw by R Ashwin for a two-ball duck after England opted to bat first in the ongoing Edgbaston Test against India. England were bowled out for 287 with Ashwin ending with figures of 4/62 and Shami 3/64.

India began strongly with their openers Murali Vijay and Shikhar Dhawan adding 50 runs between them before Sam Curran triggered a collapse with three wickets in the space of eight deliveries. By the time, lunch was taken, India were 76/3.

The 20-year-old Sam Curran is playing in only his second Test match and announced himself with some impressive bowling to wipe away India top-order.

Vijay scored scored 20 before being adjudged lbw in the 14th over. KL Rahul was the next to depart after beginning his knock with a streaky boundary. He prodded at a delivery that was well outside off and dragged it back onto the stumps to depart for a 2-ball four. Dhawan became Curran’s third victime after being caught by Dawid Malan in the slip for 26.