Joe Root became the quickest England batsman to pass the milestone of 6,000 Test runs against India at Edgbaston.
Root reached the landmark – in England’s 1,000th Test – when he reached 43 after lunch on the first day.
It had taken Root five years and 231 days to reach the milestone, 108 days quicker than his team-mate Alastair Cook.
But India struck further post-lunch blows with Keaton Jennings’ resistance ending on 42, the opener unluckily seeing a ball from Mohammed Shami rolling back on to his stump.
Dawid Malan had survived a leg before review before a similar appeal from Shami was upheld with him on eight and England were 112 for three.