England suffered a frustrating opening hour on the second morning of the first Specsavers Test against India at Edgbaston.
The hosts resumed at 285 for nine and only two runs were added in 10 deliveries before Sam Curran, on 24, pushed at Mohammed Shami and was safely pouched by wicketkeeper Dinesh Karthik.
Shami’s success saw him finish with the impressive figures of three for 64 from 19.4 overs.
Ben Stokes missed an early run out opportunity when he had one stump to aim at and Vijay was short of the crease from a scampered single.
England also lost a review when Vijay was struck on the pad by Anderson on six, but the ball was found to be drifting down the legside.