Player of the Match
Player of the Match
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Cook and Kohli share their views on the Ashwin-Anderson altercation

While Alastair Cook felt it was unnecessary for Ashwin to get involved, Kohli believes it is all part of the game

, play 00:38
'Root is ready to captain England' - Cook

Even though Joe Root doesn't have much experience with captaincy, Alastair Cook believes he is ready to lead England

, play 01:59
'India made us pay for dropped chances' - Cook

Alastair Cook believes England failed to play the 'perfect game' required to beat India at home

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'No series win is easy' - Kohli

Virat Kohli believes India's series win was a result of a lot of hard work against a quality Test team

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Ganguly: 4-0 seems inevitable

The Indian team showed a lot of character led by Virat Kohli and R Ashwin to beat England convincingly in the fourth Test

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'I'm happy at no.9' - Jayant Yadav

India allrounder Jayant Yadav talks after scoring his maiden Test hundred against England in Mumbai

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Trott: You can only see one result at the moment

Indian spinners knew exactly where to bowl and that made all the difference as England lost six second innings wickets by the end of day 4 in Mumbai

, play 03:48
Ganguly: India batsmen showed lot of character in their first innings

Playing spin seemed difficult for England batsmen who scored quickly, but failed to preserve wickets in their second innings in Mumbai

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Insights - Kohli in elite company

Virat Kohli's batting average as captain puts him in a league comprising some interesting names.

, play 05:32
Ganguly: Kohli is the great exponent of skills and determination

Sourav Ganguly and Jonathan Trott discuss Virat Kohli's performance on Day 3 of the Mumbai Test with Raunak Kapoor.

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Match Day: Full show: Day 3

Sourav Ganguly and Jonathan Trott with Raunak Kapoor discuss day 3 of the Mumbai Test

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Trott: England have got their team selection wrong for this game

England spinners have failed to apply pressure on the Indian batsmen and they seem to have one fast bowler too many in their Arsenal

, play 02:29
Ganguly: Monumental task ahead for England to save the match

The match could go into day 5 but India firmly in the driver's seat says Sourav Ganguly

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Ganguly: Terrific performance by Kohli on a turning pitch

Sourav Ganguly talks about what makes Virat Kohli special after scoring his second century of the series in Mumbai

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Trott: Vijay looked completely at ease

Murali Vijay scored his 8th Test century on the third day of the fourth Test in Mumbai

, play 02:12
Ganguly: Have always believed in Murali Vijay

Sourav Ganguly talks about Vijay and Pujara's steady performance which saw India to 146 at the end of play on Day 2

, play 02:16
Ganguly: KL Rahul has lost his rhythm

Sourav Ganguly believes KL Rahul's inconsistency in form is due to him coming in and out of the Test side

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Parthiv claims India's bowlers better than 'lucky' England

India wicketkeeper also says that England's batsmen were lucky, citing Jos Buttler's innings in particular.

, play 02:39
Trott: England probably lacking one more spinner

Playing with four seamers in the side has left England with one spinner short on a turning Wankhede track

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Buttler calls for more consistent bowling

England batsmen says the team will reflect tonight on needed to land the ball more consistently.

Captain Kohli's series

1

No. of India captains to score 500+ runs in a series before Kohli. Gavaskar did it twice - against WI (732, '78-79) and v ENG (500, '81-82).

Match unfolds

101

Runs scored by India in the first and the second sessions. While they lost just the wicket of Pujara in the 1st session, the 2nd session saw four of their wickets fall.

England's rare breed

1929

Last time an England legspinner took more wkts in a series than Rashid. Tich Freeman took 22 wickets v SA at home. Vijay's was Rashid's 19th in the series.

Vijay's rare hundred

1

No. of Test 100s by India openers at Wankhede in last 20 years before Vijay's - Sehwag v WI, 2002. Gavaskar (5) is the only other opener to get a hundred.

Captain Kohli's 2016

2

No. of India captains with 1000-plus runs in a year before Virat Kohli. Tendulkar (1997) and Dravid (2006) are the ones to do it before him

Pujara bowled

17

No. of times Pujara has been bowled in Tests. His bowled %age of 26 is 2nd highest for any batsman in top six in the last 20 years