Player of the Match
Player of the Match
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We knew England would crumble - Kohli

Virat Kohli said he was surprised that England didn't try to put more pressure on his bowlers in their second innings

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Ganguly: It's not over for England

England's gumption on day four has impressed both Nick Compton and Sourav Ganguly but India's seam attack has left the Match Day team wanting

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Compton: Rashid has a long way to go

Adil Rashid has been highly effective on this tour of India so far, but Nick Compton says he may not yet be ready to lead England's spin attack when they play at home

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Compton: Hameed's style is perfectly set up for Tests

Haseeb Hameed once again showed excellent application and skill while scoring a defiant 25 off 144 balls against India in Vishakapatnam

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Compton: Adil Rashid's aggression bodes well

Nick Compton joins Gaurav Kalra to discuss Adil Rashid's body language and control on day four of the Vizag Test

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Compton: Broad's tactic of running fingers over the seam serving him well

Stuart Broad had an excellent spell in the first session of day four, and Nick Compton felt Broad's tactic of running his fingers over the seam has worked well

, play 01:26
Insights: Most runs for any wicket in a year

Some numbers to show how instrumental the Jonny Bairstow-Ben Stokes partnership has been for England in 2016

, play 02:32
Ganguly: Kohli set for another hundred

Nick Compton and Sourav Ganguly lauded Virat Kohli's technique and temperament as the India captain put his side in a position of strength in Visakhapatnam

, play 03:10
Ganguly: Kohli must stand at slip if he wants to take call on reviews

Sourav Ganguly believes Virat Kohli should not get carried away while asking for reviews, and should speak to the bowler and the keeper first

, play 01:37
Why is Duckett struggling against spin?

Nick Compton explains the reasons for Ben Duckett's poor form against R Ashwin in this series

, play 02:44
Ganguly: India need Ashwin more as a bowler than allrounder

Sourav Ganguly and Nick Compton weigh in on Ashwin's usefulness to India with both bat and ball

, play 01:25
Ganguly: Buttler is a must, should bat at No. 4

Sourav Ganguly thinks Jos Buttler's inclusion to this England batting order will ease their problems against India's offspinners

, play 02:28
Compton: Duckett doesn't seem to fit in at No.4

Nick Compton feels that Ben Duckett's struggle at the crease is magnified by his indecision over whether he should attack or defend

, play 00:53
Compton: Kohli wants to make the most of his current form

Virat Kohli has the second-highest runs and centuries as an India captain, after his century on the first day of the second Test in Vishakapatnam

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Compton: Anderson looked really revved up

Nick Compton and Sourav Ganguly discuss the impact James Anderson had as he took three of the four Indian wickets on the first day on return from injury

, play 03:22
Ganguly: Kohli relishes pressure and responsibility

Sourav Ganguly and Nick Compton talk about Virat Kohli's masterful 151* on the first day of the Vizag Test

, play 02:38
'Here to give India run for their money' - Cook

Alastair Cook talks about the Vizag pitch, how his spinners have performed and how England can put pressure on India's batsmen

, play 01:04
Woakes fine to play, just has a niggle - Cook

With James Anderson showing good form in the nets and Chris Woakes carrying a niggle, England face a decision over who to play in Visakhapatnam

Not a great start


Runs for which England lost their 1st 5 wickets. This is their sixth lowest ever against India in India. Previously they lost 5 for 69 runs in Ahmedabad in 2012

Bowled again


Number of times Pujara has been bowled in Tests, out of the 59 times he has been dismissed by bowlers - a percentage of 27.11

Not hot in second innings


Murali Vijay's Test average in the second innings; in the first he averages 48.38

Slow and steady


Balls for Cook's 50, his slowest half-century in Tests; his previous slowest was off 164 balls, v Australia at Trent Bridge, 2013, and in Colombo in 2012

Ashwin's bunny


Duckett's average v Ashwin in the series: in 40 balls he has scored 15 runs off him and been dismissed three times

Big win


The margin of India's win, their second largest (by runs) in Tests against England - they won by 279 runs at Headingley in 1986