India's bowlers required just 38.1 overs to wrap up a 246-run victory on the final day of the second Test in Visakhapatnam
India's bowlers required just 38.1 overs to wrap up a comprehensive 246-run victory on the final day of the second Test at Visakhapatnam
Virat Kohli said that England's decision to stonewall in the second innings played into India's hands after they secured a 246-run victory in Visakhapatnam
Alastair Cook said England could "hold their heads up high" despite a 246-run defeat to India in the Visakhapatnam Test
Plus dire straits for Ben Duckett, and confidence for Jayant Yadav
Stats highlights from India's 246-run win in Visakhapatnam
Mohammed Shami foxed England by claiming two wickets on the final day to help India clinch the second Test by a massive 246-run margin in Visakhapatnam on Monday.
At a time when it is in danger of disappearing from Test cricket, Visakhapatnam showed why the fifth day makes this form of the game special.
If England were to cling on for a draw or even complete a record run chase in the second Test against India, they needed big things from their captain Alastair Cook.
They have a mountain to climb on the final day but England's chances of survival were aided by another unflappable display from Haseeb Hameed
Stuart Broad has not given up hope of playing in the third Test in Mohali despite suffering an injury to the tendons in his right foot in Visakhapatnam
Stuart Broad was the pick of England's bowlers on the fourth day of the second Test against India, as he claimed four wickets to limit India's lead to 404 in Visakhapatnam on Sunday.
Aakash Chopra on Stuart Broad's cutters, a changed line of attack to Virat Kohli and India's seamers trying to bounce Haseeb Hameed
Stats highlights from an engrossing fourth day in Visakhapatnam
The tiring Vizag pitch threw up wild variations in bounce and confounded other batsmen, but not the Indian captain
R Ashwin bagged 5 for 67 after Ben Stokes and Jonny Bairstow had added a defiant century stand, before Virat Kohl's fifty cemented India's dominance
R Ashwin completed his 22nd five-for in Test cricket to give India the edge by dismantling a strong England unit for just 255 runs - 200 runs in the deficit - in the second Test being played in Visakhapatnam on Saturday.
Aakash Chopra suggests Ravindra Jadeja should have come on earlier against Ben Stokes, and wonders why India's fast bowlers have stopped bowling cutters
Stuart Broad withstood the pain from a foot injury to exemplify England's spirit, but defeat is still the likely outcome in the second Test
The sixth-wicket pairs have been on a roll in 2016, with England's Ben Stokes and Jonny Bairstow leading the way
England ended the second day in Visakhapatnam tottering on 103 for 5 in reply to India's 455 after falling prey to India's trio of spinners
He's done it against everyone else, and on Saturday, R Ashwin gave England their first sustained taste of his new, improved avatar with his 22nd five-wicket haul in Test cricket
India didn't have too many close-in fielders, despite putting up a massive total. But what if that was the plan?
Stuart Broad is to have a scan on his right foot after feeling more pain during the second day's play in Visakhapatnam
An impressive all-round display from R Ashwin handed India the advantage on the second day after they posted a sizable 455 and then reduced England to 103 for 5 at stumps in the second Test in Visakhapatnam on Friday.
In the space of three balls on the second morning in Visakhapatnam, India made two errors with the DRS
Virat Kohli and Cheteshwar Pujara added 226 for the third wicket, both scoring centuries, to put India in control on the opening day in Vizag
Virat Kohli's footwork, Wriddhiman Saha's misjudgement and a peach of a ball to Alastair Cook feature in Aakash Chopra's technical breakdown
England managed early wickets and James Anderson made an impressive return - but the left-off for Virat Kohli may have condemned their chances
In a commanding stand of 226 runs, Virat Kohli appeared careful and solid like Cheteshwar Pujara, who was free-flowing and entertaining like Kohli
Virat Kohli bailed India out of trouble in the first Test against England with an unbeaten 49 to guide his side to a narrow draw. He continued his good run by thumping an unbeaten 241-ball 151, which saw the hosts post a sizable 317 for 4 on the first day
Cheteshwar Pujara has said he and Virat Kohli improved their understanding between the wickets after having a chat at lunch
From Cheteshwar Pujara's tactics against the short balls, to the England seamers' line against M Vijay, Aakash Chopra examines the technical talking points from the first day in Visakhapatnam
England were facing an uphill task after losing five first-innings wickets and may face a decision on whether to persist with Ben Duckett
Virat Kohli and Cheteshwar Pujara featured in most of the stats highlights from the first day in Visakhapatnam
England were the better team in the drawn Rajkot Test, but the series is still 0-0 and India are still playing at home, on a Visakhapatnam pitch that looks likely to favour their strengths
Put in a precarious situation on the final day of the first Test, Virat Kohli succeeded in balancing his natural game with batting for survival and called it a "revelation"
England face a late selection quandary over the inclusion of Chris Woakes in the team for the second Test against India.
India and England head to Visakhapatnam with the series level and a focus on what sort of pitch will be served up for the ground's debut Test
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
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
Murali Vijay's Test average in the second innings; in the first he averages 48.38
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
Duckett's average v Ashwin in the series: in 40 balls he has scored 15 runs off him and been dismissed three times
The margin of India's win, their second largest (by runs) in Tests against England - they won by 279 runs at Headingley in 1986