Ravindra Jadeja took seven wickets in an innings for the first time to bowl India to victory over England by an innings and 75 runs to give them a 4-0 series win
From Jennings' breakthrough to Duckett's demise, ESPNcricinfo runs the rule over England's players during their 4-0 series loss in India.
Virat Kohli has hailed the professionalism not just of his team but of the cricket set-up after the sweet 4-0 series win against England
Ravindra Jadeja was relentless in his attack of England's weaknesses, but he was just doing what he does
When asked by Sky Sports if England had "stagnated" under his leadership, Alastair Cook responded: "That's a fair shout, you can say whatever you want now
Stats highlights from India's record-breaking victory over England in Chennai
The reactions on Twitter after India completed a 4-0 series win
Ravindra Jadeja produced a match-winning spell, by claiming seven wickets for the first time in a Test innings, to help India thrash England by an innings and 75 runs in the fifth and final Test that ended in Chennai on Tuesday.
Alastair Cook has said that the ECB needs to give serious consideration to employing a full-time spin-bowling coach for the national side after the punishment inflicted on the England attack in India.
Karun Nair showed little stress during his epic knock against England, and celebrated his triple without a trace of flash. Here's why
England's bowlers were powerless to resist India's advance in Chennai, but the fault lies with the administrators more than the players
Karun Nair outgunned his Karnataka teammate, KL Rahul, who fell for 199, to become the second Indian - after Virender Sehwag - to score a triple hundred in Test cricket and stretch India's lead to 282 in Chennai on Monday.
India became the first team to post four totals of 400 or more in a series despite losing the toss four times
Karun Nair might have wondered if he was cut out for Test cricket after a run of cruel - and sometimes tragic - luck. But, in front of his proud parents in Chennai, he transformed his fortunes
Karun Nair created history by becoming only the second India batsman to hit a triple-hundred in Tests
Karun Nair entered the 190s as India stretched their lead past 100 with four sessions remaining in the Chennai Test
Aakash Chopra breaks down why India's batsmen dominated and England's bowlers struggled in Chennai
In his third innings, Karun Nair became the second Indian to score a Test triple-hundred. Here's how Twitter reacted
Trevor Bayliss admitted England had been 'totally outplayed' by India on the fourth day in Chennai as they conceded the largest total in their history
KL Rahul fell one short of a maiden double-hundred after leading India's response to England's 477 in excellent batting conditions at the MA Chidambaram Stadium
KL Rahul, India's opener, took England's bowlers apart on the third day of the fifth Test and fell just one-run short of scoring his first Test double hundred in Chennai on Sunday.
KL Rahul's 199 was the highlight on the third day in Chennai
Aakash Chopra breaks down some of the technical talking points from Chepauk
KL Rahul might have missed out on a double hundred but his efficiency repelled not just England's attack but his potential rivals at the top of India's order
It was another day of slim pickings in the field and, despite dismissing Virat Kohli cheaply for the first time in the series, could find themselves under pressure to save the game
England made a shaky start to the second day, but got to a sizeable first-innings total courtesy a century stand for the eighth wicket between Adil Rashid and the debutant Liam Dawson
England debutant, Liam Dawson, scored an unbeaten 66 from 148 balls, the highest score by an England debutant batting at No. 8, to guide his side to a sizeable 477-run first innings total in the fifth Test in Chennai on Saturday.
Liam Dawson earned his Test selection largely on the strength of his impressive net-bowling in white-ball cricket. But he indicated on debut that he is made of the right stuff.
Liam Dawson's breaking of an 18-year record, England's lower order defiance and R Ashwin's rare failure feature in the second day's stats wrap of the Chennai Test
An analysis of some of the more technical aspects of the second day's play between India and England in Chennai.
The wicketkeeper has become India's Mr Fixit during this series, both in front and behind the stumps, coming to the team's aid whenever asked
Moeen Ali's fifth Test century steered England past a shaky start and moved them to a solid 284 for 4 at the end of day one in Chennai.
The hardships endured by Chennai residents in the buildup to this Test did little to dampen the enthusiasm of the Chepauk faithful, whose graciousness shone proudly on day one
Joe Root feels a session batting on a road inside the Chepauk stadium had helped him rediscover his fluency ahead of the fifth Test in Chennai
Moeen Ali's fourth century of the calendar year was a performance of two distinct parts. But his success has intensified the debate about his role in the side
Throughout the series Ravindra Jadeja has played a crucial role in offering control when the pitches have often been at their best for batting
Ishant Sharma's effective use of the full delivery and Joe Root continuing with his Mumbai mindset were among Aakash Chopra's insights from Chepauk
Ravindra Jadeja v Alastair Cook has become a one-sided contest in this Test series
Moeen Ali registered his second ton of the Test series against India by thumping the hosts for an unbeaten 222-ball 120 on the first day of the fifth and final Test that began in Chennai on Friday.
R Sridhar, India's fielding coach, is of the view that the recent spate of injuries has put them off the good fielding work they had done in the last two years
England's seven Tests in Bangladesh and India were marked by frequent collapses: some by the top order, some by the lower order and some by the entire order
When you pick players for reasonable ability in two disciplines, that affects your ability to win Test matches.
The India captain wanted at least a month's time to get used to conditions, but only a short stint might be possible with current schedules
James Anderson will miss the final Test of the series in Chennai with what has been described as "body soreness" by England captain, Alastair Cook.
Two local boys will be savouring a Test in Chennai for the first time since 2013, though it comes against the backdrop of the devastation wrought by Cyclone Vardah
Though India have already won the Test series vs. England, the final teams have something to gain in the final meeting in Chennai.
No. of bigger first inns totals that have resulted in an innings defeat, than England's 477. The previous biggest was 432 by Eng at The Oval in Ashes 2001.
No. of five-wkt hauls for Jadeja in this series, before this. He has taken a five-for in this innings.
No. of times Jadeja has dismissed Cook in Tests - most a bowler has dismissed Cook in any series. Cook averaged just 12.50 runs in the series v Jadeja
No. of times Cook has been dismissed by Jadeja in this series at an average of 12.20. Kohli introduced him after 19 overs in the morning session.
Cook's score when he was dropped by Parthiv off Ashwin. He has made 1101 runs at 52.42 on day five of Tests - more than anyone since his debut.
No. of scores of 200-plus by India batsmen at No. 5 or lower in Tests before Karun Nair. Dhoni and Laxman are the others to do it.
No. of times India have posted a total of 400-plus in this series after losing the toss. No other team has done it more than thrice in a series.
The highest 1st-inns deficit overcome by India in Tests against England before this - in Delhi, 1981-82. Overall 477 is their 7th highest against any team.
No. of IND batsmen to make 100s in this series - equals their most. Last such instance was against West Indies at home in 1978-79. Overall, 4th such instance.