James Anderson sealed the third ten-wicket haul of his Test career, as England's bowlers powered their way to an innings-and-88 run victory with a final three-wicket flurry after tea
The No. 3's belief was something that eluded his team-mates over the four sessions which contained Sri Lanka's two farcical innings
A failure to leave the ball decisively paved the road to an 'embarrassing' and 'humiliating' innings-defeat at Headingley, Sri Lanka captain Angelo Mathews said
James Anderson's status as a great fast bowler may be a matter for endless debate, but there's no question of the beauty of his very best performances
Sri Lanka are not the first touring team to struggle in typical English conditions, but that fact does not detract from James Anderson's magnificence
James Anderson has fantastic variation to his bowling, but the value of the stock ball should never be underestimated
Jonny Bairstow looked as if he were "playing on a different wicket" to everyone else in the first Investec Test according to England captain, Alastair Cook.
Jonny Bairstow brought up his second Test century, before James Anderson and Stuart Broad shared nine wickets to condemn Sri Lanka to the follow-on
The Sri Lankan captain has the skill to stand up to England's bowlers, so why did he not use a review? Whatever the situation, it was surely worth it
Ben Stokes is a doubt for the second Test against Sri Lanka, on his home ground at Chester-le-Street, after suffering a knee injury at Headingley
This Headingley pitch has not made batting a simple task, but Jonny Bairstow played like a man in the form of his life with the stirring support of his home crowd
James Anderson credited a change of ends for improving his modest record at Headingley
A diligent half-century from Alex Hales, coupled with some home-ground know-how from Jonny Bairstow, helped England to regroup with a 88-run stand for the sixth wicket
Dasun Shanaka is not one of the great fast bowlers to run in at Headingley, but he found the length that the great ones do
Amid a spluttering start to England's Test summer, Alex Hales played with the sort of discipline that suggests he has the game to succeed at this level
He was the last of the seamers used by Angelo Mathews, and even Dasun Shanaka seemed a little surprised with the big fish he hauled in
Wicketkeepers are only noticed when they fumble. But they are the real attention magnets - or ought to be
Angelo Mathews and Rangana Herath are the only men on tour to have played more than 30 Tests, but it is two inexperienced players who have buoyed Sri Lanka ahead of the first Test
ESPNcricinfo previews the first Test between England and Sri Lanka
Best match figures by an England pacer in Tests against Sri Lanka before this - by Liam Plunkett at the same venue in 2014. Anderson's figures are currently the best.
Number of first-class matches Kusal Mendis had played before making his Test debut against West Indies last year. He has hit his maiden Test fifty in this match.
Kaushal Silva's average in his last 13 Test innings, including the 2 inns of this match. He has scored 173 runs in these inns with only one fifty.
The last time before this England enforced follow-on, which was against New Zealand in Wellington. That Test ended in a draw.
James Anderson's previous best at Leeds, which was against Sri Lanka in 2014. He has taken four wickets in this innings.
The only time Sri Lanka's top four batsmen scored fewer than 26 runs that they managed in this innings in an away Test - against New Zealand in Wellington.
No. of times bowlers bowling at position 4 or later picked more wkts vs Eng in Eng than 8 by SL in this - 9 by WI, Nottingham 1950 and Manchester 2007.
No. of hundreds by Bairstow in 12 first-class innings in 2016. Three of them have come at Leeds. Had made 246, 5, 198 in previous 3 inns at this venue.
Runs scored by Alex Hales from 27 balls in the first hour's play on the second day. Jonny Bairstow overtook him making 30 from 58 deliveries.
No. of century stands for England's sixth wicket at Leeds before this one. This is the first one at this venue since Pietersen and Prior added 160 against WI in 2007.
Runs scored by Bairstow in 3 first-class inns at Headingley in this season - scores of 246, 5 and 198. He has scored another half-century in this inns.
Runs scored by Hales in his last 5 Test innings, in South Africa; scores of 5, 1, 18, 15, 1. He has completed a half-century holding one end in this inns.
Last 4 instances of Eng's No. 3, 4 & 5 aggregating <10 runs in a home Test, including this, have all come at Headingley - vs NZ, 2015 and vs Aus 2009 (both inns).
Run scored by Root in his last 3 Test innings at Headingley, his home ground, including the duck in this match. He was out for 1 and 0 against NZ last year.