India's second Test win over England at Lord's was all down to preparation and patience, says paceman Ishant Sharma.
Ishant Sharma claimed 7-74 to bowl India to a 95-run victory over England on the final day of the second Test at Lord's.
India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni praised his side's attitude after they beat England by 95 runs in the second Test.
Alastair Cook has vowed to carry on as England captain despite his side’s 95-run defeat to India at Lord's.
Alastair Cook's poor form continued as England were reduced to 105-4 chasing 319 on day four against India at Lord's.
Murali Vijay stood firm as India close on 169-4 in their second innings, a lead of 145, on day three against England.
Gary Ballance completed back-to-back Lord's hundreds but India struck back to leave the second Test evenly-poised.
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The Trent Bridge pitch used for the first Test between England and India has been marked 'poor' by the match referee.
England were held up by Ajinkya Rahane’s second Test century as India closed day one on 290-9 at Lord’s.
England bowler James Anderson faces a preliminary hearing next Tuesday about his disciplinary charge.
Ben Stokes was left frustrated as England struggled to finish India off in the second Investec Test at Lord’s.
India all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja has been charged with a Level 2 offence under the ICC Code of Conduct.
Sir Ian Botham says punters should lump on Joe Root to be England's top run scorer in the second Test.
MS Dhoni says India accused James Anderson of misconduct because they felt his behaviour crossed the line.
Alastair Cook says he thinks the Indian complaint against fast bowler James Anderson may be a tactical move.
England will wait to see the Lord's pitch on Thursday morning before deciding whether to recall spinner Simon Kerrigan.
England bowler James Anderson charged after alleged altercation with India's Ravindra Jadeja during the first Test.
Stuart Binny and Bhuvneshwar Kumar hit half-centuries as India secured a draw against England at Trent Bridge.
England captain Alastair Cook declared the wicket the winner after India batted out for a draw in the first Test.
Spinner Simon Kerrigan is "in the frame" for a recall for the second Test against India, says England coach David Saker.
Sky Sports commentator David Lloyd has tipped Yorkshire's Joe Root as a future England captain.
England No 11 James Anderson finally experienced the fun side of batting during his career-best 81 against India.
A Test record 10th-wicket stand between Joe Root and James Anderson kept England's victory hopes alive at Trent Bridge.
England collapsed on the third afternoon of the first Test, losing 6-68 before the tail staged a recovery after tea.
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