India’s way of dealing with England’s team has been quite simple right from the word go. A series started with a muddled draw then turned out to be a one-sided game when India got the better of England through and through in the following games as it was easy as pie to bring the Test series to a sweet ending at the Chepauk Stadium in Chennai when India completed a 4-0 series win against the clueless English side.

Picture Source: BCCI
Picture Source: BCCI

A lot has transpired in the fifth and final Test that saw India galloping 75 runs innings victory by the likes of Karun Nair’s starstruck triple century, KL Rahul’s stupendous 199 and a blistering all-round show from Ravindra Jadeja’s quickfire 51 followed by his maiden 10-wicket haul.

Parthiv Patel continued his good form and essayed his career-best of 71. Though Ravichandran Ashwin didn’t make the cut in the bowling unit, Ashwin fired to produce 67 runs. All those valiant efforts from the Indians piloted the side post the team’s highest ever total in Tests that read 759/7.

A match that was worth watching from India’s point of view when the pundits thought England would survive on the final day but only to be bashed by the tough Indian side that comfortably sit at the peak of the rankings charts. Karun Nair is named the Player of the match whereas Virat Kohli is the Player of the Series.

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