India beat England by 157 hurries to win the fourth Test at the Oval on Monday and take a 2-1 lead in the five-match series.
Britain, set 368 to win, were excused for 210 after tea on the last day as India won in a match requiring a little more than fifty years on from their first Test – and series – win in England at the Oval in 1971.
Britain were somewhat very much positioned at 141-2 after lunch before left-arm spinner Ravindra Jadeja and quick bowler Jasprit Bumrah both struck twice in a staggering breakdown that saw the hosts lose four wickets for six runs in 36 balls.
Reviewed paceman Umesh Yadav, who took 3-60, tidied up the tail and finished the match when James Anderson was gotten behind.
Prior in the match, opener Rohit Sharma made 127 – subsequent to being missed twice in the slips – for his first Test hundred outside of India as the sightseers stacked up 466 in their subsequent innings, having surrendered a first-innings lead of 99.
India all-rounder Shardul Thakur, reviewed subsequent to experiencing a hamstring injury in the drawn first Test at Trent Bridge, hit half-hundreds of years in the two innings and the paceman additionally caught the critical wicket of England chief Joe Root on Monday.
The series finishes up with the fifth Test at Old Trafford, Manchester, beginning on Friday.
India first Innings 191 (S Thakur 57, V Kohli 50; C Woakes 4-55, O Robinson 3-38)
Britain first innings 290 (O Pope 81, C Woakes 50; U Yadav 3-76)
India second Innings 466 (R Sharma 127, C Pujara 61, S Thakur 60, R Pant 50; C Woakes 3-83)
Britain second Innings (H Hameed 63, R Burns 50; U Yadav 3-60)
Result: India won by 157 runs
Series: India lead five-match series 2-1