England beat India by an innings and 159 runs

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Anderson registered his 26th five-wicket haul in Tests with 5-20 on the second day at Lord's as India were bowled out for 107.

KL Rahul was undone in similar fashion, pinned on the crease by Anderson, before Broad's afternoon spell disrupted the middle order to leave them 61-6.

A Hindustan Times headline read: "India shamed at Lord's as bastmen surrender again".

Woakes, who slammed an unbeaten 137 in England's only innings and chipped in with four wickets in the match, has gained 34 places to reach a career-best 50 position among batsmen while also moving up three places to 32 among bowlers and by five places to seventh among all-rounders. Both Anderson and Broad finished with four wickets.

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Coach Bayliss had every reason to smile as he reflected on a Lord's win which owed most to the sixth-wicket stand of 189 between Woakes and Jonny Bairstow - and the brilliant bowling of James Anderson. "England deserved to win; we deserved to lose". "But we haven't played the complete game yet". When a team plays like that they deserve to be on the winning side.

Broad took over from Anderson to dismiss Ajinkya Rahane, smartly caught at third slip by Keaton Jennings for 13, and then bowled Cheteshwar Pujara off his pads for 17.

England captain Joe Root speaking to TMS: "We still had to exploit the conditions - the seam group were outstanding".

"He's not just good when the conditions suit him, but in these conditions he's the best in the world", Bayliss said.

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What did the pundit make of it?

"This is payback time a little bit for England after losing 4-0 in India and I don't see them letting up". I personally feel you'll belt Australia in Australia.

Barring skipper Kohli's 200 runs over two innings in Edgbaston, none of the batsmen have managed to stick it out against the English bowlers who have been on song with weather conditions favouring swing and bounce. Virat Kohli's men failed to put up even semblance of a fight as they were bundled out for a mere 247 runs in the two innings combined. "We need a competitive game, and a close series".

After starring with the bat, Chris Woakes took his chance with the ball. Very proud to take 100 wickets at Lord's.

Former Indian opener Virender Sehwag, who never minces his words when putting across things on Twitter was not very impressed with the way the team folded without putting up a fight.

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Former Australian cricketer Dean Jones said the Indian's team current debacle in England should be an eye opener for Virat Kohli's ahead of the 2019 World Cup in United Kingdom where they might opt to play a few extra practice games to get accustomed to the conditions.

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