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Player of the Match
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Spinners wrap up India's 246-run victory

India 455 (Kohli 167, Pujara 119, Anderson 3-62) and 204 (Kohli 81, Rashid 4-82) beat England 255 (Stokes 70, Bairstow 53, Ashwin 5-67) and 158 (Cook 54, Hameed 25, Jayant 3-30, Ashwin 3-52) by 246 runs
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India's bowlers required just 38.1 overs to wrap up a comprehensive 246-run victory on the final day of the second Test at Visakhapatnam, as England's resolve - fatally weakened by the loss of two wickets late on the fourth evening - was finally cracked with nothing but pride left to play for. The damage had been done in a frantic morning session in which they slumped for 87 for 2 to 142 for 7, and the tail succumbed meekly after lunch, with only Jonny Bairstow showing any real resistance with 34 not out.

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Big win

246

The margin of India's win, their second largest (by runs) in Tests against England - they won by 279 runs at Headingley in 1986

Ashwin's bunny

5

Duckett's average v Ashwin in the series: in 40 balls he has scored 15 runs off him and been dismissed three times

Slow and steady

171

Balls for Cook's 50, his slowest half-century in Tests; his previous slowest was off 164 balls, v Australia at Trent Bridge, 2013, and in Colombo in 2012

Bowled again

16

Number of times Pujara has been bowled in Tests, out of the 59 times he has been dismissed by bowlers - a percentage of 27.11

Not hot in second innings

29.42

Murali Vijay's Test average in the second innings; in the first he averages 48.38

Not a great start

80

Runs for which England lost their 1st 5 wickets. This is their sixth lowest ever against India in India. Previously they lost 5 for 69 runs in Ahmedabad in 2012