India vs England: Felt like Jasprit Bumrah wasn't trying to get me out in second Test, says James Anderson
James Anderson has said that he felt like Jasprit Bumrah was not trying to get him out in the second innings of the Lord's Test.
Former India pacer Ajit Agarkar said that Virat Kohli was dismissed on two good balls against England in the first two Tests.
Chris Silverwood should have asked Joe Root, 'What the hell is going on': Michael Vaughan on bouncer tactic
England now trail the five-match series 0-1 and Vaughan said the onus is on Silverwood to change the momentum of the series.
Tension between the Indian and English cricketers during the second Test at Lord's that ended this week wasn't limited to the pitch.
Former England batsman Nick Compton has referred to Indian skipper Virat Kohli as the most foul-mouthed individual.
The ugly scenes at Lord's, including one where the 'F' word was used in an audible altercation between Virat Kohli and James Anderson, has put the spotlight on umpires.
Ramiz Raja heaped rich praise on Team India for thriving under pressure on Day 5 against England and going on to eventually win the second Test.
Over the last few months, Siraj seems to have made the graduation up a rung and now gives company to the redoubtable trio of Bumrah, Shami and Ishant.
While the visitors will be jubilant with their batting efforts, this victory was a flawless one, with Kohli and co's absolute team effort trumping above their rival's individual performances.
Australian legend Shane Warne blasts England's bowling tactics against Jasprit Bumrah, Mohammed Shami
Thanks to Shami and Bumrah's 89-run unbroken partnership for the ninth wicket, England were set a 272-run target in a minimum of 60 overs.
The legendary Sachin Tendulkar says the current England team is in complete awe of India's world-class seam attack.
England, who started day five of the Lord's Test in a strong position, eventually lost the game by 151 runs to a 'brilliant' India.
Virat Kohli and his team jumped on to something that emotionally gave them edge: England skipper Joe Root
England used the short ball a bit too much, and the Indian duo played sensibly to form an 89-run stand for the ninth wicket.
India head coach Ravi Shastri on Tuesday said that winning a match at Lord's Cricket Ground is very special.
India vs England second Test: Really proud of how we have played first two Tests, says Cheteshwar Pujara
Cheteshwar Pujara has said that the entire team is really proud of how they performed in the second Test against England.