India's first Test victory at the Oval after 1971 was all about individual performances helping them to dominate proceedings as a team.
Michael Vaughan feels senior off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin's inclusion in the playing XI can solve the problem.
India will be forced to reassess their combination and may think of playing an extra batsman in place of a bowler in the fourth Test.
The England bowlers came out all guns blazing on Saturday morning and wrapped the third Test up against India in the opening session itself.
India vs England third Test: Ollie Robinson managed to move the ball throughout the innings, says Joe Root
Joe Root believes it was a clinical show from the boys as the team registered an innings victory to level the five-match series 1-1 with two games to go.
The Indian batsmen, who had resisted on the third day, fell like a pack of cards on the fourth day, as the team collapsed to an innings and 76-run defeat.
India suffered an innings and 76 run loss against England after being bowled out for 278 in their second innings in the third Test.
Ashwin first praised Rohit, Virat Kohli and Pujara and then made a special mention for Jarvo to stop invading the pitch.
YouTuber Daniel Jarvis intruded into the field of play during the last Test match at Lord's and the ongoing Headingley game.
At stumps, India are still trailing England by 139 runs with eight wickets in hand. For the visitors, Cheteshwar Pujara (91*) and skipper Virat Kohli (45*) are at the crease.
The hosts earlier took a massive first-innings lead of 354 runs before being all out for 432 in their first innings at Headingley.
England skipper Joe Root extended his purple patch with his 23rd Test hundred and sixth of the year to take his team to a commanding 423 for eight at stumps on day two.
England had earlier managed to score 62 runs in the first session, taking their first innings to score 182 for two having started the day at 120 for no loss.
Mohammed Siraj was introduced to bowling on Thursday, the second day of the third Test, amid boos from the crowd at the Headingley.
Madan Lal wasn't pleased with India's shambolic batting performance on the opening day of the third Test against England.