England v India: Ollie Robinson takes 5-65 to seal huge Headingley win

Third LV= Insurance test, Emerald Headingley (day 4 of five). India 78 (Anderson 3-3), 278 (Pujara 91, Kohli 55 and Robinson 5-65). England 432 (Root 121) England won with an innings and 76 runs Scorecard
England defeated India's resistance and won the third Test at Headingley by an innings and with 76 runs to win. The series is now 1-1.

Ollie Robinson skillfully used the second ball of the fourth day to claim 5-65, and hasten India's 278-run score.

Robinson removed both overnight batsmen after India threatened to make it difficult for England by moving on to 215-2 in day three.

Cheteshwar Pujara, who was lbw not in a stroke for 91, was ahead of Virat Kohli, whose previous overturn had been given out caught behind. Virat Kohli edged to the first slip for 55.

It was the start of India's 63-run defeat. They lost their eight wickets for just 63 runs.

Joe Root won England's 27th Test match as captain in front of his home crowd.

The fourth Test at The Oval starts on Thursday. The series ends at Old Trafford on September 10.

After England's fightback, series poised

The series is now in a tense position, not just because of the score, but also because of the way the fortunes of these teams have changed.

England were saved in large part by the rain at Trent Bridge in the first Test. However, England suffered a crushing defeat at Lord's in the second game.

They managed to get India out for 78, winning the toss, and then piled up 432 runs to win their first victory in eight Tests.

Although India made a hint at a Headingley comeback, it was never a reality. No side has ever overcome such a huge first-innings deficit in a Test to win.

All selections made by England were correct. Haseeb Hameed, Dawid Malan and Craig Overton ran well. Craig Overton was also impressive with the ball. Chris Woakes and Mark Wood may be available by the hosts for The Oval.

India is the problem for the first time in this series.

Robinson cheers Headingley's return

Robinson, a Sussex seamer, is only playing his fourth Test but has been a crucial component of the England attack despite the controversy surrounding his June debut.

Headingley has a history. He played 10 games in Yorkshire for 2013 and 2014. However, he was fired for "numbers of unprofessional acts", which he attributed to his inability to be at home in Kent.

Robinson, upon his international bowling return, was a master at using the new ball. He delighted a boisterous crowd who were aware of the importance and the importance of the first hour.

In the fourth over, Pujara was unable to judge a hooping swinger that was hitting off stump.

England believed they had Kohli's wicket when James Anderson gave him out. The India captain even began to walk off, only for the review that showed that he had actually clipped his pad with the bat.

Robinson managed to fence Root with his bounce and seam movement. Then Rishabh Pan, a frenetic Rishabh, steered to the third slip. Robinson was able to complete his second Test five, when Ishant Sharma was caught.

Anderson took Ajinkya Rahane's edge, Moeen Ali bowled Mohammed Shamii and Overton took two more wickets to make it 3-47.

They've returned doubly strong' -- what they said

Root praises England's "outstanding" performance after India was swept aside

Joe Root, England captain: "To bounce back the way we have done it is the most amazing thing. It was incredible to see the bowling, the openings' play and the significant partnerships that we formed.

"India performed exceptionally well yesterday. They made it difficult for us. But those wickets were the result of all the hard work that we put in yesterday. We did a good job of grabbing control of the game."

James Anderson, England bowler on Sky Sports: "We are missing quite a lot of bowlers which is a sign of how deep we have." Broad, Archer, and Woakes are all gone. They have been a great help over the years. It's good to see guys coming in and performing.

Virat Kohli, India captain on TMS: "We were always against it starting in the first innings. Not enough runs on board and it's very hard to get back in the game. We were under tremendous pressure because of their consistency with the ball. Robinson has bowled in England a lot and can swing the ball both directions, so in these conditions, he was a great find."

Ebony Rainford Brent, ex-England batter on TMS: "The most important thing is how England bouncedback. Although you saw the Lord's loss and wondered if it would affect your mental health, they've come back twice as strong.