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Ravindra Jadeja was India's match-winner, taking seven wickets for the first time in a Test innings and ten for the first time in a match as well as grabbing two catches, including what was surely the catch of the series.
England, though, were their own worst enemy, batsman after batsman getting himself out to hasten India to a 4-0 series win.
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Keaton Jennings had played the spinners well, sweeping and reverse-sweeping confidently and also using his feet to try and get to the pitch and work Jadeja and Amit Mishra with the turn.
This enabled him to clip both of them for fours through midwicket, but having done this to go from 50 to 54, he stepped out again, premeditatedly, and Jadeja fired it in low and full.
Stuart Broad saw out the first over of his spell, but could do nothing about the first ball of the second; it jumped out of the rough as he stretched out to defend, and popped up off the glove to leg slip. Turn and bounce again, this time to the right-handed Jake Ball. Both sides of lunch, Jadeja had threatened to dismiss Alastair Cook for the sixth time in the series.