India fought hard on Day 4 of the final Test against England at the Oval but it was never going to be enough. A look at the day's play. (AFP and AP images)
Skipper MS Dhoni was the first to surrender as James Anderson struck to find an edge of his bat. Matt Prior completed a rather simple catch behind.
A rather familiar script was postponed thanks to Amit Mishra who supported Rahul Dravid on the other end, with determination.
It was Bresnan who finally managed to get rid of Mishra but the spinners' efforts were well appreciated by his senior partner in Rahul Dravid who himself scored a century.
Gambhir resisted for a bit but he too was removed eventually as Indian batting edged close to the elusive 300-run mark.
Bresnan removed RP Singh and Sreesanth to finish India's innings on 300, a first for the visiting side in the tour.
India was asked to follow-on and yet again, resistance was not to be found. Even Dravid walked back early, courtesy Graeme Swann.
VVS Laxman was the last wicket to fall as India ended the day on 129/3, trailing England by 162 runs.
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