The Oval, London News
Highlights India vs England: England defeated India by 118 runs on the final day of the Oval Test to clinch the 5-match Test series 4-1.
Highlights India vs England: Alastair Cook stars with the bat on his farewell Test while England pacers James Anderson and Stuart Broad picked up early wickets to put India on the back-foot at end of Day4.
England assistant coach Paul Farbrace on Sunday said that Alastair Cook will be badly missed on and off the field when he retires.
Highlights India vs England: Alastair Cook (46*) and Joe Root (29*) remained unbeaten as England extended their lead to 154 runs at stumps on Day 3.
Highlights India vs England: Virat Kohli (49) scored the highest for India while James Anderson and Stuart Broad took two wickets each to put their team on top at stumps on Day 2.
Ravindra Jadeja took two wickets for 57 runs on Day 1 of the fifth and final Test at The Oval, London.
Alastair Cook is playing his 161st Test match and he has scored over 12,000 runs in the longest format of the game.
Highlights India vs England: The Indian cricket team bowlers made a terrific comeback in the final session as England ended Day 1 on 198/7.
After registering a 60-run win in the fourth Test, England have a 3-1 unassailable lead in the series.
The fifth and final Test between India and England starts from September 7 at the Oval in London.
The Indian team lost the fourth Test against England at Southampton by 60 runs giving the hosts an unassailable 3-1 lead in the series.
Chief coach Ravi Shastri has tried to keep the morale of the team high by calling it the best travelling side in last 15 years.
England were 171 for four at stumps, having won the toss, with 31 of the scheduled 90 overs lost to bad weather on the opening day of the 100th Test at The Oval.
Anil Kumble quit as Team India head coach On Tuesday.
Shami stopped in is tracks, turned back and moved towards the fan to confront him. However, former Indian captain MS Dhoni stepped in to diffuse the situation and calm Shami down.
After Kohli won the toss and opted to field first, Pakistan posted an imposing total of 338 for four featuring Fakhar Zaman's maiden ODI hundred, an innings where he might have been run out for one and was caught off a no-ball on three.
Title-holders India, set 339 to win, collapsed to 33 for three and 54 for five against a Pakistan side they had thrashed by 124 runs in their tournament opener at Edgbaston on June 4.