James Anderson passed Glenn McGrath's record on the last day of the Test series against India.
James Anderson surpassed Glenn McGrath's tally of 563 Test wickets on Day 5 of the Oval Test against India.
India captain Virat Kohli said that the final scoreline of 1-4 is not a true reflection of how Team India competed in the five-match Test series.
Playing in his last Test, Cook scripted a fairytale ending to his career.
Virat Kohli in the post-match conference said that the India vs England series was competitive in nature and has been a great advertisement for Test cricket.
James Anderson passed Glenn McGrath when he claimed the wicket of Mohammed Shami during the 5th Test vs India.
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.
Indian fast bowler Mohammed Shami said he watched videos of England star pacers Stuart Broad and James Anderson to better understand and improve his bowling in English conditions.
James Anderson snatched his cap and jumper from umpire Kumar Dharmasena and spoke to him in an "aggressive manner" following an unsuccessful LBW review against Virat Kohli.
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.
Ishant Sharma has been the pick of the Indian bowlers with 18 wickets to his name, behind only England fast bowler James Anderson, who has taken 21 wickets in the series so far.
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.
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.
Highlights India vs England: Cheteshwar Pujara starred with the bat as India ended day 2 in a strong position against England.
James Anderson is currently six short of Glenn McGrath's record of 563 Test wickets.
Riding on a brilliant 113-run partnership between Virat Kohli and Cheteshwar Pujara, India posted a target of 521 runs.
Highlights, India vs England: England were 23 without any loss at stumps on Day 3 requiring another 498 runs to win with 10 wickets remaining in the fourth innings.
Ravi Shastri admitted that the team was not playing well and the batsmen needed to play with more character and mental discipline.