India defeated England by 10 wickets in the third Test in Ahmedabad in a rare two-day win in the longest format of the game. As many as 17 wickets fell on Thursday, Day Two, when bowlers from both teams bamboozled the batsmen, who couldn't pick deliveries that turned from the ones that went straight on after pitching. India chased down a paltry target of 49 runs in the final session of the second day after England were bowled out for 81 -- their lowest-ever total in India -- in the second innings. England's slump with the bat overshadowed the one India endured earlier in the day as they went from 99 for 3 overnight to 145 all out inside the first session. Amidst all the tumbling wickets Ravichandran Ashwin reached the milestone of 400 Test wickets, becoming the fastest Indian to the feat.