India crush England after Root, Hameed defiance

  • India ease to target of 103
  • England all out for 236 in second innings
  • Hameed 59 not out
  • India go 2-0 up in series

"No magic balls were being bowled really...It was not that the pitch was behaving," said Cook, who moved past former Australia captain Steve Waugh to become the 10th highest run-scorer in test cricket.

"It was good, accurate bowling, as you expect from India in these conditions, but it was not unplayable. We didn't score enough runs."

Jadeja, who scored a career-best 90 and picked up four wickets, was adjudged man of the match.

The fourth test in Mumbai starts on Dec. 8.