Ahmedabad, Nov 19: India completed a commanding nine-wicket victory over England at Sardar Patel Stadium here on Monday on the fifth and final day of the first Test.
Pragyan Ojha and Cheteshwar Pujara were the architects of Indian win. Left-arm spinner Ojha finished with a match haul of nine wickets while Pujara remained unbeaten in both innings.
Pujara was declared Man-of-the-match for his knocks of 206 not out and unbeaten 41.
On the fifth and final day, India dismissed England for 406 and chased down 77 in 15.3 overs to win by nine wickets, losing Virender Sehwag.
The second Test of the four-match series, starts in Mumbai on November 23.
Ojha ends Cook's maraton innings
Pragyan Ojha is ecstatic having ended Alastair Cook's marathon innings, on Monday. Cook was out for 176, having batted for 556 minutes.
Ojha appeals for a wicket
Pragyan Ojha makes an unsuccessful appeal for a wicket against Tim Bresnan on Monday. Ojha finished with nine wickets in the match. India won by nine wickets.
Ojha scripts Indian win
Pragyan Ojha has another wicket in Ahmedabad, on Monday.
Virat Kohli pacified by Umpires
Virat Kohli is pacified by the umpires after his argument with England's James Anderson on the last day of the first Test match at the Motera Stadium in Ahmedabad on Monday.