Ravichandran Ashwin fought against the lethal bowling of England as most of the top order batsmen surrendered and the visitors are marching towards another win.
The England captain, Alastair Cook, assisted his team with a decisive lead of 193 runs while being involved in three partnerships well assisted by Jonathan Trott.
England spinners, Monty Panesar and Graeme Swann, led their team to a magnificent victory in the second Test and especially the first made a lot of difference.
England won vs. India by the magical performance of their spinning duo of Monty Panesar and Graeme Swann who destroyed the strong rival batting line up twice.
Kevin Pietersen lambasted the Indian bowling attack while Monty Panesar made a big dent in the hosts batting well assisted by Graeme Swann in the second Test.
Alastair Cook once again led from the front along with Kevin Pietersen on a spinning track as all six wickets fell during the day belonged to the spinners.
Team India made the first impact on the visiting England by humiliating them in the first Test with a huge margin of 9 wickets on the last day of the match.
The skipper of England, Alastair Cook along with Matt Prior taught the rest of their team mates how to bat under pressure while playing magnificent knocks.
England suffered a blow by the Indian spinners who routed their batting and bend them to follow on while the visitors made a strong comeback in the 2nd innings.
A solid unbroken partnership between Virat Kohli and MS Dhoni brought another marvellous victory for India in the 2nd Test against the visiting New Zealand.