India vs England 1st Test Day 4 Highlights: Tom Hartley may have taken the big blows in the first innings but he is now delivering the big blows. Hartley played a big role in ensuring that England got India down to their last wicket and forced a half-hour extension to the day. Mohammed Siraj and Jasprit Bumrah then put England in a bit of a tricky spot though in that extra period, going for their shots running tight singles and doubles and reducing the runs India needed to win.
Since I have taken captaincy on, we have had a lot of fantastic moments. This victory is probably 100% our greatest triumph. It's my first time coming here and being a captain. I am a great observer of the game. I watched how Indian spinners operated, and how Rohit set the field. Thrilled for everyone. Hartley got nine wickets and Pope after his shoulder surgery. Tom came into the squad for the first time. A lot of confidence was given. I was willing to give him longer spells. We completely back the people who we have selected. The situation we found ourselves in, the shots he played, 190 on such a wicket, he was able to manipulate the field, that's the greatest innings ever played in the subcontinent by an English batter. I don't fear failure, I try to encourage whoever is in the squad. Ben Stokes, England captain
Hard to pinpoint where it went wrong. Having got a lead of 190, we thought we were very much in the batting. Exceptional batting, one of the best I have seen in Indian conditions by an overseas batter, Ollie Pope played a brilliant knock. We bowled in the right areas. The bowlers executed the plans well, you got to take your hat off to Pope and say well played. Overall, we failed as a team. We didn't bat well enough. I wanted them (Siraj and Bumrah) to take the game to the fifth day. The lower order fought really well there. You need to be brave enough, which I thought we weren't. Rohit Sharma, India captain