Left-arm spinner Axar Patel, who was the destructor-in-chief, relentlessly hit the good length areas to bamboozle the England batsmen and grab a match-haul of 11 for 70.
After scoring 228 and 186 in Sri Lanka, Joe Root hit a fine century in the series-opener against India to make his 100th Test even more memorable
The decision to rest Bairstow is part of player management policy, which stresses on giving adequate rest to every English cricketer
Nasser Hussain said Indian spinners outperformed their England counterparts and even experienced Moeen Ali was lacking control during second Test
Hussain warned England to be ready for a tough one in the four-Test series against India, starting February 5 in Chennai.
Former England captain Nasser Hussain compared Pakistan's Babar Azam to India's Virat Kohli as one of the world's leading batsmen
Joe Root struck 218 in England's first innings on a spin-friendly pitch to lead his side to a 227-run win over India in the first Test in Chennai
In a painstaking effort, England opener Dom Sibley took 312 balls to compile his century on Day 2 of the second Test against West Indies at Old Trafford
An angry Sunil Gavaskar asked Nasser Hussian what does he know about of the Indian cricket team before Sourav Ganguly was appointed captain in 2000
Veteran pacer James Anderson was given the nod alongside Mark Wood and Jofra Archer as Stuart Broad had to be content with following the action from the bench
Michael Holding caught the imagination of viewers across the world who had tuned in to watch the opening day of first England vs West Indies Test match with...
Backing Ben Stokes as 'future' England captain, Nasser Hussain compares the all-rounder with Virat Kohli
Sachin Tendulkar dominated Indian cricket for over two decades before retiring in 2013 as the holder of many batting records
Sourav Ganguly, Nasser Hussain engage in a funny banter over 2002 NatWest Trophy, which India won after defeating England at Lord's
Australia vs India: The upcoming tour Down Under will be Rohit Sharma's first big test as an opener in the longest format of the game
Former England captain Nasser Hussain admitted to sledging Mohammad Kaif when the Indian batsman came out to bat during the 2002 Natwest Series final
Nasser Hussain's view on team selection was echoed by India's twin World Cup hero Yuvraj Singh, who wants to know how the current Indian coaching staff headed...
In his first Test in 1989, Sachin Tendulkar was up against a Pakistan pace attack comprising Imran Khan, Wasim Akram and Waqar Younis
Citing football, Nasser Hussain, an astute reader of the game that he'd played for more than a decade internationally, expressed his amazement at Virat Kohli's...
India captain Virat Kohli is constantly rated as the best batsman in the world due to his ability to change games regardless of the format