Jadeja apparently hurt his knee while fielding during the England innings on the second day of the third Test that India lost by an innings and 76 runs
The Headingley win was England's 10th biggest win against India in Tests. England have now levelled the 5-match Test series 1-1
India capitulated on Day 4 losing eight wickets for addition of just 63 runs as England levelled the series 1-1. Catch the highlights of ENG vs IND third Test here
By stumps on the third evening, India reached 215 for two in their second innings courtesy Pujara and Rohit, who scored a half-century
Rishabh Pant’s gloves were the talking point after it was found that the India wicketkeeper had taped his 4th and fifth fingers
Cheteshwar Pujara was batting on 91 along with skipper Virat Kohli (45) still trailing England by 139 runs at stumps. Catch highlights of ENG vs IND third Test, Day 3 here
England dismissed India for 78 runs then took a lead of a lead of 345 after reaching 42 3/8 at the close of play on Day 2 at Leeds
England reached 423 for 8 at stumps on day two to take a massive lead of 345. Malan, playing his first Test in three years, hit 70
England lead India by 345 runs at the end of Day 2 in the third Test. India were dismissed for 78 in their first innings at Leeds
The hosts added 116 runs in post lunch session to extend their lead to 220 runs
Virat Kohli had endured the jeer of England fans after he was dismissed cheaply for his nemesis James Anderson on Day 1 of the second Test at Headingly, Leeds
Pant scored two runs off nine balls as India recorded their third-lowest total against England - just 78 runs in 40.4 overs
For the seventh time in Test cricket, Anderson has dismissed Kohli - joint-most along with Australia's Nathan Lyon
India's first innings lasted just 40.4 overs as England took a lead of 42 runs after dismissing the visitors for 78 on Day 1 of the 3rd Test
Siraj, who played a key role in India's win at Lord's, was also targeted earlier this year when a section of Australian crowd at the SCG abused him and called names
Veteran pacer James Anderson (3/6) and Craig Overton (3/14) wreaked havoc as India were all out for paltry score
After James Anderson's 3/6, Haseeb Hameed (60) and Rory Burns (52) helped England take 42 runs lead. Catch the highlights of ENG vs IND third Test here
The third Test match between England and India at Headingley starts Wednesday (August 25). Here's a look at the summary of results and other key stats
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