Abinhav Mukund - 2: Lucky to escape a king pair and all at sea against the short ball as evidenced by his dismissal in the 2nd innings. The return of Virender Sehwag can't come quick enough for India.
Rahul Dravid - 9: His second successive hundred had put India in the driving seat before Broad's passable Ian Botham impersonation. Early dismissal in the 2nd innings made England unstoppable.
VVS Laxman - 7: Another unconverted fifty from the stylish Laxman before he was cleaned up by a pearler from Anderson second time around.
Sachin Tendulkar - 6: Dreadful shot to be dismissed in the 1st innings but looked in sublime form as India collapsed in the second innings. Still looking for that elusive 100th hundred.
Suresh Raina - 2: After his battling performance at Lord's, Raina really struggled against the short ball. Maybe that explained his soft dismissal in the 1st innings?
Yuvraj Singh - 6: Made the most of an early drop to form what looked like being a decisive partnership with Dravid before being the first victim of Broad's hat-trick. Another to fall to the short-ball in the 2nd innings.
MS Dhoni - 2: Full marks for his wonderful sporting gesture to recall Bell to the crease, but it couldn't hide some sloppy keeping, woeful captaincy and dreadful form with the bat.
Harbhajan Singh - 3: Another Test to forget for Harbhajan, who appears to be a fading force - even if injury didn't help. Lusty hitting in the 2nd innings delayed England's triumph by a few overs.
Praveen Kumar - 7: The pick of India's bowlers again and fully deserved his seven wickets. Has remarkable control of the ball, which more than compensates for his lack of pace.
Ishant Sharma - 6: Impressive in helpful conditions on day one, but less so in the 2nd innings when he went at nearly 4.5 runs per over.
Sreesanth - 6: Like Sharma, bowled well on day one and was rewarded with three wickets. Went at over five runs per over in the second though.
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