In the end, it was quick. One manic session after lunch filled with short-pitched deliveries was all India needed to topple England and earn their first win at Lord's in 28 years. To really put things in perspective, it was just the sixth Test India have won in England. Ever. Here are some lessons from India's historic win at Lord's: For India to conquer the world again, they need Ishant to fire India's best recent period in Tests coincided with Zaheer Khan's best. They won everywhere under Kirsten and a large part of that was the manner in which Zaheer led the attack. Now, India needs Ishant Sharma to do the exact same thing. He has played 60 Tests and now has the experience to ensure that his brilliant match-winning performances are not just one-offs. For a while there, given the terror that he seemed to inspire, the England batsmen might well have thought that it was Mitchell Johnson and not Ishant running in at them. He started his spell three overs before lunch -- took Moeen Ali's wicket with the last ball before lunch and came back to finish England in a devastating spell that read: 8-1-41-5. It was stunning and it was what India will come to expect of him now. Bhuvi is brilliant, Shami has potential but Ishant has to be the leader. There is no way out now.