India trounced England by an innings and 25 runs when at one stage the hosts were 121 for five but ended up taking a 160-run lead which proved to be match-winning.
India vs England: Virat Kohli says hosts' 'extremely strong' bench strength will help when transition happens
India's supremely talented bench strength has made skipper Virat Kohli quite confident that the team will have a relatively smooth ride when the transition period dawns upon it in the next few years.
India vs England: Even in the best conditions, England's worst conditioning weaknesses come to the fore on Day 1
Takeaways from Day 1 of the fourth Test between India and England, another one belonging firmly to India:
India vs England: Joe Root says Motera pitch was challenging, but doesn't hide that they were outplayed
Even as former England captains like Michael Vaughan and Andrew Strauss slammed the pitch after the third Test ended inside two days, skipper Joe Root was more circumspect and measured in his view of the pitch
On Day 1 of the 3rd Test, Axar Patel didn’t prey as much on the Motera pitch as he played with the minds of the visiting batsmen.
India vs England: Visitors' skipper Joe Root says they want to make WTC final, but don't want to look too far into future
With New Zealand already having secured their spot in the final, the race to play against them has boiled down to the result of the India-England Test series.
It has become apparent that a journey from Britain to Ahmedabad would involve more than one commercial flight, increasing the prospects of Curran's exposure to the coronavirus
India vs England: Shane Warne reminds Michael Vaughan how no one bothered about pitch when hosts were losing
Indian spinners, especially Ravichandran Ashwin, had the English batsmen on the ropes on the second day of the second match on a pitch that is offering the tweakers vicious turn and bounce.
India vs England: Rohit Sharma writes another chapter in his incredible home run to give hosts upper-hand on Day 1
On a Chepauk wicket markedly different from the one used for the first Test, with a five-day affair not a widespread expectation, Saturday morning's grabbing-of-the-horns by Rohit Sharma could prove to be the difference in the 2nd Test.
Virat Kohli says becoming a father is 'greatest moment of life', can't be compared to playing against Australia
"The connection with the team does not go away in any situation. Especially when you have given everything to the team. Especially when you have worked for the last six years on a daily basis to take Indian cricket on top," Kohli said.
The India cricket team is scheduled to tour England in August and September to play five Test matches, beginning with the opening game at Nottingham on 4 August.