England capitulated spectacularly on the final day of the fourth test, getting all out for a paltry 195 in their second innings as the home side romped home to win the five-match series 3-0 with a final test at Chennai still to play.
It was a historic win for Team India as no team has ever lost a match at the Wankhede Stadium after posting 400 or more in their first innings.
Yet, that is exactly what happened as India posted a mammoth total of 631 in reply to England's total, thanks mostly to the brilliant Virat Kohli and some classy knocks from Murali Vijay and Jayant Yadav.
India's captain fantastic, Kohli, got his third double century of the year, a majestic 235-run knock, completely taking the wind out of the English bowlers. Murali Vijay gave given India a good start with a score of 135 before Kohli combined well with Jayant Yadav (104) to really take the game away from the visitors.
England were under pressure in the second innings and except from the always-excellent Joe Root (74) and Jonny Bairstow (51) crumpled to ensure their most humiliating defeat of the ongoing series so far.
Kohli understandably got the man of the match award for his feat with the bat, but the likes of Ravichandran Aswhin (12 wickets overall) and Ravindra Jadeja (8 wickets overall) made vital contributions over the course of five days too.