England's rise to number one in the Test world rankings was built on team unity and a group of players performing regularly at standards they had previously not known. Their fall from grace saw the team spirit fractured and a collective dip in form in all departments. Their resurgence in Mumbai is the fruit of acts of individual brilliance.
Alastair Cook (339 runs at 113) has led from the front with his second century of the series — and his fourth in his four Tests as captain. Graeme Swann (12 wickets at 24.91) and Monty Panesar (10 at 19) have accepted the early Christmas presents gifted byRead More »from Kevin Pietersen: England’s finest