England have won the Second Test against India by 10 wickets, with Monty Panesar finishing with a career-best wicket haul of 11 for 210.
The tourists' series-levelling victory was achieved principally on the back of Kevin Pietersen and captain Alastair Cook's wonderful first-innings centuries on Sunday.
Starting the day needing just three wickets to finish off the hosts and made short work of it, with Harbhajan Singh, Zaheer Khan and Pragyan Ojha all falling cheaply.
That left England needing just 57 runs to complete a famous victory which openers Alastair Cook and Nick Compton swiftyly achievemed in under 10 overs.
The Third Test begins next Wednesday in Kolkata.