Joe Root dreams of England's second concealment 5-0 in India after the dominant victory

Joe Root admits he dreams of England securing a series of 5-0 tests on India

Joe Root admitted that he dreamed of a 5-0 victory in the series on India after England got rid of the tourists by one chance and 159 races in the second round in the Lord & # 39; s.

Root warned his team against complacency after four wickets each for Jimmy Anderson and Stuart Broad helped fire India by 130 in his second chance.

However, the captain knows that he will never have a better chance of completing what would be England's second concealment of England's 5-0, the first was in 1959.

Joe Root admits he dreams of England securing a series of 5-0 tests on India

Joe Root admits he dreams of England securing a series of 5-0 tests on India

He said: "That would be the dream, to put in five complete performances and have five victories, but it is important that we do not become complacent, arrogant or look too far.

"We are playing against the No 1 side in the world and they have some talented players."

The victory of the Lord of England came in the equivalent of less than two days of playing time against a team whose hitters are completely demoralized.

Root was full of praise for the performance of Chris Woakes, who scored an unbeaten 137 and took four wickets after replacing Ben Stokes.

The captain was also highly praised for the performance of Chris Woakes in the second test of defeat at Lord & # 39; s

The captain was also highly praised for the performance of Chris Woakes in the second test of defeat at Lord & # 39; s

The captain was also highly praised for the performance of Chris Woakes in the second test of defeat at Lord & # 39; s

"Ben's absence created an opportunity for Chris to come in and act," he said. "He was exceptional, and is an example for the guys on the edge of this team, when you have the chance, make it as difficult as possible to leave you out.

Woakes added: "Dialing 100 and going up on the board at Lord's is something that will stay with me forever." I wish I had drenched a little more, it went like a lightning bolt.

Meanwhile, India captain Virat Kohli, who could not replicate his own stellar form since the first test and did not receive any notable support with the bat, faced a terrible week.

Virat Kohli insists that conditions are not too harsh for India, which is 2-0 on the way to the Trento Bridge

Virat Kohli insists that conditions are not too harsh for India, which is 2-0 on the way to the Trento Bridge

Virat Kohli insists that conditions are not too harsh for India, which is 2-0 on the way to the Trento Bridge

"I'm not very proud of the way we play," he said. & # 39; I will not say that we did not get the best conditions. The English were implacable with the ball and pressed for credit to be assigned.

You can not come here and think that conditions are too difficult, because they really are not. It does not hide the fact that mistakes have been made, but we should definitely be better than that.

"You have to accept the conditions when they come to you, sometimes you get the touch of green, you also do it, and you have to accept that it's part of the game."

Kohli insisted he would be fit to play in Saturday's third test at Trent Bridge, despite aggravating a bad pass that hindered the race during the second inning of India.

"It's a low back problem, purely because of the workload and the amount of games played in recent years, I'm sure I'll be fine in five days."

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