The Indian cricket team missed the chance to win its fourth Test series in the nation after a humiliating loss to England in the Edgbaston Test.
England achieved their highest-ever chase of 378 runs with little fuss to even the five-match series at 2-2 thanks to Jonny Bairstow and Joe Root, who have made chasing challenging goals in Test matches trendy.
The two top hitters stuck to their game plan as stand-in captain Jasprit Bumrah shocked England on the fourth afternoon.
England needed under 20 overs on the fifth day to get the last 119 runs.
Following the victory, the England Cricket Twitter account sent a sarcastic tweet mocking Virat Kohli.
There are two pictures next to each other. The first one had Bairstow in the background and Kohli putting his finger on his lips.
The other picture shows Kohli embracing Bairstow after the victory.
The images convey a tale. The third day of play in the Test match got underway with a heated discussion between Kohli and Bairstow.
The cameras saw Kohli approaching Bairstow and motioning for him to stand in his crease before the former India captain started making hand motions.
Then, he was observed motioning for Bairstow to be silent. The great Indian batsman approached Bairstow with a wide grin and seemed to give him a friendly punch on the arm after England skipper Ben Stokes was later spotted speaking with Kohli.
All those psychological tricks, however, did not affect Bairstow, who changed his strategy and struck 106 in the first innings before scoring an unbeaten 114 in the second to lead England to a historic victory.