Kolkata - England sealed the third Test against India
by seven wickets early on the fifth day here on Sunday, taking a 2-1 lead
with one match remaining, reports the supersport.com website.
Chasing a lowly target of 41, the visitors
suffered a slight collapse as they lost Alastair Cook, Jonathan Trott and Kevin
Pietersen for just 8 runs.
But Ian Bell and Nick Compton saw them
through to the victory, Bell smashing a run-a-ball 28.
Earlier, India were dismissed for 247 in
the second over of the day.
James Anderson bowled Pragyan Ojha to wrap
up India's effort, finishing with 3-38.
Ravichandran Ashwin was the not-out batsman
with a well played 91.