Ollie Robinson completed a five-wicket haul as England thrashed India by an innings and 76 runs to win the third Test at Headingley on Saturday with more than a day to spare.
The hosts levelled the five-match series at 1-1 after India's 151-run win in the second Test at Lord's.
India's 278 all out, however, was 200 runs more than their woeful first innings of 78 -- made after captain Virat Kohli won the toss -- which saw England great James Anderson rip through the top order with 3-6.
From the moment Cheteshwar Pujara was lbw to Robinson without adding to his overnight 91, lbw playing no shot to Robinson, England were in complete command Saturday, with Kohli falling soon afterwards for 55 -- his first fifty of the series.
This Test was a personal triumph for Root, who top-scored with 121 in a total of 432 on his Yorkshire home ground.
The fourth Test at the Oval starts on Thursday.