WICKET! Moeen Ali is done in by the short ball from Ishant. He made 39. Eng 173-5. Big, big wicket. The stand between Moeen and Root was worth 101 runs.
And that is lunch too. Eng 173-5 -- they need 146 runs to win. India need 5 wickets.
This really is turning into a classic. As Shastri would say -- with two sessions to go, all fours results are still possible.
Time for the post-lunch session to begin. Matt Prior strides out. Can he play a Jadeja-like innings? Can he score some quick runs and take the pressure off England? Eng 173-5 after 76 overs. Target 319.
First over after lunch, 10 runs. Two magnificent pulls for four by Root. He looks like he never had a break. England 183-5 after 77 overs. They need another 136 runs with 5 wickets remaining.
Another four. Prior helps himself to a short, wide one from Ishant. Eng 187-5. They need 132 more to win.
Short and away. Ishant bowls another short ball, Prior goes for his shot, picks out the gap. The runs are flowing and England need 126 runs now. Eng 193-5.
20 runs in 2 overs and Dhoni turns to spin. The new ball will be a risk that Dhoni has to take. Dravid: "You gotta take the new ball, you gotta take wickets to win the match."
WICKET! Prior takes the bait, hits a short ball, straight to the fielder in the deep. Silly cricket, India won't mind at all. Eng 198-6
Atherton in the TV Comms says, "This might be the end of a rather significant England career."
Ben Stokes walks in. He hasn't scored a run in the series. The new ball is now due.
Ben Stoke in the middle and he has four close-in fielders around him. Nervous times for him. Eng 199-6.
WICKET! Ben Stokes is gone... again. His series so far: 0,0,0. Short ball does the trick again. Mis-timed pull, easily caught by Pujara. Ishant has 5-64. Eng 201-7.
Wonder what Root must be thinking... he has played sensibly... the others are just giving it away... Eng 201-7. India need 3 wickets to win.
WICKET! Root gone. Short ball. Again. Eng 201-8. Crazy. 4th wkt to short ball.
Wow. India's bowlers are bouncing out England. This is as crazy as it is fun. They can see the fielders in the deep but just keep playing the shots.
Four. Somehow. Ishant's short line of attack -- everything into the ribs -- has all the England batsmen in trouble. Broad isn't coping very well either. Eng 216-8.
WICKET! Short ball again. Ishant again. Broad didn't like it at all. Gloved it to Dhoni. This is almost game over. Ishant has 7 wkts now. Eng 216-9
Ishant's spell after lunch: 7-1-38-5. Stunning stuff. He now has innings figures of 7-71.
Dravid on Sharma: This has been one of the great spells by an Indian fast bowler overseas
WIN! India have won the match -- Jadeja runs out Anderson. India won by 95 runs. This is India's first win at Lord's since 1986. Sharma ended up with 7-74 in the second innings -- brilliant bowling... just back of a length and into the ribs. England couldn't cope with it.
Ganguly: India played with a lot of guts. They showed a lot of character. Lost the toss in difficult conditions and fought it out. Rahane was superb. This was like the India of 15 years ago... only the roles were reversed.
Cook: It's a tough defeat. Got to give India a lot of credit -- they have outbowled and outbatted us.
Cook: But this was a good toss to win and we didn't put the ball in the areas we would have liked to enough. India left the ball well. We created opportunities and didn't take them. That is kind of a theme for us.
Cook: Definitely an issue of confidence, getting over the finishing line. We haven't managed to do that. It is going to take a lot of determination to turn this around. The older guys aren't playing as well as their records suggest and this hurting us. I have to start scoring runs as well. That only happens with a lot of hard work.
Cook: Matt's out there to play for England. If he is desperate and wants to play, they he needs to come out and show that. I still think he is the best wicketkeeper-batsman in the country.
Cook: I am desperate to try and turn this around for England.
Cook: I have got an inner steel that I have got to keep drawing on. First of all, I have to start scoring runs and then I have to back myself -- a score will come. We have won a few games with me as captain, a few ODIs too.
Dhoni: I think we did the right things right. Memorable Test for us. Not a lot of players who had played outside India. The individuals rose up and took responsibility.
Dhoni: It was a crucial toss and I felt there was something for the fast bowlers. The openers and number three batsmen made them bowl a lot of overs. All those deliveries count. Looking at the batting department, I think everyone did very well and the tailenders are contributing.
Dhoni: I think we learnt from the 2011 tour that we need to stay in the game till the end of the third day.
Dhoni: Jadeja has to play that kind of innings. The more he plays, he will slowly turn into a fine batsman. Once he gets a little aggressive, he starts playing his shots much better.
Dhoni: The first session showed us that we have to be at our best. But we had to keep going and keep pushing ourselves. The over before lunch, Ishant was like he didn't want to bowl short. But I told him to go ahead and do it anyway. He got a wicket and then he kept doing it. He is our strike bowler at the moment.
Ishant Sharma is the man of the match for his brilliant 7-74.
Ishant: Obviously the way batsmen played in the first innings was tremendous and that gave us the confidence to come out and bowl at them in the second innings.
Ishant: Cricket is a great leveler. I kept believing in myself.
Ishant: All the wickets are not for me. It is for the captain. He told me, 'you are tall enough, you have to use the bouncer.'