(Note to readers: 'The Enemy Camp' will be the tongue-in-cheek name for Yahoo! Cricket's coverage of the English press during India's tour of England.)
James Anderson took five wickets on the last day of the Lord’s Test as England thrashed India by 196 runs to take a 1-0 lead in the four-Test series. Anderson’s performance capped off a brilliant teamwork by Andrew Strauss’s men, who also saw important contributions from Stuart Broad, Matt Prior, Jonathan Trott and man-of-the-match Kevin Pietersen.
Simon Hughes says Anderson is becoming a master of his art and England’s bowling performance at Lord’s was as complete as the one in Melbourne during the last Ashes series. Excerpts from his column in The Daily Telegraph -
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Jimmy Anderson was the star on Monday, but they all played their part. It was a Chinese water torture sort of approach, the drip, drip, drip of sustained perseverance administering a lingering death.
The bowlers changed ends, they went over the wicket, round the wicket,