India v England: James Anderson says reverse swing was 'key'

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Reverse swing was key - Anderson

Jimmy Anderson reveals "reverse swing has been a key part of us doing well" following England's draw in the Fourth Test that secured a 2-1 series win over India.

The fast bowler believes short spells with the new ball also helped him on a flat wicket, saying bowling in short bursts enables him to "give it everything" and attack the Indian batsmen.

The series win is only the fourth time in history that England have won in India, and the first time since David Gower's tourists were triumphant in 1984-85.

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