Taunton: In awe of the line-up he single-handedly annihilated, Somerset pacer Charl Willoughby warned England not to read too much into India's flop-show in the drawn practice match here as he was "plain lucky" to dismiss the visiting team's great batsmen.
"I was lucky there's no doubt about it. They played some shots they would not normally play in Test cricket. For example, you would not see Rahul (Dravid) play that kind of shot. The way (Amit) Mishra got out was plain luck. May be we were more up for the game, against a county side, may be they were not," said Willoughby, who took 6/76 against the Indians and practically all their top order batsmen, barring Sachin Tendulkar.
"They are going to bounce back. I don't think they would bat the way they batted here. They would be far more competitive. I don't think they would play like that again," he added.