London: India paid the price of thinking that preparing turning tracks would be enough to beat England in the just-concluded Test series as the visitors had better tweakers to exploit the dustbowls, feels former England captain Nasser Hussain.
India lost 1-2 against England in the four-match series that concluded with a draw yesterday in Nagpur, which was dominated by the Alastair Cook's men.
"India are not the side they were. If I was putting together a composite side from the two teams I would start by picking the whole England attack. England, for once, had better spinners than India in Indian conditions," Hussain wrote in his column for 'The Daily Mail'.