Sussex seamer Ollie Robinson grabbed his second international five-for as England beat India by an innings and 76 runs in the third test.

The 27-year-old took 5-65 from his 26 overs as India went from 215-2 to 278 all out as England levelled the series to make it 1-1.

His five dismisals included the key wickets of Cheteshwar Pujara, skipper Virat Kohli and Rishabh Pant.

Robinson seven wickets in the match saw him named as man of the match and he was delighted to pick up the five-for at Headingley where he started his professional career with Yorkshire.

He said: “To get a five-for at Headingley, where I started my professional career, is very special. 

“I enjoy bowling here and to bowl with Jimmy is an absolute honour. I learn from him every day.”

Robinson has now taken 23 wickets in four tests for England at an average of just 17 and skipper Joe Root hopes the Sussex bowler can continue to shine.

He said: “He has been exceptional the whole summer. He has asked good questions, not just with the new ball but backing it up afterwards.

"Long may it continue.”

The fourth test begins on Thursday where England will be hoping Robinson can continue to impress with the ball.