Bresnan scored 90 runs in the second innings as England piled up 544 in their second innings to set a world record target of 478 for India. Brensan then bowled a fiery spell picking up five for 48 to bowl out India for 158 runs at Trent Bridge.
But the man of the match was local boy Stuart Broad, whose fighting 64, helped England to recover from 124/8 to 221 in the first innings. Broad, who had a match haul of eight for 76, also bagged his maiden hat-trick to bowl out India for 288 in the first innings.
Image: England's Tim Bresnan, centre left, and Stuart Broad, centre right, walk from the pitch with teammates after their team's win over India on the fourth day of their cricket test match at Trent Bridge cricket ground, Nottingham, England, Monday Aug. 1, 2011.