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Englands captain Cook topped the scoring charts for the series, with 562 runs, while Kevin Pietersen and a fresh-faced Joe Root on debut were also in the runs.Before Wednesdays first Test between India and England in Rajkot - live on Sky Sports 2 from 3.30am - heres a look back at just how things unfolded four years ago...England succumb to spinFirst Test, Ahmedabad - India win by nine wickets Virender Sehwag smashed a scintillating hundred for India in the opening Test win over England Englands last trip to India didnt start too well for the tourists. Put bluntly, they were on the receiving end of a nine-wicket hammering. In what looked at the time to be a prophetic indication of how the series would pan out, India won the toss and batted first, amassing 521 first innings runs, then spinning England out twice.Virender Sehwag smashed a run-a-ball 117, and Cheteshwar Pujara (206) hit a classy double-hundred, as an England attack featuring just two spinners - one of which was Samit Patel - was obliterated. In stark contrast, Pragyan Ojha took 5-45 as England were skittled for 191, eight wickets falling to spin.The visitors - specifically Alastair Cook and Matt Prior - made a better fist of things following on, with Cook cracking an imperious 176 to trigger what would prove to be a sensational series for the skipper and Prior adding 91 of the 157-run stand between the pair. But set just 80 to win, India cruised to a comfortable victory.Montys 11 levels seriesSecond Test, Mumbai - England win by 10 wickets Monty Panesar returned to the England team for the second Test and starred with 11 wickets England learned their lesson. In came Monty Panesar to team up with Graeme Swann, and the pair combined for a staggering 19 of the 20 Indian wickets to fall to help secure a famous 10-wicket triumph in Mumbai to level the series.The solitary seamers wicket came with just the second ball of the Test - James Anderson trapping Gautam Gambhir lbw - and though Pujara (135) again showed his class, Panesar (5-129) and Swann (4-70) limited India to 327.Cook (122) hit another hundred, though he was second fiddle to an unforgettable 186 - off just 233 balls - from Kevin Pietersen as England earned an 86-run lead. Panesar then starred with 6-81 to finish with 11 for the Test as India suffered a humiliating collapse to 142 all out, leaving Cook and Nick Compton - in his second Test - to knock off the 57 runs required with ease.Captain Cooks Kolkata triumphThird Test, Kolkata - England win by seven wickets Alastair Cook was Englands top scorer on the 2012 tour with 562 runs, including three hundreds A Cook century for the third straight Test set England on the victory path again at Eden Gardens. The captains highest score of the tour of 190, coupled with a first Test fifty for Compton (57), and half centuries too for Jonathan Trott (87) and Pietersen (54) helped the visitors overturn Indias 316.Sachin Tendulkar (76) had seemed set to score a century for India in that first innings, only for Anderson to pick him up for the eighth time of a record-highest nine dismissals. Tendulkar would not score more than 13 in any other innings in the series.Staring down a 207-run deficit, Gambhir (40) and Sehwag (49) got the hosts off to a strong start, but India again collapsed dramatically, slipping from 86-0 to 159-8. Ravichandran Ashwins unbeaten 91 at least ensured England had to bat again, and though they lost three wickets in their first five overs, their 41-run target was swiftly achieved.Root in the runs on debutFourth Test, Nagpur - Match drawn Nick Compton (L) and Joe Root (R) both made their Test debuts on the 2012 India tour Leading 2-1 going into the final Test, England made the bold move of bringing in Joe Root for a Test debut in place of Patel. But as weve grown accustom to seeing since, Root looked anything but overawed by the international stage, striking 73 to joint top-score with Pietersen as England posted 330 batting first.With Anderson taking three wickets to help reduce India to 71-4 in reply, the visitors were seemingly cruising to a series victory. Up stepped Virat Kohli (103) and MS Dhoni (99); the pair combining for 198 runs to blunt the England attack, and help the host draw to within just four runs of their first innings total.With a tricky third innings in prospect, England hardly showed any nerves, with Trott (143) and Ian Bell (116no) striking sublime centuries as the visitors batted out 154 overs to earn a hard-fought draw and a stunning series victory. Watch all five Tests live on Sky Sports as Alastair Cooks side take on the No 1 side in the world. 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Except the ending, that is. "It helps to have LeBron James," Spoelstra said. James bailed out the play -- and delivered the eventual game-winner in the process. His jumper with 15.1 seconds left provided the final points, and the Heat rallied from 16 down in the second half to beat the Orlando Magic 101-99 on Saturday night. Dwyane Wade scored 27 points in his return to the lineup after missing two games to rest his knees, James added 22 and Chris Bosh had 15 for the Heat (10-3), who have won six straight. This marked the first time the Heat needed to rally in the final quarter. "I cleared out and he did the rest," Wade said of Miamis final offensive play. "He made an unbelievable shot." Glen Davis, playing for the first time since Jan. 30 because of a broken left foot, scored 20 points for the Magic, who fell to 0-5 on the road. 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"We know that they are a team that can get things going pretty quickly," Magic coach Jacque Vaughn said. Boshs jumper with 4:30 remaining put Miami up 89-88, and from there it got frantic to the end. James made a 3-pointer over Davis for another Heat lead with 3:47 left,, then took a charge against the burly power forward 19 seconds later, grimacing as he got off the hardwood. Orlando Brown Jr. Jersey. Miami led by four points on a pair of occasions, and the lead was three with just under a minute to play. Afflalo missed a 3-pointer that would have tied it, but Davis got the rebound, went into the lane, drew contact from Bosh and got a shot to fall. The free throw rattled and dropped with 37 seconds left, and the teams were tied at 99-all. Orlando didnt score again. "I wouldnt want to come back against no other team," said Davis, who got three stitches near his right eye after the game. "This was a great team to come back and play. Im just happy to be back no matter if were playing the NBA champs or were playing (the New Orleans) Pelicans or something, Im just happy to play basketball and show the world that I can contribute to a team. Im just happy Im back." James added nine rebounds and seven assists for the Heat, plus reached double figures for the 508th straight regular-season game, tying Kareem Abdul-Jabbar for the fifth-longest streak in NBA history. Moore had all his points in the second quarter, on 5 for 5 shooting, 4 for 4 from 3-point range. When Afflalo got a 3-pointer to rattle off the rim a couple times and finally fall with 7 seconds left in the half, the Magic owned a 55-39 lead to take into the intermission. By the time Orlando got its first points of the second half, that lead was largely gone. Miami opened with 10 straight points in the third quarter, with James hitting a pair of 3-pointers and Wade capping it all by going down the middle of the lane for a dunk. 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