"It's too many, last ten overs saw them score almost 110 runs which does hurt. It's very tough when you've got people like Dhoni at the end. You get exposed when you don't quite get the skills right," Cook was quoted by the PTI.
India relied on a brilliant all-round display to thrash England by an emphatic 127 runs in the second one-dayer here on Tuesday.
India first posted a competitive 285, riding on captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni's 72 and Ravindra Jadeja's 61, before the bowlers skittled out the visitors for a paltry 158 in just 36 overs to level the five-match series 1-1.