India's miserable tour of England ended without a win as the home side spanked them by six wickets under Duckworth-Lewis method in the rain-affected fifth and final One-Dayer with Rahul Dravid finishing his illustrious ODI career on a losing side.
Jonathan Bairstow made an impressive international debut to help England complete a taxing run chase and wrap up a 3-0 NatWest Series victory over India in Cardiff.
Earlier Virat Kohli (107) became the second Indian batsman to post a hundred against England in England.Kohli's knock is the highest by an Indian batsman against England in England, surpassing Sachin Tendulkar's 105 not out at Chester-le-Street on July 4, 2002.
Dravid, during the course of his innings, completed
Taking strong objection to Nasser Hussain's Donkey 'jibe', the BCCI has decided to take up the issue with the English Cricket Board and will demand an unconditional apology from the former England captain.
A perplexed Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni questioned the Decision Review System's accuracy after Rahul Dravid was controversially given out despite television replays not showing any edge off the bat during his side's first ODI against England in Chester-Le-Street.
A day after the proposed National Sports Bill was rejected by the cabinet, Sports Minister Ajay Maken today hit out at the BCCI saying he will not compromise on bringing BCCI and others under RTI. He also questioned the source of IPL funds.