England posted a good total of 198 after being asked to bat in the final T20I against India at  County Ground, Bristol. Jason Roy led the England innings with his knock of 67 off 31. However, Indian bowlers did well to restrict England to go past 200. Hardik Pandya finished with figures 4-0-38-4. In the second innings, Rohit Sharma anchored the Indian innings with his unbeaten knock of 100 in 56 balls. He recorded his third T20I ton and joined the record of most centuries in the shortest format along with Colin Munro.

Jason Roy recorded joint second fastest 50 for England in 23 balls © Getty Images
Jason Roy recorded joint second fastest 50 for England in 23 balls © Getty Images
Siddarth Kaul dismissed Jos Buttler for 34 in the 8th over © Getty Images
Siddarth Kaul dismissed Jos Buttler for 34 in the 8th over © Getty Images
MS Dhoni became the first wicketkeeper to take 50 catches and also the first one to record 5 catches in a match © Getty Images
MS Dhoni became the first wicketkeeper to take 50 catches and also the first one to record 5 catches in a match © Getty Images
Rohit Sharma got his third T20I ton in just 56 balls © Getty Images
Rohit Sharma got his third T20I ton in just 56 balls © Getty Images
Virat Kohli missed his half-century by 7 runs © Getty Images
Virat Kohli missed his half-century by 7 runs © Getty Images
India comfortably won the match by 7 wickets and 8 balls to spare © Getty Images
India comfortably won the match by 7 wickets and 8 balls to spare © Getty Images
This is 8th T20I series victory for team India © Getty Images
This is 8th T20I series victory for team India © Getty Images

Brief Scores

England 198 for 9 in 20 overs [Jason Roy 67(34), Jos Buttler 34(21); Hardik Pandya 4-0-38-4] lose to India 201 for 3 in 18.4 overs [Rohit Sharma 100*(56), Virat Kohli 43(29); Chris Jordan 3.4-0-40-1] by 7 wickets.