Hosts now have an unassailable 3-1 lead in five-match series.
India took the five-match one-day international series a game early following a five-wicket win in the fourth game in Mohali.
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However, there was controversy when paceman Steven Finn dismissed Suresh Raina, only for the delivery to be called a dead ball because the Middlesex bowler’s knee had knocked over the stumps.
“Apparently the umps were pretty clear that they had told us that so I must have been deaf when I was listening to them.” “There was a little bit of confusion,” England captain Alastair Cook of the incident in the post-match ceremony.
“Apparently we had been told that because he knocked them over twice in one of the previous games he was a ‘serial offender’ and that he was going to get called straight away.
“In the heat of the moment I think a few of us might have forgotten that. Whether we’d been told that, I wasn’t entirely sure.
“You’ve got to clarify these things. I couldn’t remember the conversation but they’re convinced they had it and I’m going to have to take their word for it.
“Bowlers have knocked the stumps off before. It’s only because Finny did it a couple of times in that South Africa series that it’s happened.
“Finny’s bowled 60 balls today and he knocked them off once, so he’s probably bowled 61 with the dead ball.
“I know it’s a tough job for the umpires but it’s obviously frustrating because at that time that wicket would have put us in just a slightly better situation than we were.
“It’s obviously frustrating when those little things don’t go your way.”
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