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Kevin Pietersen's 53 off 39 balls led England to victory in the Twenty20 at Eden Gardens, their only win of the tour
Kevin Pietersen's 53 off 39 balls led England to victory in the Twenty20 at Eden Gardens, their only win of the tour © Getty Images
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Specials

    India reflect on whitewash

ESPNcricinfo Weekly: The hosts turn the tables on England, winning 5-0, as the teams approach the end of a long summer

    'A serious shortage of nous'

Switch Hit: England fail on the subcontinent again as India complete a spinning whitewash in the ODIs. Is it time for wholesale changes?

    England's cup of shame runs over

Andrew Miller: This latest drubbing in India is arguably a lower ebb than the ones before, and gives cause for concern for the future

    'Game is worthless if people don't watch'

Bowl at Boycs: Geoff Boycott on spectator fatigue and England's debacle in India

    Beware the euphoria of a whitewash

Think India have righted the wrongs of the summer in the home ODI series? Think again. By Sharda Ugra

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England in India ODI Series, 2011/12

England in India T20I Match, 2011/12

England tour of India, Oct 2011

One-Day Internationals

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Alastair Cook attempts to assess what went wrong for England in the final ODI against India

Chris Woakes took 2 for 30
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Kevin Pietersen hits one in the air
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Suresh Raina dropped Kevin Pietersen on 1
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Kevin Pietersen scored an aggressive half-century
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Alex Hales plays the reverse sweep
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Samit Patel hits through the off side
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Tour Results
India v England at Kolkata - Oct 29, 2011
England won by 6 wickets (with 8 balls remaining)
India v England at Kolkata - Oct 25, 2011
India won by 95 runs
India v England at Mumbai - Oct 23, 2011
India won by 6 wickets (with 59 balls remaining)
India v England at Mohali - Oct 20, 2011
India won by 5 wickets (with 4 balls remaining)
India v England at Delhi - Oct 17, 2011
India won by 8 wickets (with 80 balls remaining)
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