Flintoff finishes with an emphatic thump that Harbhajan this time can't cut off. England reach 200 and save some pride, but it's India who march on
Handshakes all round, most notably between Flintoff and Yuvraj, who had something of a tete-a-tete during India's innings.
Yuvraj was the main man of the day with six sixes in a single over off Stuart Broad, to become the fourth man in senior cricket to achieve the feat, after Garry Sobers, Ravi Shastri and Herschelle Gibbs.
England are out of the World Twenty20, India have a chance to snatch the final semi-final slot, if they can see off South Africa tomorrow.
"I feel sorry for Stuart Broad, but it was only a matter of time before an over like that came around," says England's captain, Paul Collingwood. "It's disappointing to be knocked out, but we'll learn a lot from this."
"What Yuvi did was amazing for the team," says Dhoni. "We got a score that was next to impossible."
And here's what the main man has to say: "I just went in to slog," says Yuvraj. "With two overs to go, I just thought I'd use the crease and timed it well. In England I got hit for five sixes by Dimitri Mascarenhas, so I thought I had to take my chance."
As for his contretemps with Flintoff: "These things happen in international cricket. He's a great allrounder and, off the field, a good friend."
So that's that. India win by 18 runs - or three sixes - after a remarkable evening of batting. We've been Andrew Miller, Martin Williamson and Jenny Thompson. And it's been massive.
that's an incredible catch from Harbhajan on the long-on boundary! He reached up and back and plucked the six from thin air, inches inside the rope and right in front of the England dug-out! Risked life and limb and came up trumps!
that must be the lowest-key maximum of the day. Helped over deep midwicket, to a bare ripple of appreciation
down on one knee and slapped over the covers. Good, but not good enough
way down the leg-side but Dhoni does well to save four byes
back of a length, and clubbed down to long-off. It's all a bit futile now
massive intent, but not enough connection. Midwicket cleans up
And what do you know. England need 36 in an over! It's been done before ...
another wild swing, but to no great avail
makes room again and smeared into the covers, the shy comes in but misses
full and straight again, and a near-miss at the non-striker's end. A direct hit would have been out
Flintoff's getting and administering a bit of banter out there. Harbhajan sends down a low full toss, but it's not put away
full toss, almost follows Wright as he makes room. Cut to backward point
wide down leg and the ball scurries away for four. That'll help
down the track to meet a thigh-high leg-side full toss - and misses out
has a mow down the ground, nearly hits Flintoff at the non-striker's end
Luke Wright and Andrew Flintoff to attempt a miracle for England
moved outside off, went for a massive hoick over square leg, missed again. This time the bowler didn't. And that's comprehensively bowled
moved outside off, went for a massive hoick over square leg, missed
short and Shah swings towards his favourite midwicket boundary, but it's high on the bat and plops straight into the hands of the fielder! England lose another well-set batsman, and their predicament just gets worse
short, wide, Dhoni can't gather and the batsmen scamper two. That's a handy bonus
full and very nearly perfect. Yorker length and swings back in, just misses off stump as Shah backs away