In its final group match, India beat England by a whopping 90 runs. Both the teams are already in the Super Eights.
England won the toss and preferred to field first. India posted a challenging 170 for four, riding on a well-made unbeaten 55 from Rohit Sharma and useful contributions from Gautam Gambhir (45) and Virat Kohli (40).
The two comeback bowlers, Harbhajan and Piyush Chawla, spun a web around the England batsmen to bowl them out for a paltry 80 in 14.4 overs as they accounted six wickets for 25 runs in the eight overs between them. Irfan Pathan also chipped in with 2 wickets.
Harbhajan had splendid figures of 4-12 with two wicket-maiden overs as England batsmen were totally clueless against the duo.
This was India’s biggest victory margin in terms of runs in any Twenty20 Internationals.