Ian Bell hundred seals closing win

Sunday, 27 January 2013 - 18:55


Ian Bell struck an unbeaten 113 as England sealed a seven-wicket victory in the final one-day international, the series finishing 3-2 to India.

In the first international played at Dharamsala, Tim Bresnan twice struck in successive balls as India were 226 all out having been put in.

Suresh Raina (83), dropped on five and 61, made his fourth consecutive fifty.

But Bell shared in three fifty stands and made his first overseas ODI hundred as England won with 16 balls remaining.


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