Morgan clubs England to win

2012-12-22 19:46
Eoin Morgan (Gallo Images)
Mumbai - Eoin Morgan hit a six off the final ball to secure a six-wicket win for England in the second and final Twenty20 international against India in Mumbai on Saturday.

Scorecard: India v England, second Twenty20

Morgan was unbeaten on 49, having faced only 26 deliveries, having had to come to the visitors' rescue after the fall of opener Michael Lumb and Luke Wright within two overs.

VIDEO: India v England, second Twenty20

Earlier, India surged to 177/8 after a slow start.

Mahendra Singh Dhoni top-scored with 38 off 18 balls, and Suresh Raina finished not out on 35.

The pair got together when India was in trouble on 108/5, and added 60 runs in four overs to boosts the total.

Virat Kohli contributed 38 at the start of the innings.

Jade Derbach and Luke Wright took two wickets apiece, 2-37 and 2-38 respectively.

India and England shared the two-match series 1-1 after India's five-wicket win in Pune in the first match.

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