Joe Root Hundred Humbles India in Dead Rubber
Joe Root celebrates his second ODI hundred, the first against India at Leeds on Friday. (All images are from AP and AFP)
Umesh Yadav, who replaced Dhawal Kulkarni in the playing XI, gave India the first breakthrough, removing the dangerous Alex Hales early. (All images are from AP and AFP)
Bhuvneshwar Kumar struck early again to account for Moeen Ali, who had been promoted to bat at number three, after an aggressive half-century in Birmingham.
Moeen Ali walks back disappointed after managing to score only nine runs in the fifth and final ODI at Leeds.
Alastair Cook was solid again even as England lost two early wickets.
Joe Root, whose place in the side was questioned by Boycott, replied in style, playing some cracking shots to bail England out of early trouble.
Root plays a nice-looking shot as England continued to pile on the runs despite two early setbacks.
Joe Root celebrates his second ODI hundred, the first against India at Leeds on Friday.
Root has been in phenomenal form this season and the young Yorksireman has enjoyed piling on the agony on India's bowlers.
Ashwin celebrates after removing the dangerous Eoin Morgan for 14.
Mohammed Shami was the pick of the Indian bowlers, finishing with 2/52, off his 10 overs.
Chasing 295, India were rocked early, when they lost the in-form Ajinkya Rahane for a duck in the first over of the innings, to James Anderson.
Virat Kohli looked good before falling to James Anderson yet again as India slipped to 25/2 off 7 overs, getting off to a disastrous start in pursuit of 295.
Shikhar Dhawan got off to a nice start and looked confident taking on England's new-ball attack
Moeen Ali failed with the bat but made up with the ball, picking up the crucial wickets of Dhawan and Raina.
Ambati Rayudu scored his second fifty of the series and looked good while he lasted. However, a poor shot brought about his downfall.
MS Dhoni was determined in his innings of 29 but the asking rate had gone up way too much even for the big-hitting Indian captain.
With Dhoni's departure, all of India's hopes were gone. England had started sensing a massive win.
Ben Stokes picked up three wickets to hasten India's defeat in the dead rubber.
Ravindra Jadeja smashed 87 to keep India a glimmer of hope, before falling to Steve Finn.
Jadeja and James Anderson shake hands after the Leeds ODI drew to an end.
India players pose after losing by 41 runs. However, the world champions took the series 3-1.