England crashed to a resounding defeat - and their lowest ever T20 score - when India dismissed Stuart Broad's men for just 80 runs on Sunday.
Both teams had already qualified for the Super Eight stage of the ICC World Twenty20, which had to be a good thing for the English after seeing MS Dhoni's side amass 170 for 4 - Rohit Sharma hitting an unbeaten 55.
England crashed to a resounding defeat against India at the World Twenty20, luckily for England Both teams had already qualified for the Super Eight stage.
Gautam Gambhir looked good - but the gamble on inserting Irfan Pathan as a switch-hitter soon backfired.
Even without the recently departed 'old guard', there is still plenty of quality in this batting line-up.
Gambhir made 45 - Virat Kohli 40 and Rohit Sharma an unbeaten 55 as India totalled 170 for 4 in their 20 overs.
Some of the English fielding, though, was very sharp.
Only Craig Kieswetter provided any resistance as wickets tumbled with alarming regularity.
The introduction of the spinners quickly ended a horribly one-sided match.
After a year in the cricketing wilderness, Harbhajan Singh enjoyed a wonderful return.
Harbhajan eventually finished with figures of 4 for 12 off 4 overs.
England eventually all out inside 15 overs for 80 - their lowest-ever score in this format.
India beat England by 90 runs in T20 World CupMonday, September 24 2012