India completed a series sweep over England in controversial circumstances after Charlie Dean was Mankaded for the last wicket in the final ODI.
India's decision to "Mankad" Charlie Dean at the non-striker's end secured a series sweep over England at Lord's, but was the dismissal within the spirit of the game?
Recap over-by-over updates from Lord's as England fell to defeat and a series sweep vs India's women, live on Sky Sports Cricket.
India take the ODI series whitewash with a controversial ending that resulted in Deepti Sharma Mankading Charlie Dean.
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