"I feel India will wrap up the match before the 19th over".
Congratulating India on their win, Tendulkar further tweeted, "Perfect weather. ideal conditions and a flawless result for #TeamIndia".
The "Hitman" had a wonderful T20I series as he scored 137 runs in three games to become the highest run-getter in the series.
In-form Indian batsman KL Rahul has heaved a sigh of relief after finally breaking his chain of half-centuries with a sublime hundred against England in the opening T20 worldwide of the three-match series. KL Rahul followed suit, his inexperience telling after he went for a big one rather than opting to play out the pacers. However, not once did he panic and ultimately reached the milestone in the penultimate over of India's innings. He also stitched a valuable 89-run partnership with Virat Kohli (43). The duo stabilised the innings and accelerated their scoring rate further as they found the gap several times. "They chose which delivery they wanted to play or not play". However, they did come back strongly and won the third T20I by 3 wickets courtesy a Rohit Sharma special.
Rohit Sharma starred with the bat, as India thrashed England by seven wickets in the third T20I to win the three-match series 2-1. / AFP PHOTO / Ian KINGTON / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE.
Pandya took 4-38, his best figures in T20 cricket and MS Dhoni became the first player to take five catches in worldwide T20 and ran out Chris Jordan on the last ball of England's innings for good measure.
For England, it will be lower order batsman Alex Hales who remained unbeaten 58, Bairstow, opening pair Roy, Buttler and Eoin Morgan are the main part of the batting line-up.
England's leading Test wicket-taker James Anderson remarked that it was "not a day to be a bowler" as both sides made hay on a good pitch with short boundaries. Chahar then got his first global scalp with a slower delivery that the risky Roy flicked to Dhoni behind the stumps.
"The good thing about this generation of players is that we are backed to the hilt".
"I watched a bit more footage, worked with Merlyn and looked to play a bit more off the back foot and waited for him to float one up to hit a bit straighter, rather than cross bat like my dismissal the other night".
Leaving their previous mistakes behind, the English bowlers came accurate with the line and length as they struck at regular intervals to deny the visitors post a challenging total on batting-friendly wicket. "India never really got away from us, but we struggled to take wickets (during the chase)", said Morgan. India would be looking to continue its winning momentum in the ODI series, when they lock horns against England at the Trent Bridge in Nottingham on July 12.