DANIELLE HAZELL recorded her best-ever bowling figures as England claimed a series-levelling eight-wicket win over India in the second One-Day International at Nagpur.

Hazell, who is from Durham, claimed the prize scalp of Indian star Mithali Raj as she posted figures of four for 32 to help England claim a comfortable success.

India opted to bat first, but were skittled in less than 38 overs, making just 133 as Hazell and Sophie Ecclestone, who also recorded career-best figures of four for 14, as well as adding a run-out, ran riot.

Smriti Mandhana's 42 and an unbeaten 26 from Deepti Sharma were the only batting contributions which reached double figures.

England openers Dani Wyatt and Tammy Beaumont put on 73 for the opening wicket, ensuring the chase would be nerve-free.

Wyatt fell three short of her half-century, stumped on the charge against Ekta Bisht, who also picked off Amy Jones for a duck.

Captain Heather Knight (26no) then joined Beaumont (39no) to finish the job with 21 overs remaining.