Nottingham: Just after India's 319-run defeat at Trent Bridge, a strong emotion of humiliation, if you are an Indian, has engulfed the streets of Nottingham. Ex-cricketers at the ground, locals, shopkeepers and fruit vendors are all poking fun at the world champions.
This is arguably the lowest point Indian cricket has seen since their shocking exit from the 2007 World Cup in the Caribbean. The Indians didn't train on Tuesday, in an attempt to introspect over the debacle that was the Nottingham Test. (Also see: How India crumbled against England's pacers)
The only reprieve, if there is one, is the fact that people here are still talking about the controversial Ian Bell incident, and thus haven't got carried away with the possibility of dislodging India as the No 1 side at the end of the series.