England batsman Joe Root was controversially bowled out against India
The official at the eye of the storm, Indian Chettithody Shamshuddin, has retained his place for tomorrow's T20 decider despite England's protests.
Shamshuddin made three poor decisions on Sunday including a cruel, crucial lbw against Root in the last over when TV replays clearly showed the batsman had edged the ball into his pads.
England made an official complaint to match referee Andy Pycroft about Shamshuddin's display, but the final decision rests with the Indian board and they have stuck with their man.
Root refused to get into a war of words about the umpiring, saying: "I have no problem with him umpiring any of our future games.
Chettithody Shamshuddin has been called into question for his umpiring decisions in Nagpur
"As a player you're going to make mistakes and as an umpire you're going to do exactly the same. I don't think it would be right to single him out as a person at fault for that game.
"There were things in that game that we could have done better. We could have chased tighter and closer so we didn't have so much to do at the back end."
India seamer Jasprit Bumrah, man-of-the-match in Nagpur, added: "We don't focus too much on the decisions given by the umpire. Sometimes they are in your favour, sometimes in their favour. You have to move on."
But Root was adamant that technology needs to be embraced fully in the T20 format as it is in Test matches and one-day internationals.
Jasprit Bumrah celebrstes after India beat England by five runs in Nagpur
The decision review system (DRS) is not used for T20s because of concerns that each review takes too long in what is supposed to be a fast-paced form of the game.
"There were decisions throughout the game that went against us," said Root. "Is it time now for some sort of DRS in T20 cricket?
"I know you want to keep the speed of the game but the margins are so small that it's important to get the right decisions from the umpires.
"I don't know what's best for the game – I'm only offering an opinion. I can't speak on behalf of the rest of world cricket or even for the rest of my team but it's something I believe in and I'm sure there are others out there who will agree with me."
Root is hopeful that plenty of the game's bosses will agree with him when the International Cricket Council meet in Dubai this coming week.
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But more immediately he wants England to restore some pride after a brutal winter in India in which they have lost the Test series 4-0 and the one-day series 2-1.
He said: "We know what we have to do and playing under this pressure in front of an excitable crowd is great preparation for the Champions Trophy in the summer.
"It's been a very tough tour and India have played well but we have played some good cricket along the way too and it would be nice to finish with what we feel would be a deserved win."
England's memories of the Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bengaluru are mixed. Their most recent match here was a humiliating World Cup defeat in 2011 to Ireland but a week earlier they played out a thrilling tie against India in which Andrew Strauss made a century.
Opening bowler David Willey has still not recovered from his shoulder injury but paceman Liam Plunkett could replace Hampshire spinner Liam Dawson, whose two overs went for 20 in Nagpur.