Team England's final medal of the 2018 Commonwealth Games went to Marcus Ellis and Chris Langridge in the men's doubles of the badminton.

The Olympic bronze medallists didn't have an easy route to the gold medal, having beaten the no.1 seeded pairing from Malaysia in the semi-final and dominating in the final against India, eventually winning 2-0.

They stormed past their opponents in the final in lonely 39 minutes, dispatching them in straight games winning 21-13 and 21-16 in the first and second games respectively.

Huddersfield-born Marcus Ellis has finished the Games with a total of three medals, with a mixed doubles silver and a mixed team bronze to his name, winning the silver with Lauren Smith only earlier on day 11. 

Surrey-born Langridge comes away with two medals, having been a pat of the mixed team that won bronze. 

Marcus said: “It would have been disheartening if I had to go home without a gold. I guess I have got the complete set now. I think we did deserved to win. We were the best pair on the day and I think under the circumstances today we performed very well. That just shows how resilient we can be.”

Chris said: "I’ve been waiting for this one. Last game … managed to get a gold. That was my main objective when I came here, to try and complete a set. Not as good as Marcus who did it in one Commonwealths. It took me two. I’m really pleased. The performances we put in this tournament, except the one hiccup in the team events against Malaysia, have been really good. Especially today. The pressure has been on us to win. We were the favourites on paper today. They were a great pair. They have beaten most of the top 10 recently. Today we composed ourselves and performed well. We are both so pleased to have one.”