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England beat India by 86 runs in the second ODI, level series 1-1

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15 July :-  England won the second one-day international by 86 runs in a three-match series at 1-1. Chasing England’s 322 runs, India could score 236 for ten. Suresh Raina (46) and Virat Kohli (45) gave India a record-breaking record. England’s Liam Plunkett took 4 wickets. There are two or two wickets in the name of David Wiley and Adil Rashid. England, who won the middle-order of the middle-order, and England’s victory with captain Eoin Morgan and David Willey on half-centuries. The third match of the series will be played on 17 July at Leeds.

England, with a strong ‘root’, have a solid 323-run target

London: England won the toss and elected to bat first in the second ODI at Lord’s. Jason Roy and Johnny Bairstow made the team strong. Once again, he was hit by Kuldeep Yadav’s spin. Both openers Kuldeep Singh, However, when Roote scored a staggering run, England made 322 runs in 7 innings. Skipper Eoin Morgan made useful half-century. Root scored a career-best 12th century. David Willie also made a fireworks. He scored 50 runs in 30 balls. He was bowled on the last ball.

– Jason Roy and Jonny Bairstow fluttering in 69 overs without being out in the 10 overs

England made 31 runs in five overs

Batting first, England won the toss and elected to bat

India, by virtue of winning the first match in the three-match series, has already taken lead 1-0. Today Virat’s attempt to capture the series by winning the second match of the series. England’s Jos Butler is likely to get a boost in the batting order from today’s match. He played his sixth game in the first match and played his 50th match and supported the spinners. The England bowlers failed to keep the Indian batsmen in check. In the first match, Virat-Rohit-Dhawan had a strong batting line-up. Looking at this performance, it seems that India can win the series 3-0. So, the world’s top ranked Indian may now be in the forefront. England won the toss and decided to bat first.

 

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