17 July :- Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan gave a slow start to the Indian team who were batting first on the invitation of England. The first over of the innings remained maiden. In the third over of the innings thrown by Wood, Dhawan has hit two boundaries. After 5 overs, Team India’s score was 12 runs without losing the wicket. In the last over, David Wiley brought his first breakthrough for England, he hit Rohit Sharma (2 runs) with Mark Wood on the backward square leg. New batsman Virat Kohli opened the account by opening the first ball on the ball. The Indian team’s score was slowing down a wicket early.
After 10 overs, Team India’s score was 32 for one wicket. In the 13th over of the innings, Dhawan celebrated Plunkett with three consecutive fours to celebrate the Indian fence Gave chance. In this over, 15 runs and Team India reached the score of 50. Dhawan also hit Ben Stokes in the 15th over of the innings. Team India scored 67 runs in the 17th over after 15 overs. Captain Kohli added two fours to Stokes. Dhawan (44 runs, 49 balls, seven fours) was run out in the last over of the innings when Dhawan and Kohli were set on the wicket. Team India’s 100 runs were completed in 19.5 overs. Captain Kohli was heading towards half-century. In the 24th over of the innings, he completed the half-century by placing the plunket in the square. He completed his 48th half-century of ODI career with the help of six fours in 55 balls. Indian fans were not even able to celebrate Kohli’s 50-run rehearsal that Dinesh Karthik’s wicket fell. Adil Rashid bowled him on 21 runs (22 balls, 3 fours) on his personal score. Dhoni replaced Dhoni for batting instead of Karthik. Team India’s score was 128 after losing two wickets after 25 overs.
The 26th over of the innings was bowled by Moin, with four runs. In the 27th over which was thrown by Rashid, Kohli scored 9 runs with a boundary. Team India’s 150 runs were completed in 29.2 overs with the help of Dhoni’s fours. Virat Kohli (71 runs, 72 balls, eight fours) got bowled on Adil Rashid’s ball in the 31st over of the innings. New batsman Raina got frustrated and he scored a run for Adil Rashid on the ball to catch the route. This was Rashid’s third wicket. In the next over, the umpire gave Dhoni the LBW out to the Moin’s ball but he was able to save by taking a review. Team India scored 176 runs after losing five wickets. Ridiculous Rashid made 49 in his 10 overs spell Riding on three wickets in the 39th over, Hardik Pandya (21) was caught by wicketkeeper Jos Buttler for Mark Wood. Team India was looking hard at losing six wickets before the 40th over. Team India’s score was 196 runs after losing six wickets. Tim India’s 200 runs were lost in 41.3 overs. After 45 overs the team India’s score was 217 by losing six wickets. Team India’s 200 runs were lost in 41.3 overs. Dhoni finally smashed 42 runs (66 balls, four fours) and was caught out of Butler’s wicket by Willy.
Wickets Fall: 13-1 (Rohit, 5.4), 84-2 (Dhawan, 17.4), 125-3 (Karthik, 24.2), 156-4 (Kohli, 30.1), 158-5 (Raina, 30.6), 194- 6 (Pandya, 38.2), 221-7 (Dhoni, 45.5)
The Indian team made three changes in the match. In place of KL Rahul, Dinesh Karthik, replaced by Umesh Yadav, instead of Shardul Thakur and Siddharth Kaul, Bhuvneshwar Kumar was given a place in the playing XI. England replaced James Vince in the playing eleven instead of Jason Roy.
The teams of both countries are as follows
India: Virat Kohli (Captain), Shikhar Dhawan, Rohit Sharma, Suresh Raina, Dinesh Karthik, Mahendra Singh Dhoni (wicketkeeper), Hardik Pandya, Kuldeep Yadav, Sharadul Thakur, Yuswendra Chahal and Bhuvneshwar Kumar.
England: Eoin Morgan (captain), James Vince, Johnny Bairstow, Joe Root, Ben Stokes, Jos Buttler, Moin Ali, David Wiley, Adil Rashid, Leoom Plunkett and Mark Wood.