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IND vs ENG: India won by Rohit’s century, captured 6 consecutive series

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08 July :- 


Team India won the sixth consecutive series in T-20 International by defeating England by 7 wickets in the final and decisive match of the three-match T-20 series played in Bristol due to Rohit Sharma’s third T20 International century. . Batting first, the England team, losing 9 wickets in 20 overs, scored 198 runs and set a target of 199 for India to win the series and match against India. In reply, Team India lost 201 runs in 18.4 overs losing three wickets.


Batting first, the England team, losing 9 wickets in 20 overs, scored 198 runs and set a target of 199 for India to win the series and match against India. Jason Roy played an impressive 67-run knock on 31 balls from England. He made 4 fours and 7 sixes in his innings. For India, Hardik Pandya has made his name in the four overs with 38 runs in 4 overs.

Apart from Roy, Jos Buttler contributed 34, Alex 30, Johnny Besarsto 25 and Ben Stokes contributed 14 runs. For India, Star All player player Hardik Pandya picked up four wickets. This is the best bowling performance in Pandya’s T-20 International match. Apart from Pandya, Siddharth Kaul got two wickets, Deepak Chahar and Umesh Yadav took one wicket each.

Mahendra Singh Dhoni looked fantastic behind the wicket and took five catches. He is the first wicket taker to take five catches in a T20 International match. During this time he also became the first wicketkeeper to complete the half-century of the catches in this format.

England had scored 112 runs for two wickets in 10 overs, but after that they lost wickets at regular intervals, which affected the pace and did not allow India to cross 200 runs.

England started early on in the first over with 13 runs in the first over of Deepak Chahar, debutant in T20 International for India, out of which 12 came out from Butler’s bat. He got 3 fours in the first over. Umesh Yadav, who came in to bowl in the second over, also gave 10 runs.

The chase of stormy batting was such that England scored 51 runs in 5 overs. At that time Jos Buttler (26 runs) and Jason Roy (24 runs) were on the crease. In the Powerplay, England scored 73 runs without losing any wicket.

In the 8th over, Siddharth Kaul gave India the first breakthrough while bowling Jos Buttler. Jos Buttler returned to the pavilion after scoring 34, he hit 7 fours in his 21-ball innings.

In the 10th over, Deepak Chahar gave India a second success when he caught Jason Roy behind the wicket by Mahendra Singh Dhoni. Jason Roy returned to the pavilion with 67 runs. He made 4 fours and 7 sixes in his 31 balls.

In the 14th over, Hardik Pandya gave England two shocks. Earlier, he sent captain Eoin Morgan (6) caught by wicketkeeper Mahendra Singh Dhoni and sent the pavilion. After three balls, Pandya also hit Alex Hales (30 runs), caught by Dhoni for a fourth blow to England.

Pandya also took two wickets in the 18th over. He caught Ben Stokes (14) in the hands of Kohli and Bairstow in the hands of Dhoni. In these two, the Bayersta was over-dominated. There was no major partnership after this and England reached only 198 runs on nine wickets. England scored 39 runs in the last four overs while losing five wickets.

India won the toss and given England first bat

In this important match, Team India has won the toss and decided to bowl and invited the England team to bat first. There are two changes in Team India. Kuldeep Yadav and Bhuvneshwar Kumar have been replaced by Siddharth Kaul and Deepak Chahar in the playing XI. Fast bowler Deepak Chahar is making his debut in international cricket through this match. Apart from this, the route of the England team, Star Allrar Ben Stokes has been included in the playing eleven.

Team India to set up Twenty20 series win

The Indian team is on the threshold of winning the sixth consecutive series in T20 cricket. The debut coincided with the victory in the domestic series on New Zealand in November 2017. Since then, India has not lost a single T-20 series.

India:

Virat Kohli (captain), Shikhar Dhawan, Rohit Sharma, Lokesh Rahul, Suresh Raina, Mahendra Singh Dhoni (wicketkeeper), Yuswendra Chahal, Deepak Chahar, Hardik Pandya, Siddharth Kaul and Umesh Yadav

England:

Eoin Morgan (captain), Johnny Bairstow, Jake Ball, Ben Stokes, Jos Buttler (wicketkeeper), Alex Hales, Chris Jordan, Lion Plunkett, Adil Rashid, Jason Roy, David Wiley

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