India vs England Match On Sunday
India 261/5 (42.1 overs)/50 overs)
India won by 5 wickets (47 balls in hand)
Man of the Match: Rishabh Pant (125 not out and 2 catches)
The best of the series: Hardik Pandya (100 runs and 6 wickets)
India vs England: India-England clashed in Sunday’s mega match at Old Trafford, Manchester. In the third match of the India-England series (India vs England 3rd ODI), Team India defeated England by 2-1 in a stunning all-round performance to pocket the series. Courtesy Hardik Pandya’s all-around performance and Rishabh Pant’s match-winning century.
India won the toss and decided to bowl first. England was bowled out for 259 runs courtesy of Hardik and Yuzvendra Chahal. That too in 45.5 overs. The English could not bat the entire innings. India could not play Jasprit Bumrah due to back strain. Mohammed Siraj played instead of him. On this day, Pandya took four wickets and Chahal took three wickets. Siraj took two wickets and Ravindra Jadeja took one wicket.
On this day, Jason Roy and Jonny Bairstow came down to open. England lost their first wicket in the second over. Bairstow walks back to Siraj for no runs. Then the English lost three more wickets for 74 runs. Siraj fell victim to Joe Root (0) for three. Roy (41 off 31) was picked up by Pandya. Devastating Ben Stokes played an innings of 29 runs off 27 balls and was caught by Pandya.
Buttler dropped to five and Moeen Ali who came to bat at six did the work of disaster management. They added 75 runs from 84 balls. Moin Ali returned with 34 runs off 44 balls, caught by Panth behind the wicket off Jadeja. Captain Butler got out after playing an innings of 60 runs off 80 balls. He was a victim of Pandya. The maximum runs for England came from the bat of Captain Butler. Then Liam Livingstone (27), David Willey (18), and Craig Overton (32) tried their best to take the team’s run past 250.
Chasing this run, India lost four wickets (Rohit 17, Shikhar Dhawan 1, Virat Kohli 17, and Suryakumar Yadav 16) for 72 runs. From here Panth and Pandya became the saviors of India. 133 runs were scored on the scoreboard from 115 balls. Pandya played a match-saving inning of 71 runs off 55 balls. Panth played an unbeaten inning of 125 runs off 113 balls. With 16 fours and 2 sixes, India’s number one wicketkeeper-batsman across all three formats. Once again explains that today he is essential for the team in white and red ball cricket! Panth, who has tasted five centuries in Tests, scored the first one-day international century of his career today.
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