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England beat India by 100 runs in the second ODI, Reece Topley converted the match with 6 wickets



England beat India by 100 runs in the second ODI

In the second ODI played at Lord’s, hosts England defeated team India by 100 runs. With this, the three-game series has come to a 1-1 draw. England had scored 246 runs after playing the first. In response, Rohit and company were only able to score 146 runs.

The hero of this England victory was fast bowler Reece Topley. He took 6 wickets for just 24 runs in his 9.5 overs with 2 dams. For the first time, Topley took five wickets in international cricket. Topley made Rohit Sharma, Shikhar Dhawan, Suryakumar Yadav, Mohammed Shami, Yuzvendra Chahal and the famous Krishna his prey. This is the best performance by an English bowler at Lord’s.

Chasing the target of 247 races, the Indian team did not get off to a good start. First Captain Rohit Sharma walked out without opening the account. After this Shikhar Dhawan also passed after scoring 9 runs. Then Rishabh Pant, who came to bat at number four, was also ruled out for nil.

Meanwhile, Virat Kohli, who was battling his bad form, hit three brilliant fours. The old image was visible in Kohli’s batting today. But he was caught behind the wicket on David Willey’s outbound ball for a career-high 16 runs.

After four wickets for 31 runs, Suryakumar Yadav and Hardik Pandya shared a 42-run partnership. Meanwhile, Surya made some great shots. However, he was fired after scoring 27 runs on 29 balls. Suryakumar hit a four and a six.

Following this, Hardik shared a 28-race partnership with Ravindra Jadeja. But he was caught in the process of playing a big shot. Hardik scored 29 runs on 44 balls with the help of two fours.

After this, Shami hit some big shots, but could only narrow the margin of defeat. Shami scored 23 runs with the help of a six and two fours. After this, Jadeja was also shot down by Livingstone. Jadeja scored 29 runs on 44 balls. He hit a four and a six.

Earlier, after losing the toss and opting to bat first, Jason Roy and Jonny Bairstow got the England team off to a flying start. Both added 41 runs for the first wicket in 8.5 overs. Roy was fired after scoring 23 runs on 33 balls. He hit 2 fours and a six.

Following this, Bairstow began to play aggressive cricket. However, in the total score of 72 runs, he was fired for playing a big hit against Chahal. Bairstow scored 38 runs on 38 balls with the help of 6 fours.

England’s innings failed as soon as Bairstow was sacked. Following this, Joe Root 11, Jos Buttler 04 and Ben Stokes 21 were also out. Liam Livingstone played some big shots after the five-wicket-for-102-run drop. However, Livingstone was also blindsided by Hardik’s ball in an attempt to roll a six. He scored 33 runs on 33 balls with the help of 2 fours and 2 sixes.

After falling 6 wickets for 148 runs, Moeen Ali and David Willey played strong shots and shared 62 runs for the 7th wicket. However, both batsmen failed to score half a century. Ali scored 47 runs on 64 balls with the help of 2 fours and 2 sixes. At the same time, Willie played an inning of 41 runs on 49 balls. During this, 2 fours and 2 sixes came off his bat.

Yuzvendra Chahal threw the best for India. The leg spinner took four wickets for 47 runs in 10 overs. At the same time Hardik Pandya also took two important pieces of land.



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