2nd T20I: Rohit Sharma’s India Clinch Another Series With Thumping 49-Run Win vs England

2nd T20I: Rohit Sharma’s India Clinch Another Series With Thumping 49-Run Win vs England

Thanks to Rohit Sharma’s impressive leadership and aggressive new style, India beat England by a total of 49 runs in the second T20 International to take an unbeaten 2-0 lead in the three-match series on Saturday. Batting first, India once again showed aggressive intent from start to finish as the new ‘batting all-rounder’ reached 170 for eight. Ravinder Jadeja After a sudden fall during the middle stage on a fast and bouncy track (46 not out off 29 balls). With the ball, Bhuvneshwar Kumar(3/15) The new rhythm found in the power play overs was brilliantly fulfilled by their expert duo. Jaspreet Bamrah (2/10) and Yuzvindra Chahal (2/10) as England’s innings was reduced to 121 runs in 17 overs.

If India’s batting has been very good in both the games, then bowling has only been brilliant with complete dominance in the power play.

Since he got the full-time captaincy, the Indian team under his leadership has not lost a single match so far. There have been three clean sweeps – New Zealand (3-0), West Indies (3-0), Sri Lanka (3-0) and currently the fourth match against England is imminent.

With three months left in the World Twenty20, Playing XI on Saturday hinted at what the batting order might be and its philosophy moving forward.

رشبھ پنتKa (26 off 15 balls) with captain Rohit (31 off 20 balls) as the opener is a welcome move where the team will not be cautious, at least in the power playovers.

Between the two, he hit seven fours and three sixes in the first six overs, a point that was missing during the last T20 World Cup.

The strategy is not to stop playing shots even if the wicket falls at one end. Virat Kohli (1 off 3 balls) felt the pressure of his teammates and the skier who came at the wrong time showed his frustration.

But the most impressive aspect came from 89 for five, as India still managed to reach 170, courtesy of Jadeja, who did not have a good time in T20 cricket, having a difficult time at CSK during the IPL, where They form lost and broken relationships.

With strong indications that he would leave CSK next year, Jadeja was playing with a free mind and it was clear that despite the wickets falling from the other end, his stroke play did not decrease as there was a sense of competition on the scoreboard. ۔ This.

The swing is back.
In a good Indian white ball team, Bhuvneshwar has always been a key component in the setup.

In the first game, it was Banana’s Anungar who defeated the rival captain. Jose Butler And on Saturday, a classic outswinger first appeared Jason Roy Edge on slip cord.

The cunning Bhuvneshwar then asked Pant to come to the stumps to stop Butler from charging and the result was a slow underage in the keeper’s glove.

Liam Livingstone (15) Bumrah’s slow off-cutter with a helmet cam fooled him, which took ages to retreat and knock the bulls.

Harry Brooke There were one or two boundaries but when Chahal tossed one he took the bat but it could not be implemented properly.

Moin Ali (35) made some shots but England lost wickets from time to time as Rohit used his bowlers brilliantly.


After taking three wickets, he took off Chahal and when Moin was trying to take the game away, he came in. Hardik PandyaWhich made it a success.

The team’s weakest bowling link Herschel Patel (1/34) was brought to an end when they were doing a good course to win the game.

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