India vs England, 3rd T20I: Suryakumar Yadav’s Century Goes In Vain As England Avoid Series Whitewash

India vs England, 3rd T20I: Suryakumar Yadav’s Century Goes In Vain As England Avoid Series Whitewash

Surya Kumar Yadav He gave a 360 degree master class on the way to the special century but England defeated India by 17 runs in the third T20 International on Sunday. داؤد ملان England scored a magnificent 77 off 39 balls as England ended India’s second string attack with 215 for seven. Suri Kumar (117 off 55 balls) kept India hunting with his brilliant effort but lacked the support of other batsmen in pursuit of the big target. India’s innings ended at 198 for nine in 20 overs.

India won the three-match series 2-1 in Southampton and Birmingham. India were on the back foot at the start of the run chase, struggling for 31 for three in five overs.

Opener Rohit Sharma (11) and رشبھ پنت (1) Cheap perished and this was another failure for him. Virat Kohli (11), who was caught on the cover trying to make the third consecutive hit after hitting a four and a six. David Willie.

Surya Kumar brought India back into the game with a partnership of 119 runs Shriyas Iyer (23 to 28) who were spectators of their partner’s outstanding performance for the most part of the partnership.

As he often does, Surya Kumar toyed with opposing bowlers and picked up his shots around the ground.

The highlight of his brilliant innings was the pacers’ two high square drives. Richard Gleason And Chris Jordan who went all the way for six.

He became the fifth Indian to score a century in T20 Internationals by opening the bat face and leading a low full toss on the fence between the backward point and the short third man.

His innings included 14 fours and half a dozen sixes.

Surya Kumar alone scored 66 off 30 balls before the partners were dismissed at the other end.

Earlier, Captain Jose Butler (18 off 9 balls) and Jason Roy (27 out of 26) helped England reach 52 for 1 in six overs. Malan and Liam Livingstone (29 not out 42) then set up a platform for a massive aggregate by sharing an interesting 84-run partnership.

After already making a name for themselves in the series, India rested their front line bowlers. Jaspreet Bamrahinform Bhuvneshwar Kumar And Yuzwinder ChahalIn addition to the star all-rounder Hardik Pandya.

The next generation of Indians was taken to the cleaners by England’s powerful batting line-up, which had disappointed them in the first two games. Ravi BishnoiTwo attempts for 30 runs in four overs was the only silver lining in the normal bowling performance.

Butler punished the inexperienced. Imran Malik During his short stay, India scored 17 runs in the opening over with two fours and a six.

اویش خان Butler with a slow ball that he played on the stumps.

After being caught on the ball by Malik, Malan changed gears and played the proper shots of cricket for which he is known.

He comfortably swept the spinners to the maximum and was fast on the bridge and cut against fast bowlers.

Out of five sixes, Milan’s slog was a clean sweep. Ravinder Jadeja Overs Square League and Pickup Shot Over Cow stood out for a low full toss by Owais on the corner.

As he often does, Livingstone hit sixes when he hit four of them at the same time. Harry Brooke (19 off) and Chris Jordan (11 out of 3) beat England by 200.

Livingstone came to life when it was dropped by Virat Kohli.

England scored 129 runs in the last 10 overs.


Malik leaked the most runs for India, which ended with one for 56 in four overs.

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