Jaspreet Bamrah In the first ODI played in London on Tuesday, India gave a devastating display of fast bowling to get the best six wickets of their career to defeat England by 10 wickets. Bumrah finished with an enviable six for 19 in 7.2 overs when India bowled out England for 110, the lowest against the visitors, to choose to bowl in cloudy conditions. after the. Captain Rohit Sharma (76 not out 58) and شیکھر دھون (31 not out 54), playing his first competitive game since the IPL, took India home with an unbeaten 114 in 18.4 overs.
While Dhawan took time to come to terms with understanding, Rohit revived the crowd with some brilliant shots, including Craig Overton’s two front foot bridges that hit sixes and fours.
Dhawan, who was struggling to score 2 off 17 balls, went with a back-to-back boundary. Race basket. India always had a gust of wind to win, so the South could easily take it.
Rohit reached 50 with his third six of the innings, giving Bryden Chase an easy hook on a fine leg. Before Dhawan hit the winning boundary, he pulled Chase towards the end of the innings for his fifth maximum.
Earlier, in view of cloudy weather and grass on the pitch, India decided to field the opposition and the fast bowlers took full advantage of the situation.
Bumrah ended his dream of becoming the first Indian fast bowler to take five or more wickets in an ODI in England.
The ball was swinging and seaming at a good pace, making Bamrah and Mohammad Shami (3/31) all more deadly.
Jason RoyThe (0) struggle continued when he played a full and wide ball of Bumrah trying for a wide drive. Before Roy got his number, Bumrah had little idea of who was going to reach the heights.
Form them after two balls Joe Root (0) Another fast was expecting an in-swinger but Bumrah got one to get out of the off stump which took an edge in the way of the wicket keeper. رشبھ پنت Maiden over for double wicket.
The Syrians also came to the act from the other end and were surprised. Ben Stokes (0) With a back-of-length delivery that quickly retreated to take the inside edge and Pant made a brilliant catch with one hand.
It was a busy day for the Indian wicketkeeper who took his second one-handed catch to avoid danger. Johnny Barstow (7), Bumrah got his third wicket.
Bumrah soon scored 26 for five Liam Livingstone (0) Charged down the track to break the bowler’s rhythm but ended up playing around the yorker fast and swinging on the league stumps.
Captain of england Jose Butler (32 to 30) showed a positive intention to get his team out of the hole but played a lot considering the situation of the game.
Returning to the attack, the Syrians went for a short ball and Butler misused the moment to take a catch in the Deep Square League, leaving England at 59 for seven.
35 for the ninth wicket partnership between David Willie (21 for 26) and Bryson Cars (15 for 26) allowed England to cross their lowest total of 86 against Australia in 2001.
Bumrah returned to attack to take his second five wickets in ODI cricket. Not surprisingly, he reached the milestone with a yorker that was great for Cars.
Star batsman Virat Kohli Could not attend the opening match of the series due to back injury.
The second ODI of the three-match series will be played at Lord’s on Thursday.
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