IND vs ENG ODI Highlights 2023: In the 29th match of the ODI World Cup 2023, India faced defending champions England.
IND vs ENG ODI Highlights 2023: In this match there was a fierce competition between the two teams. Although, England has not performed anything special in this World Cup so far, but on the day this team can defeat any team. This match was being played at Ekana Stadium in Lucknow.
India gave England a target of 230 runs
India gave England a target of 230 runs. Team India scored 229 runs after losing nine wickets in 50 overs. The Indian team is the only team which has not been all out so far in this World Cup.
England won the toss, decided to bowl first
In the match against India, England captain Jos Buttler won the toss and decided to bowl first. Butler did not make any changes in the playing-11. At the same time, Indian captain Rohit Sharma said that he would have chosen to bat first after winning the toss, because the team has performed well while chasing. In such a situation, the team wanted to challenge itself. Rohit did not make any changes in the playing 11. That means only Suryakumar Yadav and Shami were seen playing.
First over was maiden
David Willey did not give any runs in the first over. Rohit Sharma was on strike. Willey kept the entire ball outside the off stump. The fast bowlers were getting help from the pitch. Shubman came with Rohit for the opening. Willie’s first over was maiden.
Shubman opened account with fours
Shubman Gill opened Team India’s account by hitting a four off Chris Woakes in the second over. The first over was maiden. After two overs, India’s score was four runs without losing any wicket.
Rohit’s stormy batting
Willie’s first over was maiden and he compensated for it in Willie’s second over. In this over, India scored 18 runs including two sixes and one four from Rohit. After three overs, India’s score was 22 runs without losing any wicket.
First blow to India
India got its first blow at the score of 26 in the fourth over. Chris Woakes clean bowled Shubman Gill on the inswing ball. Shubman could score nine runs in 13 balls. It included a four. Virat Kohli had come to support Rohit.
After Shubman, Virat Kohli is also out
India got its first blow on 26. Now on the score of 27, Team India has suffered a second setback. Virat Kohli returned to the pavilion without opening his account. Kohli could not open the account with eight balls and was looking under pressure. While attempting a shot on the ninth ball, Virat was caught by Stokes. After seven overs, India’s score was 28 runs after losing two wickets. At present Shreyas Iyer and captain Rohit Sharma were at the crease.
Great bowling by England in powerplay
England bowled brilliantly in the powerplay i.e. the first 10 overs. He gave only 35 runs and took two wickets. Chris Woakes clean bowled Shubman Gill (9), while David Willey got Virat Kohli (0) caught by Stokes. At present Rohit Sharma was at the crease after scoring 24 runs in 30 balls and Shreyas Iyer after scoring two runs.
Third blow to India
India got its third blow at the score of 40 in the 12th over. Shreyas Iyer returned to the pavilion after scoring four runs in 16 balls. He got caught by Chris Woakes at the hands of Mark Wood. Shreyas was once again out on the short ball. This is his weakness and he has been out on this ball several times in a row in this tournament. Even against New Zealand, he was out on a short ball. Shreyas lost his wicket while trying to pull the short ball. After 12 overs, India’s score is 40 runs for three wickets. KL Rahul had come to support Rohit.
Lifeline to Rohit Sharma
Rohit Sharma got a lease of life in the 16th over. Mark Wood was bowling in this over. The fifth ball went straight and hit Rohit’s pad. Field umpire Adrian Holdstock declared out. Rohit used the decision review system on this. DRS replays showed that the ball was missing the leg stump. In such a situation, Rohit got the lease of life. Rohit took revenge by hitting a four on the very next ball i.e. the sixth ball of the 16th over. After 16 overs, India’s score was 55 runs for three wickets. At present, captain Rohit Sharma was at the crease after scoring 37 runs in 50 balls and KL Rahul had scored five runs.
Rohit-Rahul took over the innings
By now there was a partnership of 78 runs for the fourth wicket between Rohit Sharma and KL Rahul. Rohit was batting on 67 runs in 76 balls and KL Rahul was batting on 38 runs in 54 balls. After 28 overs, India’s score was 118 runs for three wickets.
India’s fourth wicket fell
India’s fourth wicket fell on the score of 131 runs. Lokesh Rahul was out after scoring 39 runs in 58 balls. David Willey got him caught by Jonny Bairstow. Now Suryakumar Yadav was at the crease with Rohit Sharma. India’s score after 31 overs was 137/4.
Rohit and Suryakumar at the crease
After 36 overs, India had scored 163 runs after losing four wickets. At present, captain Rohit Sharma was at the crease after scoring 87 runs in 99 balls and Suryakumar Yadav was at the crease after scoring 24 runs. By now there was a partnership of 32 runs between the two for the fifth wicket.
Rohit Sharma out
India suffered its fifth blow at the score of 164 in the 37th over. Captain Rohit Sharma was out after scoring 87 runs in 101 balls with the help of 10 fours and three sixes. He was caught by Adil Rashid at the hands of Livingstone. Rohit made a partnership of 33 runs with Suryakumar for the fifth wicket. After 37 overs, India’s score was 165 runs for five wickets. At present Ravindra Jadeja and Suryakumar Yadav were at the crease.
Sixth blow to India
India suffered its sixth blow at the score of 182 in the 41st over. Adil Rashid gave out LBW to Ravindra Jadeja. He could score eight runs in 13 balls. After 41 overs, India’s score was 183 runs losing six wickets. At present, Mohammed Shami had come to support Suryakumar Yadav.
Seventh blow to India
Seventh blow to India at the score of 183. Mark Wood got Mohammed Shami caught by Jos Buttler. He could score one run. Currently Jasprit Bumrah and Suryakumar Yadav were at the crease. After 42 overs, India’s score was 183 runs for seven wickets.
Eighth blow to India
India suffered its eighth blow at the score of 208 in the 47th over. Suryakumar Yadav missed the half-century. He was out after scoring 49 runs in 47 balls with the help of four fours and one six. He was caught by David Willey at the hands of Chris Woakes. After 47 overs, India’s score was 214 runs for eight wickets.
IND vs ENG: Both teams Playing 11
India: Rohit Sharma (captain), Shubman Gill, Virat Kohli, Shreyas Iyer, KL Rahul (wicketkeeper), Suryakumar Yadav, Ravindra Jadeja, Mohammed Siraj, Mohammed Shami, Jasprit Bumrah, Kuldeep Yadav.
England: Jonny Bairstow, Dawid Malan, Joe Root, Ben Stokes, Jos Buttler (c/wk), Liam Livingstone, Moeen Ali, Chris Woakes, David Willey, Adil Rashid, Mark Wood.