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IND vs. ENG Highlights: India Win 6th Straight Game by 100 Runs

IND vs. ENG CWC 2023 Highlights: The Indian squad captained by Rohit Sharma extended their incredible run in the current World Cup, defeating England in Lucknow on Sunday by a score of 100 runs. Rohit led the team from the front, scoring 87 runs off 101 balls to help India amass a competitive 221/9 on a challenging wicket. In retaliation, England was unable to stop the Indian assault led by Jasprit Bumrah. By 34.5 overs, the tourists were bowled out for 129.

In addition to Rohit, Suryakumar Yadav contributed a noteworthy 49 runs to the Indian innings’ last stretch. Mohammed Shami, who completed a fifer in the prior match, carried on from where he left off and delivered four blows over the course of seven overs. Along with Bumrah, who returned with impressive stats of 3/32, the spin tandem of Ravindra Jadeja and Kuldeep Yadav claimed three wickets. India leads the standings with 12 points after winning each of their last six games. With only one victory in six games, England is now in last place among the ten teams competing.

IND vs. ENG CWC 2023 Key Highlights

IND vs. ENG Highlights: India Win 6th Straight Game by 100 Runs

On Sunday, England won the toss and decided to put India in to bat first.

India’s Innings of IND vs. ENG CWC 2023

  1. Three wickets were taken by David Willey. Against India, Chris Woakes and Adil Rashid took two wickets in the opening inning.
  2. After a lacklustre performance, David Willey removed Virat Kohli for a nine-ball duck in the 6.5 overs (IND 27-2). India got off to a poor start, scoring just 35 runs in the opening powerplay.
  3. Shreyas Iyer was supposed to contribute significantly for India, but in the 11.5 overs, Woakes took him off, forcing the right-handed batsman to depart the crease for 4 runs (IND 40-3).
  4. India reached 100 runs in 24.6 overs after playing 150 balls.
  5. In 30.2 overs, Willey got rid of KL Rahul for 39 runs off of 58 balls.
  6. Adil Rashid got a major wicket in the game in the 36.5 overs, bowling out Rohit for 87 runs off of 101 balls.
  7. The ‘Men in Blue’ scored 145 runs on the second powerplay. Conversely, Jos Butler’s team claimed three wickets.
  8. In 40.3 overs, Rashid dismissed Ravindra Jadeja off the crease for 8 runs.
  9. Mohammed Shami, who only managed one run (IND 183–7) in the 42nd over, was also unable to remain still against the English pacers.
  10. India reached the 200 run milestone in the 46th over when Suryakumar Yadav hit a six over fine-leg.
  11. Willey got Suryakumar for a single run in the 46.2 overs, preventing him from reaching his half-century. This was unfortunate (IND 208-8).
  12. Jasprit Bumrah was removed in the final ball of the inning following a run out from Jos Buttler (IND 229-9).
  13. India scored 49 runs in the first inning’s third and final powerplay. Conversely, England claimed four wickets.
  14. Willey, who joined England’s bowling attack, conceded 45 runs and took three wickets in his ten-over performance.

England’s Innings

IND vs. ENG Highlights: India Win 6th Straight Game by 100 Runs

  1. England looked impressive in the opening four overs of the run chase, hitting 26 runs without conceding a wicket.
  2. They started to regularly lose wickets in the fifth over.
  3. First Wicket went to Bumrah, who returned a frightening-looking Dawid Malan for a score of 16.
  4. The very next ball, Bumrah removed Joe Root, sending him back for a duck. Shami also removed Ben Stokes, who toiled for ten balls, for a duck.
  5. Barely had the team reached 39 when Bairstow, who had been out in the middle since the beginning of the innings, became the fourth wicket to fall.
  6. England lost 4 wickets and scored 40 runs at the end of the first powerplay.
  7. England was reduced to 52/5 when Captain Jos Butler was clean bowled in the 15th over.
  8. After a brief 29-run partnership between Liam Livingstone and Moeen Ali, the latter was dismissed by Shami in the 24th over.
  9. England were 84/6 in 25 overs at this point in the innings.
  10. In the 29th over, Chris Woakes was dismissed by Ravindra Jadeja’s flighted delivery, demonstrating how swiftly the lower order was dispatched as well.
  11. The next man out was Livingstone, who was caught leg before wicket by Kuldeep in the thirty-first over. England lost eight wickets prior to reaching the 100-run threshold.
  12. In the 34th over, Shami finished with 4 wickets, removing Adil Rashid’s stumps.
  13. Bumrah took his third wicket in the subsequent over, clean bowling Mark Wood to end the contest.

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