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England washed India with 86 runs, the Root and Liam Plunkett were the heroes of the victory.

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London, In the second ODI played at Lord’s, England defeated India by 86 runs. England, after batting first, scored 322 runs, thanks to the strong (113) win. In reply, the Indian team could score 236 runs in allotted 50 overs in the last 50 overs. Suresh Raina (46) and Virat Kohli (45) were the best scorers for India.

For the hosts, Liam Plunkett hit 4 wickets, while David Wiley and Adil Rashid took two wickets each. Man of the match, who won the toss, was selected Man of the Match. Along with this, England equalized 1-1 in the three-match ODI series. The third and final match of the series will be played in Leeds on 17 July.

After the good start, Yun has fallen 3 wickets
The Indian team’s start to chase the target of 323 runs was a good start. Opener Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan added 49 runs in 8.2 overs for the first wicket. The first blow to Team India was in the form of Rohit, the centurion of the previous match. Mark Wood bowled on his personal score of 15 runs. Only 8 runs in the score was that Shikhar Dhawan (36 runs) was caught by David Wiley at Stokes’s hands. New batsman Lokesh Rahul (0) got the ball rolling down the team India.

Raina and Virat added 80 runs
Captain Virat Kohli and Suresh Raina started playing the game after the top-order batsmen were dismissed for a score of 60 runs. There was an 80-run partnership for the fourth wicket between the two. Virat was close to half-century that Moin Ali’s straight-legged ball hit the ball. He played 45 balls with the help of 2 fours in 56 balls. Soon after, Suresh Raina (46) also walked Adil Rashid made him bold.

Dhoni completes 10 thousand runs
India’s hopes were broken when the Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni got out after the hearty Pandya and the pavilion returned. While Hardik Pandya (21) was caught by Plunkett at the hands of Jos Buttler, Dhoni (37) was caught by Ben Stokes at the ball of Plunkett in the rotation of the six. During this, Dhoni completed 10 thousand runs in ODI career. England did not have any problem in dismissing Umesh Yadav (0), Siddharth Kaul (1) and Yuswendra Chahal (12). Kuldeep Yadav returned unbeaten on 8 runs.

The thrill of England innings
England, in the second ODI, set a target of 323 for the victory in the second ODI, thanks to half-century of the Century (113 not out), Eoin Morgan (53) and David Wiley (50). Root scored 8 fours and a six in 116 balls during his 12th Century career. After a good start in England, England could easily lose wickets in the middle overs, but the Indian team would be able to retain it within 300, but it could not happen. In the last over, David Wiley made a scintillating batting, scoring 50 runs off just 31 deliveries, to give the English team 322 runs on 7 wickets.

Jason Roy and Bairstow gave a strong start
Earlier, by winning the toss, the first team to go to bat was opened by opener Jason Roy and Johnny Bairstow to a tremendous start. Their stormy batting can be judged by the fact that the England team had completed 50 runs in 7.2 overs. The duo, who had taken 6 wickets in the last ODI, were dangerous, Kuldeep Yadav broke the 69-run mark on the team score. Kuldeep’s second ball, brought in as a change in the 11th over, became Johnny Bairstow Bold. He scored 38 runs in 31 balls with 5 fours and 1 six.

Kuldeep moves Jason after Bairstow
Even before the English team was in control, Kuldeep Yadav made Jason Roy on the first ball of his third innings and 14th over of the innings. Roy scored 40 runs off 42 balls with 4 fours and 1 six. This wicket dropped on the team score of 86 runs. After that England’s run-rate slowed down. Where 50 runs were completed only in the 7th over, it took 16 overs to reach 100 runs.

Root-Morgan completes Fifty
After that, Eoin Morgan and Joe Root shared a 103-run partnership for the third wicket to cross England’s score of 150 runs. During this, Captain Eoin Morgan completed his half century. However, shortly after completing Fifty, Morgan (53 runs, 51 balls, 4 fours, 1 six) were caught out in the hands of Shikhar Dhawan at the boundary to apply the six. This wicket also fell into Kuldeep’s account of 189 runs on the team score.

Stokes, Butler, Moin Ali’s Not in the form
New batsman Ben Stokes (5) was caught by Hardik Pandya at Dhoni’s hands. Jos Buttler and Moin Ali, running in the form, could not do anything special. Umesh Yadav caught Butler (4) in the hands of Dhoni, Rohit Sharma hit a fine catch from Moin Ali (13) at Yuvraj’s ball. Along with Butler’s catches, Dhoni completed 300 catches in ODIs. He is the first Indian and the fourth wicketkeeper to do this.

David Wiley’s Hurricane Half Century
After Ali’s dismissal, David Wiley, who came on the field, started the stormy batting and scored 50 runs in just 30 balls. He hit 5 fours and a six in 31 balls. There was a partnership of 83 runs between them and Century Root. David Wiley was run out on the last ball of the innings. For India Kuldeep Yadav got 3 wickets, while Umesh Yadav, Hardik Pandya and Yuzuvendra Chahal got 1-1.