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India beat England by 10 wickets for the first time in ODI history

by Rishika Choudhury

Date & Time: Jul 13, 2022 12:00 PM

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India won the first ODI at Kennington Oval in London by chasing down a target of 111 in 18.4 overs without losing a wicket. This is the first time in ODI history that India has won by ten wickets over England, who scored their lowest total of 110 against India.

Indian pacers were throwing fireballs at England batters who appeared completely unconcerned about their bowling. In just 25.2 overs, England was bundled out for 110. The Indian pace bowling duo of Jasprit Bumrah (6/19 of 7.2 overs) and Mohammed Shami (3/31 of 7 overs) wreaked havoc, sharing nine wickets. Prasidh Krishna, a medium-pacer, also took one wicket.

Bumrah became the first Indian pacer to take six wickets in an ODI

Bumrah made history by becoming the first Indian pacer to take six wickets in an ODI in England. In his 7.2 overs, he took 6/19. He was named Player of the Match for his outstanding bowling performance.
India won the toss and elected to bowl first. The hosts were out with Jonny Bairstow and Jason Roy making their way to the centre. Jasprit Bumrah in the second over of the innings cleaned up Jason Roy for a duck in the fourth delivery. In the last delivery of the same over Joe Root was too sent home by the pacer as he made a thick outside edge and got caught behind. Next up in the fourth over Mohammad Shami cleans up Joe Root as Rishabh Pant takes a brilliant one-handed diving catch. The England innings were in shambles as Bumrah struck again and sent Jonny Bairstow in the sixth over and Liam Livingstone in the eighth.

Jos Buttler and Moen Ali tried to build a partnership but it didn’t last for long as Prasidh Krishna sent Ali away for 14 runs. Buttler scored the highest for England as he departed for 30 runs over Shami’s shorter delivery. Bumrah went on to bag 3 more wickets of David Wiley, Craig Overton and Brydon Carse as decimated England’s batting. England scored 110 runs in 25.2 overs.

India completed match in 18.4 overs

With 111 points to win, the Indian batting was merely a formality. The second innings was dominated by Indian openers Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan, who left no room for error. The Indian skipper scored a mesmerising half-century, with Dhawan at the other end. India completed the task in 18.4 overs. Shikhar bowled 31 of 54 deliveries while Rohit scored 76 runs in 58 balls.

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