IND vs ENG 3rd ODI- A nail-biting match finished after India’s victory –

IND vs ENG 3rd ODI- What a match from both sides

IND vs ENG 3rd ODI match happened a nail biting match, and India managed to won by 7 runs.
India dominated all three formats over England, winning the first Test series followed by the T20 series and now the ODI series.

Once again Kohli failed in the toss

In the third and final ODI match of the series once again, Virat Kohli’s luck did not show with the coin. In the last 8 matches, Virat Kohli has lost the toss 7 times. England’s captain Jos Buttler won the toss and choose bowl first.

India had a good start in this match compared to the first two matches

India’s start in the third ODI match was better than the first two ODI matches. India openers Shikhar Dhawan and Rohit Sharma had a strong 103-run partnership for the first wicket and set a foundation for India to score big.

But Rohit Sharma failed to score big scores despite getting a good start in the third match in a row like in the first two matches. Rohit Sharma scored 37 runs in 37 balls. After that Shikhar Dhawan looked good but he was also got by Adil Rashid.

India’s wickets fell in flakes

Shikhar Dhawan scored a brilliant 67 run in just 56 balls, making his second half-century of this series. Captain Virat Kohli, who scored half-centuries in the last two consecutive matches, looked silent in this match and was dismissed for only 7 run.

KL Rahul, who scored a century in the last match, also did not show up in this match and returned to the pavilion after scoring only 7 runs. Despite a good start, the Indian innings was completely staggered.

Pant and Hardik gave a new direction to India’s innings

Now India’s score was 157 at the loss of 4 wickets. And India needed a strong partnership, which was played by wicketkeepers Rishabh Pant and Hardik Pandya. A quick and important partnership of 99 runs for the fifth wicket between the two batsmen.

Rishabh Pant, batting in a explosive style, scored 78 runs in 62 balls with the help of 4 sixes and 5 fours. Shortly after this, Hardik Pandya also was also dismissed by 64 runs off 44 balls with the help of 4 sixes and 5 fours.

In the end, Krunal Pandya contributed 25 and Shardul Thakur contributed 30 runs. The entire innings of India was all out for a score of 329 runs in 48.2 overs. Mark Wood got the most 3 wickets from the side, while Adil Rashid also took 2 wickets.

England started loose according to the first two matches

Openers Jason Roy and Johnny Bairstow, who gave England a quick and century start in the first two matches, were once again in front, but this time the result went to the Indian side. In the first over, Jason Roy scored 3 fours in 5 balls off Bhuvneshwar Kumar.

But on the last ball, Bhuvi bowled out Jason Roy and made the last win to his name. Bhuvneshwar Kumar, who came to the second of his quota and third over of the team, also got the second wicket by LPW out off Johnny Bairstow. Thus, Bhuvneshwar Kumar gave India the initial setback with his swing bowling.

Ben Stokes and David Malan handled the innings after the failure of the England openers. The two shared a 40-run partnership for the third wicket. Ben Stokes became the victim of Natarajan for 35 runs.

First Bhuvi after Shardul break back bone of England’s inning

After Ben stokes, captain Jos Butler out for just 18 runs and LPW dismissed by Shardul Thakur. Livingstone came in to bat at number six. This was followed by a 60-run partnership for the fifth wicket between Livingstone and David Malan.

Lovingstone also became the victim of Shardul Thakur by scoring 36 runs. After completing 50 runs, Devid Malan was caught by Rohit Sharma at the ball of Shardul Thakur. Thakur broke the back of England’s middle order with three wickets in a row.

Sam Currun raised England’s hopes with a great performance

After this, Moin Ali contributed 29 runs for his team. Thus England were having small partnerships, so India was always ahead in this match. Sam Currun finally showed some good shots.

Even though England lost the match by 7 runs, but Sam Currun kept England in the match till the end, once it seemed that the England team would not be able to score 250 runs as well, Sam Currun made it and scored unbeaten 95 runs in just 83 balls.

England lost match but definitely won heart by Sam Currun. Needing 14 runs in the last over, England were bowled by Natarajan for just 6 runs and the nail-biting match managed to win India by 7 runs. From India, Shardul Thakur got 4 wickets, Bhuvneshwar Kumar got 3 and Natarajan got 1 wicket.

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