Richard Gleason, who played his debut match, took wickets from captain Rohit Sharma, former captain Virat Kohli and Rishabh Pant within four balls and pushed India on the back foot, but on the basis of aggressive batting in the last overs by all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja, the team defeated England. He scored 170 runs for eight wickets in the second T20I mod
India have won the second T20 match against England due to the bowlers. When Team India chose to strike after losing the throw, Team India had scored 170 runs for 8 wickets and England needed 171 runs to win. But the Indian bowlers held the lead over England right from the start and performed brilliantly. This was the reason why India beat England by 49 races. Veteran bowler Bhuvneshwar Kumar took both of the initial wickets for India. Jos Buttler, who was in excellent form during the IPL, also could not do much in this match and was sent off in 4 runs. At the same time, Bhuneshwar Kumar got Jason Roy caught by Rohit Sharma on the very first ball of the inning. After this, David Milan and Liam Livingston certainly tried to form a partnership. But Bumrah broke it. India’s bowlers performed excellently in today’s match. Bhuvneshwar Kumar took 3 wickets while bowling brilliantly while Jasprit Bumrah also took 2 wickets. Yuzvendra Chahal also got two wickets on his account. While Hardik Pandya got a wicket. With this victory, India took an unassailable 2-0 lead in the triathlon series.
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Formerly Richard Gleason, who played his debut match, took wickets of captain Rohit Sharma, former captain Virat Kohli and Rishabh Pant within four balls and pushed India on the back foot, but given the all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja’s aggressive batting in the last overs, the team he scored 170 for eight in the second T20I against England. For England, experienced Chris Jordan took four wickets for 27 runs in four overs, but the 34-year-old Gleason impressed more in his first international, conceding just 15 runs in four overs and taking three crucial wickets. Jadeja, who returned to the team for India, scored 46 runs in an undefeated 29-ball battle, occupied by five fours. Rohit Sharma made 31 in 20 balls using three fours and two sixes and Rishabh Pant made 26 runs in 15 balls using four fours and one six. Wicketkeeper Pant opened the inning for India along with captain Rohit. In the first over of the inning, David Malan dropped the Rohits catch on the fourth ball by David Willey, and the Indian captain sprinkled salt on the surf by hitting a six from the last ball in the overflow. He again welcomed the bowler in the third over of the inning with a six, while Pant hit two fours in the same over. Both then struck fours against Moeen Ali.
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Gleason, who came to bowl in the fifth over, was also welcomed by Rohit with a four, but this bowler took the first wicket of his international career by getting the Indian captain caught by wicketkeeper Jos Buttler. They thus ended the Rohit and Pants 49-race partnership. Pant then struck a six and a four against Moeen in the sixth over, taking India’s score to 61 for one in the powerplay. Gleason passes former captain Virat Kohli (1 run) and Pant off with the first two balls in his next over. This way he took three wickets in four balls. Suryakumar Yadav and all-rounder Hardik Pandya, who scored half a century in the previous match, struck after that, but after giving time for both folds, he returned to the pavilion in the 11th over after being rejected by Chris Jordan . Suryakumar made 15 of 11 balls, while Hardik scored 12 runs in 15 balls. Now India’s score was five for 89 runs in 11 overs. After falling for two consecutive wickets, the Indian team was at the back foot, but Ravindra Jadeja kept the team’s run-rate by hitting fours in the middle. He got good support from Dinesh Karthik, but in the 16th over, Karthik was run out after scoring 12 runs in 17 balls. But Jadeja and Harshal Patel beat a four each in Livingstones over. Harshal struck a six against Jordan in the 17th over, but he caught Gleason on the next ball. He scored 13 runs in six balls. Jadeja then took the team’s score to 170 by hitting a four each in the 19th and 20th overs. India leads the series by three matches 1-0 after winning the first T20I.