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INDvENG: बुमराह के बाद रोहित ने बरपाया अपना कहर, इंग्लैंड के खिलाफ 10 विकेट से दर्ज की जीत

Jasprit Bumrah ruined with his career-best six wickets as India bundled England to 110 in the first ODI on Tuesday. Looking at the grass on the pitch, India won the throw and decided to bowl.

London. Jasprit Bumrah made chaos with a career-best six when India beat England by 10 wickets in the first ODI on Tuesday. When India saw the grass on the pitch, India won the draw and chose to bowl and the Indian fast bowlers led by Bumrah showed the right thing and beat England out by 110, their lowest score against India.

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Bumrah took six wickets for 19 runs in 7.2 overs. He became the first Indian fast bowler to take five or more wickets in an ODI in England. In response, captain Rohit Sharma scored undefeated 76 in 58 balls and Shikhar Dhawan scored 31 not out in 54 balls to help India 18. Won victory by 4 overs without losing any wicket. It took some time for Dhawan to get into the rhythm, but Rohit kept the crowd entertained by playing spectacular shots.

He hit Chris Overton for a six and a four. Dhawan, who could only score two runs in the first 17 balls, hit Reece Topley in two consecutive fours. Meanwhile, Rohit completed his half-century by hitting Bryden Chase in the third six of his innings. He also hit Chase in the fifth six of his innings, while Dhawan hit the winning four. In the past, the ball got a good turn and nail, which made Bumrah and Mohammed Shami look more dangerous.

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Shami took three wickets for 31 runs in seven overs. Jason Roy (0) lost his wicket in an attempt to tamper with Bumrah’s outgoing ball. Two balls later, the shapely Joe Root (0) was waiting for another inswinger, but Bumrah’s ball bounced off the stump and wicketkeeper Rishabh Pant took a simple catch. From the other end, Shami did not even allow Ben Stokes to open the account. Pant took his visible catch with one hand. Pant also took the catch of Jonny Bairstow in the same way who became Bumrah’s third victim after scoring seven runs. Bumrah quickly reduced England’s score to 26 for five when Liam Livingston (0) returned to the pavilion. England captain Jos Buttler scored the top scorer with 30 runs in 32 balls, but the wickets kept falling from the other end. Shami threw a short ball and forced Buttler to play a bad shot, which returned after being caught by deep square play England’s score at this point was 59 for seven.

David Willey (21 of 26 balls) and Bryson Kars (15 of 26 balls) put 35 runs on the ninth wicket to save England from being reduced to a hundred. The minimum score for England is 86, which was made against Australia in 2001. Bumrah ended his five-wicket halling for the second time in his ODI career by dismissing Kars.

Disclaimer:Prabhasakshi has not edited this news. This news has been published from the PTI language feed.





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