David Willey

In a fabulous all-around show, David Willey was maybe the difference between England getting a decent total/total and a commanding total. Strolling in at 239/6, Willey pounded/hammered the Indian death bowlers with some great shots down the ground. He made his maiden ODI Half-century in 30 balls and led England to a sizeable 322. With the ball, Willey had Shikhar Dhawan expelled early and wrapped up India’s run pursue/chase with the last wicket, completing with impressive figures of 2/48.


Once again the wickets, Liam Plunkett got 4/46 in his portion of overs, reliably crushing India’s endeavors/attempts to hook spirit into the Game. He had KL Rahul expelled for a duck courtesy an excellent catch from Jos Buttler at an opportune time to leave India at 60/3. Plunkett came back to break the MS Dhoni-Hardik Pandya remain by rejecting the all-rounder, and after that added to the previous’ wicket with a slower ball, guaranteeing there were no last minute hiccups.

Kuldeep Yadav

In spite of being on the higher side economy-wise, Kuldeep was once again essential in keeping India in the Game. He had Jonny Bairstow knocked down some pins with a very well googly to break an undermining/threatening opening Partnership. Kuldeep went ahead to expel Jason Roy and later Eoin Morgan, breaking a growing stand amongst Root and Morgan in the process.

Eoin Morgan

With Kuldeep once again threatening to grass shearer through England’s middle-over, Morgan stood his ground and gave Root some genuinely important company. He sewed together a century Partnership with Root, influencing his half-century at run a ball yet, in the end, tumbled to Kuldeep to off a mistimed from a loose delivery.


Suresh Raina

While his choice over Dinesh Karthik is debated about in each nook and corner of the nation, Raina endeavored/attempted to quiet it a touch with a created 46 out of 63 balls. Lifting India from No 5 after they had lost three wickets for 60, Raina remade the innings with Virat Kohli in a promising 80-run stand. He, notwithstanding, fell not long after Kohli, playing a misguided slog clear off a Rashid googly.

Virat Kohli

With India’s openers adapting an extreme disappointment, the onus was on Kohli to rally together the middle-order. The Indian captain appeared to be in his depression as he drained the knocking down some pins in the company of Raina, however, misjudged an off-break from Moeen Ali to miss the mark concerning a merited half-century. Looking back, his wicket maybe finished off India’s expectations of gunning down the high score.

Moeen Ali

Notwithstanding his insignificant effect in constrained overs cricket in a previous couple of months, Ali has looked great in the two games against India. He had been England’s solitary not too bad bowler at Trent Bridge three days back and today destroyed India’s expectations with the critical wicket of Kohli. Ali kept things tight playing pair with Rashid and ended the life out of India’s run chase.


Yuzvendra Chahal

With India’s bowlers, including Kuldeep, spilling runs, Yuzvendra Chahal stood his ground and influenced England to buckle down for their runs. The leg-spinner had been guilty of giving endlessly a couple of keeps running in a previous couple of matches, however, looked like it at Lord’s, going for 4.3 runs an over while whatever is left of India’s bowlers spilled at more than 6. He included the solitary scalp of Ali to complete on 1/43.

Jason Roy

The opening batsman was started up once more, proceeding with his fine form in the series with a 42-ball 40. Roy was helped by some free lines by the Indian bowlers and took full toll of it. With Bairstow, Roy made half-century a partnership, however, fell not long after his accomplice to leave England’s middle-order to battle it out against Kuldeep and Chahal.


Jonny Bairstow

Like Roy, Bairstow kickstarted his innings with a positive outlook, shooting 38 out of 31 balls to propel England to a conventional powerplay. Bairstow has been England’s assailant at the highest point of the request and remained consistent with the part at an early stage. Notwithstanding, the opener was swindled by Kuldeep’s googly and tumbled to a poor compass shot, misreading the turn of the ball.


Shikhar Dhawan

Dhawan has complemented Rohit Sharma to perfection with his capacity to begin off the innings at a decent strike rate. At Lord’s, the Delhiite by and slammed six fours on his approach to 36 in 30 balls. Exactly when it appeared like he would bear on in a similar vein, the southpaw sliced at a full Willey ball, hitting it straight to in reverse point.

Mark Wood

The additional zip and pace he produces make Wood a convenient bowler in this format of the game on helpful surfaces. Helped by the Lord’s incline/slope, Wood seemed to undermine/threatening in parts and represented the enormous fish, Rohit. The Indian opener ventured out to a shy of a length delivery and inside edged onto the stumps attributable to the new pace on the ball by Wood. He was utilized for only five overs and did his activity genuinely well.


MS Dhoni

Left to rescue India from the pit, MS Dhoni set aside his opportunity to settle in, expending 59 balls for his 37, by and by welcoming feedback for his approach. Dhoni hit only two limits at once the required run rate was taking off however with all due respect, India continued losing wickets at the opposite end. Pandya’s rejection implied Dhoni needed to go for his shots and a wild trudge off a Liam Plunkett slower ball went straight to deep midwicket.


Hardik Pandya

The Baroda every single rounder ha frequently addressed his faultfinders by telling exhibitions yet the one inquiry always raised against him is his capacity to contribute ten tolerable overs on a strong premise. Pandya gave 70 keeps running in his quantity of overs even though he prized out the unsafe Ben Stirs to even things out a touch. With the bat, Pandya appeared to be set to release an assault yet it never emerged as he edged Plunkett down the leg-side to leave for 21.


Ben Feeds

After his half-century at a strike rate of 50 at Trent Bridge, Feeds seemed, by all accounts, to be an out of a rush to get things moving and outside-edged a back of a length delivery from Pandya to the keeper. He came back to bowl five wicketless overs as England kept on attempting to remove the best out of the fluctuating all-rounder.

Jos Buttler

Buttler wasn’t given the leeway to have his way as Umesh Yadav’s new pace; bounce slant ended up being excessively for the wicket-keeper. Buttler went hard at the ball and edged through to the keeper with England searching for some late catalyst from him. The wicket-keeper gets away from the least rating courtesy a brilliant catch to send back Rahul.

Umesh Yadav

His capacity to produce development off the surface by and by turned out to be successful however Umesh neglected to make excellent utilization of it with his terrible line and length. He was everywhere from the get-go, enabling Roy and Bairstow to subside into a depression and loot him for runs. Surprisingly, Umesh came back to reject Buttler late in the innings to deny England a higher total.


Siddarth Kaul

The economy has been an outstanding issue for Siddarth Kaul appropriate from the IPL, and the pattern proceeded at Ruler’s as he went for 59 in his eight overs without figuring out how to get his name into the wickets section. As one of the two cutting edge seamers, Kaul must be more penetrative however neglected to do as such, enabling England to discharge weight effectively from his end.

KL Rahul

Rahul’s batting position was in question toward the beginning of the ODIs however after his two-ball duck from No 4, India may contemplate over his place in the XI. The swashbuckling batsman who had massive achievement in the IPL at the highest point of the request has neglected to adjust to his part in the middle-order and inside edged Plunkett to the keeper.

Rohit Sharma

While his frame in the series has been dismal, Rohit neglected to adjust to the surface and scratched his approach to 15 out of 26 balls. Hoping to hit out of inconvenience, Rohit exited to Wood, misreading the pace on the ball and inside edged onto the stumps to leave early.


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