Hit man and China Man joins for Magic; India got lead in ODI Series against England

India beat England by 8 wickets in the One Day International (ODI) at Trent Bridge here.

Rohit Sharma’s burning century (an unbeaten 137) helped India stroll to the triumph with almost 10 overs to save. He finished his century off only 82 balls.

Captain Virat Kohli scored 75 runs. The Kohli-Rohit team included 177 keeps running in 25.1 overs.

India pursued the objective of 269 in just 40.1 overs.

The win saw India take a 1-0 lead in a three-coordinate arrangement that proceeds at Lord’s on Saturday.

Before this, moderate left-arm chinaman Kuldeep Yadav’s six for 25 helped India bowl out England for a humble 268.

Requested that by Kohli bat to begin with, England began off well with the two openers Jason Roy (38) and Jonny Bairstow (38) furnishing England a solid begin with a 73-run opening stand.

In any case, the match before long turned in the support of India when Kuldeep Yadav was gotten the eleventh over. He delivered three wickets in progressive overs, dismantling the best request.

Yadav has now turned into the second chinaman bowler after Australia’s Brad Hogg to pick at least five wickets in an ODI.

Afterward, wicket guardian Jos Buttler (53) and all-rounder Ben Stokes (50) were among the best scorers.

Other than Kuldeep Yadav, pacer Umesh Yadav took two wickets while right arm wrist spinner Yuzverdra Chahal put a break to England captain Eoin Morgan inning.

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