India beat England by 7 runs to win the series 2–1.
India and England : It seems that the decision to bowl first after winning the toss did not go in England’s favor. However, the Indian team was all out before playing fifty overs.
India had set a target of 330 runs.
But captain Virat Kohli team had played a target of 330 runs in front of the visiting team after playing 48.2 overs.
Chasing the target, the team of wicketkeeper Captain Jose Butler could not recover since the initial shaking.
Openers Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan added 103 runs in the first wicket partnership.
The first blow to the hosts was on the fourth ball of the 15th over of the match when Rohit Sharma was bowled on the score of 37 runs.
After Rohit Sharma, captain Virat Kohli came to the crease. The second wicket partnership between Shikhar Dhawan and Virat Kohli did not last long.
Shikhar Dhawan scored 67 runs from 56 balls and bowled his catch to bowler Adil Rashid on the fourth ball of the 17th over. In the very next over after Dhawan’s departure, Moin showed Virat Kohli the path of the pavilion. Captain Kohli had scored only seven runs.
After Kohli, Rishabh Pant handled India’s innings. Pant remained the highest score from India. He scored 78 runs from 62 balls.
Mark Wood took the most wickets from England. He got Krunal Pandya and Shardul Thakur caught out, while the famous Krishna bowled on his ball.
Bowler Abdul Rashid took the wickets of Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan.
From England’s side, the first wicket partnership was just 14 runs.
England opener Jason Roy was bowl by Bhuvneshwar Kumar on the last ball of the first over of the second innings.
Bhuvneshwar Kumar’s next target was John Bairstow in the third over. Then England’s score was 28 runs on the loss of two wickets.
Only two England batsmen were able to touch the 50 mark. David Malan scored 50 off 50 balls. The highest score of 95 runs from England was made by Sam Kuran.