M.Chinnaswamy Stadium here at Bangalore brought good news, as Team India registered a huge 75 run win over the English team in the series decider game of the three T20 match series between India and England.With an average of 197 runs being scored on this pitch batting first in IPL, Team India registered a good score of 202 in 20 Overs with 6 wickets down. India won the series by 2-1.
Maiden fifty of former Captain MS Dhoni and and Suresh Raina’s stunning performance glittered with 5 sixes and 2 fours helped Team India to achieve a big total on the scoreboard.
Yuvraj came handy with a fast innings of 27 runs in just 10 balls with 3 sixes and a four.
India lost the initial momentum by the run-out of Captain and dismissal of K Rahul, but the trio of Dhoni, Yuvraj and T-20 Expert Raina made sure that run rate did not dropped down and on time to time pulled off boundaries and sixes to put on the pressure back on the bowlers.
In response to the target of 203 in 20 overs, the English Team didn’t had the starting very well as they lost the wicket of Billings in the second over itself. Joe Root and E Morgan raised the hopes of the English team in their innings of 42 and 40 runs respectively. Chahal dismissed Morgan on 3rd ball of the 14th over at a team score of 119, on the very next bowl he dismissed the dangerous becoming player Root on individual score of 42. After the falling down of these two wickets the English team collapsed like a deck of cards and gave away their 8 wickets in mere 8 runs and settled for 127 runs in 16.3 Overs.
Quick Summary And Facts
- Toss: England won the toss, elected to bowl first.
- Scores: India 202/6 (20 Overs), England 127/10 (16.3 Overs)
- Result: India won match by 75 runs, series by 2-1
- Player of The Match: Yujvendra Chahal (No Doubt in that)
- Venue: M.Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore
- Umpires: A Chaudhary & N Menon
SportsJoint Wishes Congratulations to Team India on a splendid series victory and and Chahal on his amazing bowling which helped Team India to gain victory over the English.
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