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England vs India - 2nd ODI

Series: India tour of England, 2018
Venue: Lord's, London
Date & Time: 14 July 2018

India 236/10 (50 Ovs) RR: 4.72 | England won by 86 runs

FULL SCORECARD

Batsman R B 4s 6s
Rohit Sharma bowled Mark Woodbowled Mark Wood152620
Shikhar Dhawan c Stokes & b Willeyc Stokes & b Willey363060
Virat Kohli lbw Moeenlbw Moeen455620
Lokesh Rahul c Jos Buttler & b Plunkettc Jos Buttler & b Plunkett0200
Suresh Raina bowled Adil Rashidbowled Adil Rashid466310
MS Dhoni c Stokes & b Plunkettc Stokes & b Plunkett375920
Hardik Pandya c Jos Buttler & b Plunkettc Jos Buttler & b Plunkett212210
Umesh Yadav stumped Adil Rashidstumped Adil Rashid0200
Kuldeep Yadav Not OutNot Out82600
Siddarth Kaul lbw Plunkettlbw Plunkett1200
Yuzvendra Chahal c Stokes & b Willeyc Stokes & b Willey121220
Extras 15 (b 0, lb 2, w 13, nb 0)
Total 236 (10 Wkts, 50 Ov)
Fall of Wickets
49-1 (Rohit Sharma,8.2), 57-2 (Shikhar Dhawan,9.6), 60-3 (Lokesh Rahul,10.5), 140-4 (Virat Kohli,26.6), 154-5 (Suresh Raina,31.1), 191-6 (Hardik Pandya,38.6), 192-7 (Umesh Yadav,39.3), 215-8 (MS Dhoni,46.1), 217-9 (Siddarth Kaul,46.4), 236-10 (Yuzvendra Chahal,49.6),
BowlingO M R WEcon
Mark Wood5 0 31 1 6.20
David Willey10 0 48 2 4.80
Liam Plunkett10 1 46 4 4.60
Ben Stokes5 0 29 0 5.80
Moeen Ali10 0 42 1 4.20
Adil Rashid10 0 38 2 3.80
Jason Roy0 0 0 0 0
Jonny Bairstow0 0 0 0 0
Joe Root0 0 0 0 0
Eoin Morgan0 0 0 0 0
Jos Buttler0 0 0 0 0

commentary

We have a decider then, much like we did in the T20Is. England were dominant today and have roared back in style. It shall be interesting to see how India react to this defeat in terms of team changes and tactics. The hosts definitely have the momentum but knowing India, we could be in for a humdinger at Headingley. Do join us for that one. Until then, this is Hariprasad Sadanandan signing off on behalf of my mates Akshay Maanay, Nikhil Jadhav, MS Ramakrishnan, Sagar Chawla and our scorer Mukesh Gowda. Cheers!

Root, Man of the Match: (On getting back to form) I've always felt good this summer in practice, have done the right things and tried not to over-confuse things. Thankfully, it came off well today. (On England's problem of plenty forcing him into a hole) It's a good problem to have, isn't it? The way we have played is excellent over the last few years and it's nice to contribute. Important thing is that we are playing well and guys in front of me are doing well. It's been fabulous to be a part of this time. Throughout this game, we set it up nicely, David at the end and Morgan, also the start we got. We bowled well, even if we got the better of the conditions but it was outstanding. We were ruthless and that's what you need to be against a team like India. You've seen that we learnt from our mistakes in the T20I series and we've done that today as well. He (Kuldeep) did take wickets but we tried to ensure that he didn't just bowl at us. Tried to rotate strike. It's important in ODI cricket to stay on top and see that no one bowler is allowed to dominate in his 10 overs.

Morgan: I thought we bounced back really well, similar to the T20I series. Learned from the first game and improved. Challenges against spin on a similar surface, if not a tougher one. Joe was excellent and the boys upfront were good too. The bowlers put on a clinical performance as well. Well, it worked out (the decision to bat). It's my home ground and it's good that it paid off. I would have done it on any other game. (On Root's class on tough pitches) The way he accumulates an innings and sets up the backbone of our innings. He's the glue of our batting. (On Willey's cameo) His batting has progressed this summer and it has had an effect on his bowling as well. His approach with the ball against top batsmen early on was impressive as well. Hopefully it (the decider) should be (a cracker). It's a ground we enjoy playing at, we get great support there. Hopefully we can produce a performance closer to today's and hopefully it turns out to be a great game of cricket.

(2/2) (On MS' innings) This thing comes up whenever he (Dhoni) isn't able to play the way he wants. People just wait to jump on him. When it works, they call him the best finisher and if it doesn't, they jump on him. Today was a bad day for all of us, not just him. He is experienced and the idea was to take it deep. You don't want to lose by 150-160 runs. (On bouncing back from defeats on this tour) Yes, the series is really well poised. Even after Cardiff, we remained calm and bounced back. We expect a team like England to bounce back.

Kohli: (1/2) (On the loss) I think we started off well with the bat, it was a really good wicket to play on throughout the course of the game. Did slow up in the second half but when we lost wickets early, that's where it hurt us a bit. You need wickets in hand during such chases, so when you lose early wickets, it's tough to recover. Wicket got slower but credit to their bowlers for executing their plans. These are games where you test the character of the guys. Siddarth is new and Umesh is coming back after a while. We expect them to do the job, obviously Bumrah and Bhuvi have done it for long but it's nice to test the character of the guys. Important for the guys to bounce back. Crucial to back the guys ahead. We've played good cricket so far, today was just a bad day. Those three wickets early on played a massive part. Both Moeen and Rashid sensed the opportunity, they are good bowlers and created pressure. If we hadn't lost early wickets, we might have been able to attack them more.

Time for the presentations.

Biggest wins for England vs India (by runs):
202 Lord's, 1975
114 Oval, 1982
104 Rosebowl, 2007
86 Lord's, 2018

Many felt Morgan erred at the toss, especially after the hiding at Trent Bridge but England had read the pitch right. Root's masterclass was the cornerstone of their total that saw a vital contribution from the skipper himself and a blistering fifty from Willey whose knock took England from a respectable total to a highly competitive one at that. India's death bowling was disastrous with a plethora of full tosses that got punished and eventually, they leaked far too many. Still, considering India's batting credentials, it wasn't wrong to expect a close game but the visitors' batsmen never really came to the party. So, that sets up for the decider at Headingley.

18:53 Local Time: A damp squib in the end at the Mecca of Cricket. The last 15-20 overs has to be among the most bizarre phases ever witnessed in an international game. That said, England were totally clinical in their performance to level the series. After a steady start, India's chase got dented with the lose of their openers and Rahul in quick succession. From then, a lot depended on Kohli who tried to repair the damage with Raina before falling to Moeen. The southpaw too fell to the mounting pressure and the game was virtually over there itself. Dhoni played a strange knock that never had any intent in it from ball one and he never went for his shots even after Pandya departed. In the end, he fell and so did the others after him, but not before painfully completing the 50 overs quota. England's spinners were brilliant, so was Plunkett on a surface that did slow down in the second half but even then, India's approach towards the latter stages in the chase remains incredible.

49.6
0
Willey to Chahal, out Caught by Stokes!! The misery is over. Final ball of the innings and Chahal goes for a slog. No power in it and Stokes at long-on takes a dolly. Huge roar from the crowd as soon as he took it. England have hammered India here at Lord's by 86 runs! Chahal c Stokes b Willey 12(12) [4s-2]

Willey to Chahal, THAT'S OUT!! Caught!!

49.5
4
Willey to Chahal, FOUR, outside edge but no slip in hand and it races to the fence. Full and angling across Chahal who goes for the flashy drive. First slip would have gobbled it, had there been one
49.5
1
Willey to Chahal, wide, sprayed well down the leg-side, Chahal misses the flick
49.4
2
Willey to Chahal, 2 runs, the short ball and Chahal is up for it. Muscles the pull over mid-wicket, didn't middle it well but got it over the infield
49.3
0
Willey to Chahal, no run, very full and outside off, Chahal is happy driving, finds mid-off
49.2
0
Willey to Chahal, no run, another full ball, Chahal drives off the front foot to cover
49.1
2
Willey to Chahal, 2 runs, full and wide, Chahal drives uppishly through point. Sweeper gets across with a slide to save a couple
48.6
0
Plunkett to Kuldeep Yadav, no run, solid back foot defence, gets right behind the line and blocks it well
48.5
0
Plunkett to Kuldeep Yadav, no run, pitched up and well outside off, nicely blocked off the front foot
48.4
0
Plunkett to Kuldeep Yadav, no run, full and angling into the pads, Kuldeep wrists it towards mid-on
48.3
0
Plunkett to Kuldeep Yadav, no run, past the outside edge. Back of a length ball outside off, Kuldeep pushes inside the line
48.2
0
Plunkett to Kuldeep Yadav, no run, very full and outside off, leans forward and defends it to point
48.1
0
Plunkett to Kuldeep Yadav, no run, shortish and angling into the body, Kuldeep looks to fend but is beaten
47.6
0
Willey to Chahal, no run, comedy of errors! Chahal could have been run out but the throw is off target and they thought about the single again, only to abort. Back of a length outside off, defended off the back foot to the off-side. Nearly got run out twice
47.5
4
Willey to Chahal, FOUR, that's some entertainment finally. Half-volley from Willey and Chahal ekes out a traditional straight drive. Timed it well and it beat a running Stokes from long-on to the fence. Raises his bat in acknowledgment. Has a big smile on his face as well
47.4
0
Willey to Chahal, no run, back of a length on leg, Chahal defends it off the back foot
47.3
0
Willey to Chahal, no run, fuller and wider outside off, steered off the front foot towards point
47.2
1
Willey to Kuldeep Yadav, 1 run, full and on the pads, worked away down to fine leg for a single
47.1
0
Willey to Kuldeep Yadav, no run, full and outside off, Kuldeep defends well off the front foot to cover
46.6
0
Plunkett to Chahal, no run, full and around middle, Chahal gets pinged on the pad as he tries to block
46.6
5
Plunkett to Chahal, 5 wides, seemed like there was some bat or pad but the umpire doesn't feel so. Slipping down the leg-side, he went for the flick stroke and it beat Buttler comfortably to the fence
46.5
0
Plunkett to Chahal, no run, full and outside, defended off the front foot to cover

Yuzvendra Chahal, right handed bat, comes to the crease

46.4
0
Plunkett to S Kaul, out Lbw!! Nearing the final formalities now. The indipper from Plunkett, on a good length as well and Kaul was stuck on the crease when he got pinged on the back foot. Kept a touch low too and looked gone for all money. The umpire too felt so but Kaul opted for the review. No inside edge and that's crashing into middle. Just a wicket away now, England. S Kaul lbw b Plunkett 1(2)

Plunkett to S Kaul, THAT'S OUT!! Lbw!!

India review. Seemed plumb LBW to me but Kaul feels otherwise. Was there an inside edge? Only that can save him. No nothing there and that's plumb then.

46.3
1
Plunkett to Kuldeep Yadav, 1 run, full and wide outside off, drilled to sweeper cover
46.2
1
Plunkett to S Kaul, 1 run, shortish and outside off, Kaul fends it uppishly but no gully. Dribbles to third man

Siddarth Kaul, right handed bat, comes to the crease

46.1
0
Plunkett to Dhoni, out Caught by Stokes!! That's the end of Dhoni's struggling innings. Never got going and in fact, he never tried a shot in anger until this one and he has to go. Slower one from Plunkett, dragged it on a good length and MS went for the slog after giving the charge. Probably took the opposition and the crowd by surprise with this aggressive shot but it went only as far as deep mid-wicket. Easy catch for Stokes. Dhoni c Stokes b Plunkett 37(59) [4s-2]

Plunkett to Dhoni, THAT'S OUT!! Caught!!

"It's reached a stage where dot balls are getting boo'ed," informs Prakash.

45.6
0
Willey to Kuldeep Yadav, no run, very full and around off, Kuldeep drives it back towards the bowler
45.5
1
Willey to Dhoni, 1 run, full and outside off, Dhoni punches it towards extra cover for a quick single
45.5
1
Willey to Dhoni, wide, sprayed well down the leg-side, Dhoni tries to flick it away but misses
45.4
0
Willey to Dhoni, no run, the crowd are starting to 'boo' now. No intent from Dhoni and it's been that way throughout this strange knock. Shortish length outside off, he just dabs it to backward point
45.3
0
Willey to Dhoni, no run, full and just outside off, checks the punch towards cover
45.2
0
Willey to Dhoni, no run, full and outside off, punched towards sweeper cover. Refuses the single

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