Lord's Cricket Stadium
Lord’s Cricket Stadium. (Picture Supply: Getty Photographs)

The primary ODI between India and England on the Kennington Oval in London noticed the guests embarrass the Englishmen as their bowlers ran riot in a 10-wicket mauling. India chased down England’s lowly goal of 111 in beneath 20 overs as Indian skipper Rohit Sharma dominated the English bowlers with a swashbuckling 76*.

The guests have been put in to bat first on a inexperienced pitch that was supposed to help the brand new ball bowlers, and the Indian bowlers made full use of the conducive nature of the pitch. India’s Jasprit Bumrah was having an excellent day as he ran via the hosts’ prime order in a fiery five-over spell that noticed him scalp 4 wickets, conceding simply 9 runs. His associate in crime, Mohammed Shami, assisted him admirably and grabbed three wickets, together with the prized scalp of opposition skipper Jos Buttler.

After a depressing outing with the bat that noticed them report 110 runs on the board, their lowest in opposition to India, the hosts anticipated a fiery reply of their very own as their bowlers tried the emulate the efficiency their counterparts did within the first innings. Reece Topley and David Willey did hassle the Indian openers, Rohit Sharma and Shikar Dhawan, earlier within the second innings, however as soon as they received their eye in, they dissipated England’s likelihood of a comeback within the recreation, particularly Rohit Sharma.

The English bowlers puzzling ploy of bowling brief to the Indian skipper was met with utter disdain, as Rohit stored smashing the brief deliveries over the high-quality leg boundary. The Indian openers registered their 18th 100-run stand and in addition breached the 5000-run mark for the primary wicket partnerships in ODI. The excellent news for Buttler after that damaging defeat is that they don’t have a lot time to dwell on that consequence as his facet gears as much as tackle the guests within the second ODI on Thursday.

Right here’s a have a look at the climate forecast for the ENG vs IND second ODI:

The primary recreation at The Oval was met with some drizzle in the course of the match, however it by no means threatened to interrupt the sport on a cloudy day in London. The climate forecast for the second ODI on the Lord’s on Thursday, 14th of July is kind of comparable as there can be cloud masking all through the afternoon with the solar shining in its full glory later within the night, as per Climate.com. Viewers can count on an entertaining affair between the 2 sides with none rain interruptions.

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