After clinching the 1st ODI, India is all set to lock horns with England in the second ODI, which is scheduled to be contested on July 14th.
After conceding the T20I series and the first ODI match, England will be looking forward to registering their first win in today’s match.
Thus, Delhi Capital took to their Twitter account to wish India the best for today’s match and motivate them to win the match to clinch the series.
Delhi Capitals Posted A Tweet.
“An opportunity to secure another series win
Let’s make it 2 from 2, #TeamIndia ”
For those who aren’t aware of the 1st ODI results, here is a glimpse of the same:
India defeated England by 10 wickets on Tuesday in the opening One-Day International of the three-match series played at London’s Kennington Oval.
Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan remained undefeated at 76 off 58 balls and 31 off 54 balls, respectively, as India successfully chased down the 111-run mark against England in 18.4 overs without losing a wicket.
At the same time, Jasprit Bumrah recorded his best career stat of 6 for 19, while Mohammed Shami and Prasidh Krishna combined for 3 for 31, helping India defeat England.
When Rohit Sharma, the captain of India, won the toss and chose to bowl first, everything started. With this victory, India now leads the ODI series 1-0, despite the absence of key players Virat Kohli and Arshdeep Singh due to injuries.
The 50-over champs’ Tuesday was made memorable by India’s 10-wicket victory over them.
Rohit used his pull and hook shots against the England pacers’ short deliveries to great effect as India flew toward the goal.
In David Willey’s fifth over, which resulted in a six, he made one of these shots.
The brilliant swing bowling of Bumrah and Mohammed Shami’s bowling combination completely dismantled the star-studded English batting lineup.
Bumrah yesterday produced the best batting line ever against England after winning the 2019 World Cup final.
The remaining tasks were finished by Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan, which greatly assisted India’s victory.
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