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Highlights - India vs England | Rishabh Pant was expertly supported by Hardik Pandya who scored 71 runs to help India win by 5 wickets.

Arshdeep is the one increasing the award as India celebrates and poses for photographs. That practice of allowing the youngsters to take centerstage proceeds.

It’s been an area of strength for the guests in the white-ball leg of the visit, taking both the T20Is and ODIs 2-1.

It’s not come without certain worries, however, explicitly that of the top order in ODIs.

However, today their disappointments allowed an opportunity for the likes of Hardik Pandya and Rishabh Pant to invest some energy in the middle order.

Furthermore, didn’t they simply capitalize on it? England excessively would be more than happy with Reece Topley’s development, if not with their batting.

So that is all from this visit to England.

India will go to West Indies next without a significant number of their enormous names.

Great chance for those on the seat as Rohit referred to.

Rohit Sharma, India captain is very pleased.

Came here, and wanted to achieve something as a group in white ball.

We were here last time and were beaten, I remember that. Not an easy place to come and win games.

It was a good pitch, but we do understand it’s not going to be easy if we lose wickets upfront.

The positive side of it, is these guys haven’t batted much in the middle overs.

Today we got to see that with Hardik and Rishabh.

At no point, did we feel they were panicking.

They backed themselves and played cricketing shots. He’s a critical member of us (Chahal). Has got so much experience bowling in all formats.

Pretty pleased with how he’s come back after the WC. Hardik as well. One side boundary was long, he kept bowling the bouncers and got rewards for it.

Not really (Worried about top-order?). To be honest, the wicket didn’t have much. We played some not-so-good shots. Still back those guys to come out good.

One of those series where top order hasn’t come to the party. Have got nothing more to say because I know the quality they bring to the team.

We’ve got some solid guys sitting on the bench who’s been waiting to get a game. Want to create that bench strength?

Injuries are bound to happen, have to manage workload, so need to build bench strength. Have got some solid guys who will get their opportunity in West Indies.

Jos Buttler, England captain words,

“I thought we were in short of runs.

Needed a good start which we got actually with the ball.

Throughout the whole summer so far we haven’t batted our best. The best bowler Topley has been brilliant for us, put in a man-of-the-match performance in the T20s as well.

He was just creaking a bit, it’s been a tough schedule, and will probably have to look after him.

If you give good players a chance they hurt you, half-chance with Pandya, along with the stumping.

If we took our chances, with India’s tail, could’ve got hold of the game. I’ve found it absolutely fine, to be honest. Missed a chance but don’t think it’s got anything to do with the captaincy.

I’m an experienced cricketer but a young captain. Rashid has probably been the most important player on our team for a long time. Look forward to welcoming him back.

Hardik Pandya, Player of the Series talked,

“White ball is something close to me.

We all know how good a team England is.

For us, as a team, it was important to come here, set out the plans for what we’ll bowl, and execute it.

Important for me to stop the runs, and bowl as many dot balls.

They were cruising at one point. I love short balls. Don’t fancy people taking me on. Gets me into the game.

Don’t mind getting hit for six sixes also if I can get a wicket.

That’s his Livingstone game as well, he takes his chances. I always feel I’m shameless as a bowler.

Don’t care how far I get hit. We all know what talent Pant has. Finally today he was playing the situation.

The partnership changed the game for us. The way he finished the game was also special.”

Rishabh Pant, Player of the Match said,

“Hopefully I remember this knock for the rest of my life. I was focusing on one ball at a time when I was batting.

When your team is under pressure and your bat like that is something I aspire to do.

I always enjoy playing in England, and at the same time enjoy the atmosphere and the situation.

The more you play the more experience you gain.

Nothing to take away from the bowlers, it was a good wicket to bat on and the bowlers did a commendable job to restrict them, they were brilliant not only today but for the entire series.

IND vs ENG 3rd ODI Highlights - Rishabh Pant’s Best ODI Century Helps India To Series Victory

India defeated England by five wickets in the final ODI to settle the three-match series 2-1 in Manchester last Sunday 17th July 2022. Sent into bat.

Skipper Jos Buttler top-scored with 60runs while opener Jason Roy made 41runs, as England were bowled out for 259.

For India, Hardik Pandya was the pick of the bowlers with figures of 4wickets out of 24runs.

Yuzvendra Chahal took three wickets for 60runs.

Chasing 260, Rishabh Pant struck an unbeaten 125runs, continuous 5 boundaries in 5 bowls.

Pandya made 71runs, as India overhauled the target in 42.1 overs. Reece Topley again shone bright with the ball, returning with impressive figures of 3 Wickets out of 35runs.

IND vs ENG 2nd ODI Highlights

England beat India by 100 runs at Lord’s Cricket Ground. Chasing a total of 247, India was bowled out for a paltry 146 in 38.5 overs.

Pandya and Jasprit Bumrah also ended their spells with two wickets each while Prasidh Krishna also managed to take a wicket.

England’s Reece Topley recorded career-best figures of 6-24.

Moeen Ali and David Willey’s knocks of 47 and 41 helped England to set a challenging total on the board.

India vs England 1st ODI 2022 Match

India tour of England 3-match one-day international series of the 1st ODI 2022.

The match was played between England and India at the Kennington Oval, London on Tuesday 2022.

IND vs ENG, 1st ODI Highlights 2022

Rohit Sharma won the toss and opted to bowl first.

Rohit Sharma hit an unbeaten and amazing 76runs in 58 balls.

Shikhar Dhawan accompanied Rohit Sharma with a 31 not out as India chased down a 111-runs target against England in 18.4 overs without losing any wicket.

Jasprit Bumrah returned his career-best figures in ODIs with 6 for 19.

Mohammed Shami took 3 for 31 as India accumulated out England for 110 runs.

Prasidh Krishna claimed the remaining one wicket.

This all happened in India’s toss & opted to bowl first.

It is worth noting that Virat Kohli missed the game due to a groin strain, while Arshdeep Singh also remained on the sidelines due to an abdominal strain.

With the win on Tuesday, India leads the three-match ODI series 1-0.

Jasprit Bumrah – When there’s swing and crease movement, it is very exciting & interesting in white-ball cricket to get that opportunity because you have to be defensive with the kind of pitches we usually get.

When I bowled the first ball, I found some swing and we tried to adopt and make utilize.

When it doesn’t swing, I have to pull my lengths back. When the ball is doing something you need not try a lot.

When the wicket is flat your accuracy is tested. It is a good place to be when the ball is swinging.

Shami started bowling in the first over, we had a conversation to go higher. I am so happy for him, he got a lot of wickets.

I told him when he beats the bat, that there would be days when he’d run through the side. When the ball is moving around, the keeper and the cordon is very active.

Very happy that Rishabh has been working hard on his keeping as well as his batting.

In the final ODI, an incredible turnaround here at Old Trafford as India has risen from a difficult situation to cruise to the target.

Big smile on the face of Rishabh Pant out there who’s being congratulated by the opposition and teammates alike.

A terrific knock today from him, getting to his first ODI hundred and eventually getting his team home in a blaze with some eight overs to spare.

But don’t forget Pandya’s role in it. He was outstanding first with the ball, and then with the bat. Pant was actually the more subdued of the two as they went about trying to rebuild the innings from 72/4.

But Pandya’s timing was on fire the minute he walked out.

The two were involved in a stand of 133 for the fifth wicket, and by the time Stokes pulled off a good catch diving forward to dismiss Pandya on 71runs, India was just 55 away.

And Pant made a mockery of that, even hitting five boundaries in an over before finishing it off with a reverse-sweep.

We’ve already seen him do special things in Test cricket in his very young career, and now he’s arrived in the ODIs. His glovework is only getting better and better as well.

The only one missing chances with the gloves today was Buttler, who could’ve possibly had a stumping chance off Pant early in his innings but failed to collect the ball.

Pant made England pay dearly.