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India vs England: India lost by 31 runs after Rohit Sharma’s century

India lost by 31 runs

ICC Cricket World Cup (CWC) 2019:  England vs India have played a major game in Edgbaston in Birmingham on Sunday (1 June 2019). India lost by 31 runs after Rohit Sharma’s century. Earlier, Jonny Bairstow and Ben Stokes scored 337 runs in the stormy first innings of the match.

England won the toss on Sunday (June 30th) and decided to bat first. In the opening pair with Jason Ryan, the opener Jonny Bairstow brought a good start to the team. Their opening pair is 160 runs. Earlier, Jason Roy scored 57 off 66 balls.

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Another England opener Jonny Bairstow lifted the century 111 runs from 109 balls with 10 fours and 6 sixes. Captain Eoin Morgan (1) was caught by Bairstow after the dismissal. Joe Root took 44 off 54 balls and played the innings.

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Ben Stokes wants to bat against England in middle order before returning to the last over, 79 runs were scored in 6 fours and 3 sixes in 54 balls with Stokes’ batting. Show fewer than 20 runs in 8 balls Jos Buttler As a result, they were reduced to 7 wickets at the end of the 50 overs and 337 runs.

Mohammed Shami was bright in the balance for India despite the consistency. He alone took five wickets. Jasprit Bumrah and Kuldeep Yadav took the remaining two wickets.

India’s batting is not good at starting to win the record. Back in the field before the opening of the records of Lokesh Rahul got the injury. Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli, who have taken a big partnership in the second wicket, will move slowly.

Virat Kohli scored a fifth half century from the bat. He returned to Liam Plunkett’s 66 off 76 balls. Indian great Opener Rohit made his third century in the World Cup. He returned to 102 runs in 109 balls.

On the other hand, the goal of running overpricers continued to grow. Indian batsmen have not been able to climb up to the end. Meanwhile Hardi Pandia was expecting 45 by 33. World Cup debutant Rishav Pandit scored 32 runs in 29 balls.

Although the last responsibility of Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s shoulder, he could not leave the field after completing it. Dhoni scored 4 runs in 4 balls and 1 sixes in 31 balls. Kadar Yadav, who scored 12 runs from 13 balls, As a result, India were forced to leave the field with 31 runs.

England were restricted to 306 runs at the end of the 50 overs. Plunkett took 3 wickets for the hosts Chris Woakes has taken 2 wickets

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