England vs India 38th Match ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Highlights
CricketHighlightsz – England vs India 38th Match ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Highlights
The 38th match of ICC World Cup was played between England and India at Edgbaston, Birmingham on 30th June. England decided to bat first as they won the toss.
England scored 337 runs in 50 overs with 7 wickets down. The contributors of this massive score were Jonny Bairstow with 111 runs off 109 balls having 10- fours and 6- sixes, Ben Stokes with 79 runs off 54 balls with 6- fours and 3- sixes, Jason Roy made 66 runs off 57 balls with 7- fours and 2- sixes, Joe Root made 44 off 54 balls with 2- fours and Jos Buttler made 20 runs off 8 balls.
It was their fourth highest score in World Cups and second best score the Indian team in the World Cups. Jonny Bairstow and Jason Roy’s 166 run partnership was England’s second highest first- wicket partnership in World Cups. Likewise, it was England’s best opening stand against India in ODIs and World Cups.
India’s Mohammad Shami successfully claimed 5 wickets for 69 runs 10 overs with a maiden included. It was India’s sixth bowling figure in World Cups and second best against England team in the World Cups. Jasprit Bumrah picked up 1 wicket and Kuldeep Yadav picked up 1.
India could reach only to 306 runs in 50 overs with 5 wickets down. Rohit Sharma became the top scorer with the score of 102 runs off 109 balls. It was his fourth World Cup century and 25th ODI century. Virat Kohli made 66 runs off 76 balls with 7- fours included. It was his 5thsuccessive 50 plus score in the World Cups and ODIs. Hardik Pandya made 45 runs off 33 balls with 4- fours included, MS Dhoni made an unbeaten streak of 42 runs in 33 balls with 4- fours and 1- six included. Rishab Pant made 32 runs off 29 balls and Kedar Jadhav made 12 runs.
Liam Plunkett picked up 3 wickets and Chris Woakes picked up 2 wickets. With this, England secured a 31 run victory over India.
Johnny Bairstow became Player of the match for scoring 111 runs off 109 balls with 10- fours and 6- sixes.
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