London [UK]: Blistering partnership in between Rohit Sharma and also Shikhar Dhawan and a six-wicket haul by Jasprit Bumrah led Team India to a 10-wicket win over England in the very first ODI of the three-match series right here at the Kennington Oval on Tuesday.
Rohit shattered 76 escape 58 balls while Shikhar scored 31 run 54 rounds to help the Men in Blue ferret out the target of 111 runs in simply 18.4 overs. Besides Bumrah, Mohammed Shami took 3 arches while Prasidh Krishna settled for one.
Chasing after 111, Team India began on a respectable note with the opening set of Rohit and also Dhawan progressively taking the innings forward. The duo racked up 21 runs in 6 overs, before bringing the momentum in the game and also wrecking 35 runs in the next four overs.
The Men in Blue crossed the 50-run mark in 10 overs with both the batters standing unbeaten at the fold. Continuing the process at a constant rate, Rohit brought up his half-century in 49 balls and also assisted Group India reach the 100-run mark in 18 overs.
With just 11 runs left to win, the duo shattered 13 runs in the next four balls and brought Team India to a 10-wicket success in simply simple 18.4 overs as well as gained a 1-0 lead in the three-match ODI series against England.
Previously, choosing to bowl initially, Indian bowlers verified their captain Rohit Sharma’s choice right as Bumrah damaged England batters in the powerplay.
England’s opening batter Jason Roy was sent back to the pavilion on a golden duck. Roy’s wicket was quickly followed by Joe Root, that was fell prey to Bumrah without scoring a run.
Ben Stokes then came to bat, but can not stand long as he was disregarded by Mohammed Shami without opening his account.
Then opening batter, Jonny Bairstow attempted to anchor innings. His inning was interrupted by the fiery bowling of Bumrah, who left Bairstow on 7 runs.
Captain Jos Buttler depended on the crease like the only hope for the Three Lions. Liam Livingstone the compelling batter of the team was rejected for a duck by Bumrah.