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England vs India, 2nd T20I Match Summary

ENG vs IND, 2022 - T20 Summary

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Match Ended   
121 (17.0/20)
170/8 (20.0/20)
India beat England by 49 runs
IND 170/8
Bat Top Batsmen
46 (29)
  • 5x4s
  • 0x6s
  • 158.62SR
31 (20)
  • 3x4s
  • 2x6s
  • 155SR
Bowl Top Bowlers
Bowler
ECON 6.75
4
OVERS
27/4
R/W
4
OVERS
15/3
R/W
ENG 121/10
Bat Top Batsmen
35 (21)
  • 3x4s
  • 2x6s
  • 166.66SR
33 (22)
  • 3x4s
  • 2x6s
  • 150SR
Bowl Top Bowlers
3
OVERS
15/3
R/W
3
OVERS
10/2
R/W
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Right then, two games are done and it is India who have sealed the series 2-0. There is still one more game to go and well it might be a dead rubber, it is more about momentum going into the ODI series. India will be eyeing a clean sweep while England will be looking to make it 2-1 and get into the ODI series with some confidence behind them. The next match starts in less than 24 hours, on Sunday, the 10th of July. The first ball will be bowled at 7 pm IST (1.30 pm GMT) but our coverage will begin much sooner. Do join us then. Take care and goodbye!
Bhuvneshwar Kumar (3-1-15-3) is the PLAYER OF THE MATCH  for his exceptional display with the new ball. Bhuvneshwar Kumar says that when the ball swings one enjoys it a lot. Tells that there has not been a lot of swing with the white ball in England in the last few games and he is happy to get some good swing here. Mentions that Jos Buttler is a dangerous player and he has his plans against him and he tries to execute that. Mentions that whenever it swings it is easy to plan and execute it and he tries to work on his strength and is confident in his skills. Regarding his fitness, Bhuvneshwar Kumar says that he does not want to talk about it and signs off by saying that as he is playing, something is going right at the moment.
Indian skipper, Rohit Sharma says that they know how good England is as a team and they were up for the challenge. Adds that they were clinical and they had a clear idea of what to do. Mentions that whenever you win games, it gives you confidence and they want to just focus on what lies ahead and they want to challenge themselves more and more as a group. Adds that it was a brilliant knock under pressure from Ravindra Jadeja, who used all his experience and seems to be confident in what he wants to do and it was good to finish off on a score that he thought was par. Says that they understand the importance of the Powerplay and want to put pressure on the opposition and they did have a superb Powerplay in both matches which set up the victory. Ends by saying that they want to give others an opportunity but will have to have a chat about it and the only issue here is not getting carried away and keep on performing.
Jos Buttler, the captain of England says that it is very disappointing and says that they did not play well and they did not deserve to win. Tells that at the halfway mark they were quite happy with Richard Gleeson bowling well on debut but they lost wickets early and in the hindsight says that they would have batted first but overall they did not play well. Applauds Richard Gleeson for his performance in the debut game and also talks about Chris Jordan and says that he has bowled quite well and he is happy for Jordan. Ends by saying that they need to be better in the next game though they don’t have much time to reflect on the loss.
Presentation ceremony...
Earlier in the game, Jos Buttler won the toss and put India in to bat which didn't turn out to be the right decision as the English bowlers got hammered in the Powerplay. The debutant, Richard Gleeson picked up three quick wickets to change the momentum a bit and then Chris Jordan kept up the good work. However, the Indian batters kept on finding the fence towards the end and thanks to a blistering cameo from Ravindra Jadeja, the visitors reached a decent score of 170. While chasing a stiff target, the English innings could never gather any sort of momentum due to some excellent pace bowling from the opposition and a fragile display with the bat as well. In the end, it was a very comfortable victory for India and they keep their record of not losing a T20I series against England. Stay tuned for the presentation.
Everything that could go wrong did go wrong for England once again. Their highly-rated top order crumbled early as Jason Roy and Jos Buttler had no answer to the swing and seam of the Indian pacers. And with wickets falling, they tried to play explosive cricket which didn't work. With half the side out for just 55 runs, the hosts were down and out. Moeen Ali did provide some hope of a comeback but perished soon and it was then David Willey who hit some lusty blows to make the loss look a little less dreadful. Given the hosts' prowess in white-ball cricket, they will be thoroughly disappointed with that display.
India had a competitive total on the board but given England's explosive top order, the visitors needed an early breakthrough. Bhuvneshwar Kumar provided just that as he did last time around. Jasprit Bumrah and Kumar then kept on pressing the issue and picked up three wickets inside the first 5 overs. This set the tone for the others and the visitors just kept on picking up wickets at regular intervals. The two front-line seamers were excellent with Yuzvendra Chahal and Hardik Pandya supporting them well. Only Ravindra Jadeja had an off day with the ball but all in all, another strong showing with the ball and in the field from India has seen them take an unassailable 2-0 lead in the series.
A resounding victory for India and they have sealed the three-match T20I series with a game to spare! This has been yet another strong all-round showing from the visitors and England have had not much answer to it.
Over 17 : 121/10
11 Runs
  • 616.1
  • 416.2
  • 016.3
  • 016.4
  • 116.5
  • W16.6
M. Parkinson
0 (2)
D. Willey
33 (22)
H. Patel
4-0-34-1
16.6
W
Harshal Patel To Matt Parkinson OUT!
OUT! KNOCKED HIM OVER! Harshal Patel finishes things off with a perfect yorker! He bowls it right in the blockhole at 131 kph. Matt Parkinson who needed to see off this last delivery, just could not get his bat down in time and sees his leg stump uprooted. It has been a brilliant performance yet again from India as they win by 49 runs!
16.5
1
Harshal Patel To David Willey
A yorker on middle. Willey gets his bat down just in time and gets the inside edge towards short fine leg for a single.
16.4
0
Harshal Patel To David Willey
Lands on a length, outside off. It is slower in pace and Willey misses his cut shot.
16.3
0
Harshal Patel To David Willey
This is angled across the batter, outside off. Willey looks to scoop it but misses.
16.2
4
Harshal Patel To David Willey
FOUR! A full toss outside off and David Willey smashes it through extra-cover for a boundary. Willey is a handy batter but it looks tough for England from hereon.
16.1
6
Harshal Patel To David Willey
SIX! Ohh..just over the fielder at deep and over the ropes! This is full and outside off. Willey slices it towards the third man region. Axar Patel (Sub) jumps to take the catch and gets a hand to it but the ball doesn't stick and goes over the ropes.
Over 16 : 110/9
4 Runs
  • 115.1
  • 215.2
  • 015.3
  • W15.4
  • 115.5
  • 015.6
M. Parkinson
0 (1)
D. Willey
22 (17)
B. Kumar
3-1-15-3
15.6
0
Bhuvneshwar Kumar To Matt Parkinson
On a length, on middle. Matt Parkinson works it towards the leg side. 61 needed now from 24 balls!
15.5
1
Bhuvneshwar Kumar To David Willey
Lands on a length, around off. Willey punches it to backward point for a single.
Matt Parkinson is the last man in for England.
15.4
W
Bhuvneshwar Kumar To Richard Gleeson OUT!
OUT! CAUGHT! Bhuvneshwar Kumar gets his third wicket now and India are just one wicket away from another comfortable victory. A slower length delivery on middle. Richard Gleeson who looks to go over the top is completely outfoxed by the change of pace. The ball loops up in the air behind the bowler and Kohli at mid off runs to his right and slightly behind and takes a fine catch.
15.3
0
Bhuvneshwar Kumar To Richard Gleeson
On a length, on off. Richard Gleeson punches it to covers.
15.2
2
Bhuvneshwar Kumar To Richard Gleeson
Back of a length, around off. Richard Gleeson punches it aerially off the outside half of his blade. The ball goes towards third man and the batters run two.
15.1
1
Bhuvneshwar Kumar To David Willey
A slower length delivery on middle. Willey heaves it towards backward square leg off the inside half of his blade. A single taken.
Over 15 : 106/8
18 Runs
  • 614.1
  • W14.2
  • W14.3
  • 414.4
  • 614.5
  • 114.6
D. Willey
20 (15)
R. Gleeson
0 (0)
H. Pandya
3-0-29-1
14.6
1
Hardik Pandya To David Willey
Single to end the over and 65 needed now from 30 balls! Back of a length, around off. Willey punches it to sweeper cover for a single.
14.5
6
Hardik Pandya To David Willey
SIX! This time he clears the fence! Short delivery again, on leg. Willey just helps it on his way over the backward square leg fence for a maximum.
14.4
4
Hardik Pandya To David Willey
FOUR! Willey needs to go after everything now and he gets a boundary here! A shorter-length delivery, around off. Willey pulls it over and wide of mid on for a boundary.
Richard Gleeson is the next man in.
14.3
W
Hardik Pandya To Chris Jordan OUT!
OUT! RUN OUT! Absolutely catastrophic for Chris Jordan and England. Back of a length, on off, Jordan plays it off the back foot and in front of mid-wicket. Jordan looks for two straightaway as the fielder charging in is Yuzvendra Chahal but David Willey says no. Jordan is already halfway down the track and the throw is in a good one. Rohit Sharma at the bowler's end whips off the bails and Jordan can keep walking back to the pavilion.
Chris Jordan walks out to the middle.
14.2
W
Hardik Pandya To Moeen Ali OUT!
OUT! CAUGHT! Straight to the man and Moeen Ali will be thoroughly disappointed with that shot. Pitched up right in the slot around off, Ali stays deep in his crease and looks to hammer it over mid off. Ali hits it firmly but without any sort of elevation. Rohit Sharma is on the edge on the circle and takes a comfortable catch around head height. Hardik Pandya with the golden touch yet again and England might just be done and dusted here.
14.1
6
Hardik Pandya To Moeen Ali
SIX! Moeen Ali keeping the English hopes alive! Short of a length, on middle and leg. Ali swings it away high and towards deep mid-wicket. Virat Kohli is a bit inside and has to back peddle but the ball sails just over him for maximum.
17 OV
11 Runs
H. Patel to D. Willey M. Parkinson
  • 616.1
  • 416.2
  • 016.3
  • 016.4
  • 116.5
  • W16.6
16 OV
4 Runs
B. Kumar to D. Willey R. Gleeson M. Parkinson
  • 115.1
  • 215.2
  • 015.3
  • W15.4
  • 115.5
  • 015.6
15 OV
18 Runs
H. Pandya to M. Ali C. Jordan D. Willey
  • 614.1
  • W14.2
  • W14.3
  • 414.4
  • 614.5
  • 114.6
14 OV
14 Runs
R. Jadeja to D. Willey M. Ali
  • 113.1
  • 113.2
  • 413.3
  • 113.4
  • 613.5
  • 113.6
13 OV
5 Runs
H. Patel to D. Willey M. Ali
  • 012.1
  • 012.2
  • 112.3
  • 012.4
  • 012.5
  • 412.6
12 OV
8 Runs
R. Jadeja to M. Ali D. Willey
  • 111.1
  • 011.2
  • 111.3
  • 111.4
  • 111.5
  • 411.6
11 OV
2 Runs
J. Bumrah to M. Ali S. Curran D. Willey
  • 110.1
  • W10.2
  • 110.3
  • 010.4
  • 010.5
  • 010.6
10 OV
4 Runs
Y. Chahal to D. Malan S. Curran M. Ali
  • W9.1
  • 09.2
  • 19.3
  • 19.4
  • 19.5
  • 19.6
9 OV
9 Runs
H. Patel to M. Ali D. Malan
  • 08.1
  • 48.2
  • 18.3
  • 18.4
  • 1 WD8.5
  • 18.5
  • 18.6
8 OV
4 Runs
H. Pandya to D. Malan M. Ali
  • 07.1
  • 17.2
  • 17.3
  • 17.4
  • 1 LB7.5
  • 07.6
7 OV
6 Runs
Y. Chahal to D. Malan H. Brook
  • 16.1
  • 46.2
  • 06.3
  • W6.4
  • 06.5
  • 16.6
6 OV
9 Runs
H. Patel to D. Malan H. Brook
  • 05.1
  • 05.2
  • 45.3
  • 05.4
  • 15.5
  • 45.6
5 OV
0 Runs
J. Bumrah to L. Livingstone H. Brook
  • W4.1
  • 04.2
  • 04.3
  • 04.4
  • 04.5
  • 04.6
4 OV
8 Runs
H. Pandya to D. Malan L. Livingstone
  • 13.1
  • 23.2
  • 03.3
  • 43.4
  • 03.5
  • 13.6
3 OV
11 Runs
B. Kumar to D. Malan J. Buttler L. Livingstone
  • 12.1
  • 22.2
  • W2.3
  • 42.4
  • 42.5
  • 02.6
2 OV
8 Runs
J. Bumrah to J. Buttler D. Malan
  • 11.1
  • 11.2
  • 11.3
  • 41.4
  • 11.5
  • 01.6
1 OV
0 Runs
B. Kumar to J. Roy D. Malan
  • W0.1
  • 00.2
  • 00.3
  • 00.4
  • 00.5
  • 00.6
Match Info
  • Venue Edgbaston, Birmingham
  • Weather Sunny
  • Toss England won the toss and elected to field
  • Result India beat England by 49 runs
  • Player of the Match Bhuvneshwar Kumar
  • Umpire David Millns (ENG), Martin Saggers (ENG) and Alex Wharf (ENG)
  • Referee Chris Broad (ENG)
Match Notes
  • Innings Break: India 170/8 in 20.0 overs
  • India 151/7 in 17.5 overs
  • India 101/5 in 13.0 overs
  • Drinks: India 86/3 in 10.0 overs
  • Mandatory Power play 1 (1-6): India 61/1
  • India 55/1 in 5.1 overs
  • R Sharma dropped on 1 by J Roy in 0.4 overs
  • Richard Gleeson makes his T20I debut for England
  • England 105/8 in 14.5 overs
  • England 50/4 in 8.2 overs
  • Mandatory Power play 1 (1-6): England 36/3
  • Referral 2 (4.3 ovs): IND against Harry Brook (LBW) Successful (ENG: 2, IND: 1)
  • England 11/2: J Buttler c R Pant b B Kumar 4(5)
  • Referral 1 (2.3 ovs): IND against J Buttler (Caught) Successful (ENG: 2, IND: 2)
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PlayerRunsAvg.
Suryakumar Yadav IND17157.00
Dawid Malan ENG11739.00
Moeen Ali ENG7123.66
Rohit Sharma IND6622.00
Hardik Pandya IND6331.50
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Chris Jordan ENG87.25
Hardik Pandya IND58.85
Bhuvneshwar Kumar IND44.16
Yuzvendra Chahal IND47.00
Reece Topley ENG47.00
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