India faced a devastating defeat in the second ODI in a series of three games against England on Friday. Knocks from Johnny Beirstov (124), Ben Stokes (99) and Jason Roy (55) assisted England in pursuing the 337th target with 45 supplies for reserves.
At one point in the match England were 285/1, but Bhuvneshwar kumarThe dismissal of Ben Stokes sparked a wave of wickets like Johnny Beirstow and Joss Butler (0) left within the next nine deliveries. However, England coped with the sudden failures when the debutant Liam Livingstone (27 *) led the guests to victory.
Former Indian cricketer VVS Laxman believes decision to give over to spinners Crowned Panda and Kuldeep yadav they may have been mistaken for India after Bhuvneshwar Kumar and Prasid Krishna took the kayaks.
“It was very difficult to get (when 3 fast English weekends fell), then only 35 more tracks were needed, although you have the wicket of Johnny Beirstow and Joss Butler. The way Prasid Krishna came in and took 2 crates. I was a little surprised. that I went to Krunal Pandya and Kuldeep Yadav again, because if India had to continue the game at all, it was through the fast bowler. They grow kohli missed a trick there, but overall an amazing attack of the highest quality, “Laxman told Star Sports.
“The power strike was incredible, the massacre of both Johnny Beirstow and Ben Stokes will be remembered for a long time. It was just pure class.”
Straight, after Krishna took two wickets in his 37th, Koli gave the ball to Krunal Pandya, and the next overtook Kuldiip Yadav. While Krunal finished with 0/72 for just six overs, Culdip also proved expensive, allowing 84 runs for 10 overs.
Earlier, India had scored 336/6 for 50 overs, with KL Rahul hitting its fifth ODI century. Rishabh Pant, who returned to ODI XI after more than a year, also impressed with a shot of 77 out of just 40 deliveries. Hardik Pandya also played an important episodic game of 35 on 16 balls to steer India beyond the 300-mile mark.
The final match of the series will be played on March 28 at the same venue (Maharashtra cricket stadium in Pune).