Pace bowler Mark Wood returned from England after missing the second game and stormed India, taking three early wickets from which India could never recover despite a heroic captain’s kick. They grow kohli.
England beat India with eight wickets in the third T20I to take a 2-1 lead in the series. “My role on the team is to try to break it to great lengths and make something happen,” Wood said after the game.
“The two pitches I’ve played on have a bit of a rebound and I enjoyed those conditions,” he added.
The prickly bowling with his right hand, which traveled nearly 150 miles per hour, cast a 3/14 spell in the first three overs to inspire India’s start, and although he conceded 17 runs in the fourth, his early shots worked for England.
“It’s a pity I was on the tracks in the last game, but the credit for Virat. He’s a fantastic player and it’s very difficult for him, and in the end he played great shots. It’s good to play against great players and test myself,” added Wood. .
Wood gets rid of KL Rahul by going through his defense and handing him his second consecutive duck.
Then follow him with the gates of Rohit Sharma, with a short delivery and later to Shreyas Iyer, whom he trapped with a wide delivery.
Wood had returned 1/20 figures in the first T20 International.