- England scored 337 runs, the Indian team could score 306 runs in 5 overs in 5 overs.
- 10 points in England’s eight matches, they have to beat New Zealand to reach the semi-finals.
- Johnny Bairstow scored a century in England, Rohit Sharma’s century was useless
England beat India by 31 runs in Birmingham’s Edgbaston on Sunday In the 38th match of the World Cup. England lost the series after losing two consecutive matches. With this victory, he reached number four in the table. He has 10 points in his 8 matches. To reach the semi-finals, he has to beat New Zealand. England won the first match against India in 1992 in the World Cup. During this period, he had to face defeat in two consecutive matches. A match was a tie. On the other hand, this is the first defeat in India’s tournaments. Despite this defeat, Team India is second in the points table. India’s next match will be from Bangladesh on July 2. On the other hand, England’s last league match will take place on July 3 from New Zealand.
England, batting first, scored 337 runs in 7 overs in 50 overs. For him, Johnny Bairstow scored 111 runs in 109 balls and Ben Stokes scored 79 runs in 54 balls. Roy scored 66 runs in 57 balls and Joe Root contributed 44 runs in 54 balls. Mohammed Shami took 5 wickets for India. Chasing the target, Team India could score 306 runs for 5 wickets in 50 overs. Rohit Sharma scored 102 runs in 109 balls and Virat Kohli scored 66 runs in 76 balls. Bairstow was awarded the Man of the Match award.
Rohit’s third century in this World Cup
Rohit has scored the third century in this World Cup. They played 122 against South Africa and 140 against Pakistan. Captain Virat Kohli scored his fifth consecutive half-century in this World Cup. Kohli shared a 138-run partnership with Rohit for the second wicket.
Kohli is the first captain five Continues half-centuries in World Cup
This Earlier Kohli had 82 against Australia, 77 against Pakistan, 67 against Afghanistan and 72 against West Indies. He is the first captain to have five successive half-centuries in the World Cup. Aaron Finch of Australia and Graeme Smith of South Africa consistently scored 4 half-centuries.
Shami is the second Indian to take 4 wickets in three consecutive matches
Shami is the second Indian to take 4 more wickets in three consecutive matches. Before this, Narendra Hirwani did this in 1988. There are also other bowlers who take more than 4 wickets in the Shami World Cup three times in a row. Earlier this was the name of Pakistan’s Shahid Afridi. In this World Cup of Shami 13 wickets in three matches. They reached the sixth place in the list of highest wicket-taker bowlers. England beat India.
Jason Roy and Bairstow shared 166 runs Partnership
Jason Roy finished with 66 runs. Ravindra Jadeja took his catch off Kuldeep’s ball. Jadeja took the catch on the mid-on by diving forward. They are fielding Lokesh Rahul. Jason made career 16th half century He made a 160-run partnership with Bairstow for the first wicket. Jason Roy did not play due to injury in the last three matches.