T20 World Cup / India won the first warm-up match against England by 7 wickets

Zoom News : Oct 18, 2021, 11:14 PM
T20 World Cup | Team India defeated England by 7 wickets in the first warm-up match. Playing first after losing the toss, England had scored 188/5. Jonny Bairstow (49) was the top scorer for the team, while Mohammed Shami got 3 wickets for India. The target of 189 runs was achieved by the Indian team in 19 overs for the loss of 3 wickets. In the team's victory, Ishan Kishan scored 70 runs while batting brilliantly. 51 runs were also seen from KL Rahul's bat.

good start for india

Chasing the target, Team India got off to a good start. KL Rahul and Ishan Kishan added 82 runs in 50 balls for the first wicket. Rahul, who was seen in great rhythm, completed his half-century in 23 balls, but on the very next ball he was dismissed and returned to the pavilion. His wicket was picked up by Mark Wood. Captain Kohli (11) disappointed and his wicket came in Livingstone's account. Suryakumar Yadav got out on 8.

Ishaan left a mark

Against England, Ishan Kishan got the opportunity to open in place of Rohit Sharma and he played an unbeaten innings of 70 runs in just 46 balls, showing a brilliant game. Ishaan retired hurt and returned from the field. Ishaan Philball is in very good form and has presented his strong claim for the first match against Pakistan.

England batting well

After losing the toss, England played a good game. Jason Roy and captain Jos Buttler added 36 runs for the first wicket. This partnership was broken by Mohammed Shami by dismissing Butler (18). In the very next over, he gave another blow to England by taking the wicket of Roy (17). India got its third success by bowling David Malan (18) by Rahul Chahar. Now the team's score was 77 runs for the loss of 3 wickets. Jonny Bairstow and Liam Livingstone did the job of handling England's innings. Both added 52 runs for the fourth wicket. This partnership was broken by Shami by the dismissal of Livingstone (30). Jonny Bairstow (49) was picked up by Jasprit Bumrah. England scored 188/5 in 20 overs.