India vs England: 2nd T20I, Action in Pictures

Player of the match award has given to debutant Ishan Kishan for his brilliant knock of 50 runs for India in the run chase of 164 runs.

After the lose in first match of five series match T20I, India has won the match by seven wickets. As toss goes in the favour of team India, decided to bowl first to chase the target.

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In the first over of match Bhuvneshwar Kumar has given a big blow to the England team to inform batsman Jos Buttler.

Highlights: Suryakumar Yadav and Ishan Kishan is a debutant on Sunday match.

India vs England 2nd T20I

Ishan Kishan the debutant and Indian captain Virat Kohli scored fifties in the run chase as India levelled the series 1-1. Ishan Kishan and Virat Kohli put up 94 runs stand for second wicket partnership. England lost their six wickets in their innings and scored 164 runs in 20 overs.

Jason Roy and Dawid Malan has shared 63 runs off 47 balls to take England innings forward but the horrible looking set up was broken by Yuzvendra Chahal in the ninth over when he trapped Malan in LBW which was not given out by umpire but India got the review right on this occasion. After that England was unable to make his comeback in and over the innings.

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After the first breakthrough by Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Washington Sundar and Shardul Thakur took 2 wickets each. Once again Sundar stopped Jason Roy to complete his Half-century. Jason Roy has scored most runs for England.

Indian innings has also started with a big wicket of Lokesh Rahul taken by Sam Curran and also completed his first over maiden but after that Ishan Kishan has palyed a sensational innings of 56 runs in just 32 balls and started his innings by hitting his first bowl boundary to Jofra Archer just after the Wicket while the Captain Virat Kohli made 73 runs not out off 49 balls to set up the win in 17.5 overs.

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On Sunday, all the things happened is in the favour of India, a bad luck for England.

 

Updated: March 15, 2021 — 1:46 pm

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