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Ind vs Eng 2nd ODI: England hand India a humiliating 86-runs defeat

The only bright spot for India was the fact that former captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni reached two personal milestones during the game by completing 10,000 runs and 300 catches.

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In the 2nd match of 3-match One Day International (ODI) series, England led by Eoin Morgan defeated Virat Kohli's India by massive 86 runs at Lords Cricket Ground in London on Saturday. India's famed batting line-up faltered in a competitive chase after Joe Root returned to form with a classy century to guide England to a series-levelling win. Chasing the massive target of 323 runs openers Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan gave India a solid start as they had 49-runs stand. Rohit Sharma (15 off 26 balls) high on two consecutive century tried to muscle Mark Wood out of the park but ...

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Ind vs Eng 2nd ODI: England hand India a humiliating 86-runs defeat

Over 50 India: 236-10   Runs Scored: 9 (2 0 0 2 Wd 4 W) David Willey bowls the last over of the match and Chahal playing with straight bat for no runs. Chahal smashed the 5th ball to get only outside edge which went past the keeper for four. Chahal tries to hit the last ball for 6 and get caught.  Chahal c Stokes b Willey 12(12) [4s-2] England won the 2nd ODI by 86 runs

Ind vs Eng 2nd ODI: England hand India a humiliating 86-runs defeat

Over 49 India: 222-9   Runs Scored: Maiden over Liam Plunkett bowls the penultimate over and Kuldeep Yadav playing defensive shots to showcase his skills for selection in Test series and plays the over in the classic test match fashion. 

Ind vs Eng 2nd ODI: England hand India a humiliating 86-runs defeat

Over 48 India: 222-9 Runs Scored: 5 (0 1 0 0 4 0) Chahal hit the 5th ball straight down the ground for FOUR and shows his bat to famous Lord's balcony with a big smile on the face  

Ind vs Eng 2nd ODI: England hand India a humiliating 86-runs defeat

Over 47 India: 222-9   Runs Scored: 7 (W 1 1 W 0 5Wd 0) Plunkett to Dhoni, OUT. Atlast Dhoni plays a aggresive shot and get perished. A sluggish ODI innings come to an end Dhoni c Stokes b Plunkett 37(59) [4s-2] Siddarth Kaul, right handed bat, comes to the crease and takes a single. Kuldeep Yadav takes a single off the next ball. Kaul OUT IBW S Kaul lbw b Plunkett 1(2) Yuzvendra Chahal, right handed bat, comes to the crease Chahal defends the first ball he faced. 5 WIDES.  India require 101 runs from 18 balls, RR: 4.72, RRR: 33.66

Ind vs Eng 2nd ODI: England hand India a humiliating 86-runs defeat

Over 46 India: 215-7   Runs Scored: 2 (0 0 0 0 Wd 1 0) David Willey bowls and Dhoni showing his test match skill not playing shot when requried rate is above 20 rpo. 

Ind vs Eng 2nd ODI: England hand India a humiliating 86-runs defeat

Over 45 India: 213-7   Runs Scored: 3 (0 0 1 0 1 1) Plunkett bowls and Dhoni showing how to play 50 overs without hitting a big shot India requires 110 runs from 30 balls, RR: 4.73, RRR: 22.00

Ind vs Eng 2nd ODI: England hand India a humiliating 86-runs defeat

Over 44 India: 210-7   Runs Scored: 2 (0 0 0 1 0 1) David Willey (6-0-30-1) is back into the attack and India trying not to get ALL OUT

Ind vs Eng 2nd ODI: England hand India a humiliating 86-runs defeat

10,000-plus ODI runs for India: Sachin Tendulkar: 18426 Sourav Ganguly: 11221 Rahul Dravid: 10768 MS Dhoni: 10000*

Ind vs Eng 2nd ODI: England hand India a humiliating 86-runs defeat

Over 43 India: 208-7 Runs Scored: 6 (4 1 0 0 0 1) Dhoni hit the first ball for FOUR and Dhoni takes a single to complete his 10,000 runs

Ind vs Eng 2nd ODI: England hand India a humiliating 86-runs defeat

Over 42 India: 202/7   Runs Scored: 5 (0 2 1 1 1 0)   Rashid Ali bowling his last over and concede only 5 runs, finishes with the figures of 10-0-38-2

Ind vs Eng 2nd ODI: England hand India a humiliating 86-runs defeat

Over 41 India: 197/7   Runs Scored: 3 (0 1 0 1 0 1) Plunkett concede only 3 runs as Dhoni failed to score big runs only rotating strike  

First Published: Sat, July 14 2018. 19:33 IST

Ind vs Eng 2nd ODI: England hand India a humiliating 86-runs defeat

The only bright spot for India was the fact that former captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni reached two personal milestones during the game by completing 10,000 runs and 300 catches.

In the 2nd match of 3-match One Day International (ODI) series, England led by Eoin Morgan defeated Virat Kohli's India by massive 86 runs at Lords Cricket Ground in London on Saturday. India's famed batting line-up faltered in a competitive chase after Joe Root returned to form with a classy century to guide England to a series-levelling win. Chasing the massive target of 323 runs openers Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan gave India a solid start as they had 49-runs stand. Rohit Sharma (15 off 26 balls) high on two consecutive century tried to muscle Mark Wood out of the park but ...

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