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 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. 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 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 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. 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
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Earlier, Jason Roy (40) and Jonny Bairstow (38) provided a quick start to England's innings as they put on 69 for the opening wicket off 62 balls. Umesh (1/63) and Siddarth Kaul found some swing with the new ball, but failed to provide early breakthroughs.
India vs England head to head in ODIs
Total Matches: 98
Total Matches: 40
No result: 3
Here who said what before India vs England 2nd ODI match at Lords in London:
On a roll, Kuldeep confident of getting nod for opening Test against England: In-form India spinner Kuldeep Yadav hopes he has done enough to stake a claim in the playing eleven for the opening Test against England at Birmingham. Kuldeep has been on a roll in the limited overs leg of the tour UK tour, amassing 18 wickets in five games including the two T20s against Ireland. He was all over the England batsmen in the opening ODI yesterday, ending the game with a career-best six for 25. I am hoping to get the Test call, and then let's see what happens when the squad is announced in the next couple days, said Kuldeep referring to the first Test beginning on August 1.
Virat Kohli currently best batsman because Smith not there, says Ricky Ponting: Former Australian skipper Ricky Ponting believes India captain Virat Kohli is currently the best batsman in the world only because Steve Smith is serving a year-long ban for his role in ball tampering at a Cape Town Test. Asked who is the number one batsman in the world, Ponting said: "Right now, he (Kohli) is because Steve Smith is not there. "(But) if Steve Smith was playing now, I'd have him as the number one player in the world," he said at Channel Seven's cricket season launch. Ponting believes Smith's contribution in Australia's many victories, especially at the Ashes, makes him a better batsman than Kohli.
We might be tempted to play Kuldeep, Chahal in Tests too, says Kohli: India captain Virat Kohli is tempted to play his 'key weapons' Kuldeep Yadav and Yuzvendra Chahal in the upcoming five-Test series against England, considering the wrists spinners' stellar performance in the ongoing limited-overs leg of the tour. While Kuldeep has already played two Tests, Chahal is yet to earn the coveted cap in the longest version of the game. "Anything is possible with the selections for Tests and there might be a few surprises. Kuldeep is making a strong case for himself and so is Chahal. And looking at the way, the English batsmen have struggled against them, we might be tempted to do it," said Kohli after India's emphatic win in the opening ODI.