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    18.3 and Jadeja provides the breakthrough. The most economical bowler on the day produces an impatient shot, and gets the stumping. That drop from Yadav hasn't cost them much. Roy leaves the crease too early, Jadeja fires one in. Roy plays a defensive shot because he is not to the pitch of the ball, but he plays for the turn. The ball goes straight on past the inside edge, and Dhoni is not one to miss these stumpings 108/2
    run out (Bumrah)
    9
    18
    1
    0
    50.00
    41.4 misjudged to begin with but Pandya adjusts well to take the catch at long-on. Another wily slower ball from Bumrah, Root clears the front leg to slog this length ball straight to long-on. Pandya has started to run in, then realises it is sailing over, and then backtracks to take it overhead 244/5
    26.6 Nandan has not given it, and India have reviewed it. Dhoni generally doesn't appeal frivolously and this time he looks dead sure. Short of a length, angling away, and Morgan looks to open his face. He gets an edge through to Dhoni, and Nandadn has to overturn his call for a second time today. Just slight seam after pitching middle and leg, and kisses the edge 157/3
    37.5 and Pandya sticks to his guns well enough. He has been bowling with mid-on and mid-off up, and has not given them even one drive ball. Buttler looks to manufacture one to a ball just short of a length, and doesn;t get enough of bat to it. Caught overhead at mid-off by Dhawan. India strike again with England looking to run away from them 220/4
    47.1 Bumrah gets a wicket. Will this slow England down? Bouncer from over the wicket. A good one. At his left shoulder. Stokes mis-hits the pull and finds deep midwicket. That innings has turned the momentum for England 317/6
    28
    17
    3
    1
    164.70
    48.4 Moeen tries to be too cute and he is bowled. He looks for a reverse paddle sweep to a leg-side yorker and plays it on to his middle and off. Played off the back of the bat 336/7
    not out
    9
    6
    1
    0
    150.00
    not out
    10
    5
    0
    1
    200.00
    0
    0
    0
    0
    -
    Extras
    22 (b 1, w 6, nb 4, lb 11)
    TOTAL
    350/7 (50 Overs, RR: 7.0)
    Did not bat: JT Ball, AU Rashid
    BowlingOMRWEcon0s4s6s
    UT Yadav7.006319.00571
    HH Pandya9.004625.11820
    JJ Bumrah10.007927.90813
    RA Jadeja10.005015.00402
    R Ashwin8.006307.87022
    KM Jadhav4.002305.75311
    Yuvraj Singh2.001407.00301
    Fall of wickets:1-39 (AD Hales, 6.2 ov), 2-108 (JJ Roy, 18.3 ov), 3-157 (EJG Morgan, 26.6 ov), 4-220 (JC Buttler, 37.5 ov), 5-244 (JE Root, 41.4 ov), 6-317 (BA Stokes, 47.1 ov), 7-336 (MM Ali, 48.4 ov)
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    5.5 the crowd is stunned. Willey spears this in really full. It swings in late, beats the shot on the inside and flattens the middle stump 24/2
    3.6 Willey gets his man. The swing does it even though this is not a regulation swing dismissal. Dhawan goes hard for a cover drive, but the ball swings and takes a thick edge of the bat to carry all the way to third man. Moeen takes it on the third go as it threatens to slip out of the hands 13/1
    36.2 oh Kohli for once has failed to finish off a chase. It's that man Stokes again, but is it too late? Kohli has played a modern classic here. Slower short ball, he looks to pull from outside off, and gets a top edge. Kohli knows he has made a mistake and his head falls away right away. Willey takes the catch at cover, and the crowd stands up for a great innings. Kohli acknowledges the crowd's response but he is bitterly disappointed he is not there when the winning runs are hit 263/5
    10.2 finally Nandan gets one right but this is such a bonus for England. This ball doesn't deserve a wicket. A gentle length ball pitched outside leg. Yuvraj moves a touch too far inside, and gets a tickle through to the keeper. What a big bonus for England here. Yuvraj looked in good touch. Okay, on second thoughts, is it the threat of the short ball that had him moving back and across too far? The more I think about it, I think it is the threat of the short ball in Yuvraj's mind that has resulted in this wicket 56/3
    11.5 and Ball gets him with the ball short of a length and that cramps him up. Dhoni premeditates, walks down the wicket, has nowhere to go as Ball pitches short, and the top edge lobs up for a catch at midwicket. There is a morgue-like silence at the ground 63/4
    39.5 you can hear a pin drop in the stands. Jadhav has pulled one straight to deep square leg. England receive the boost but Jadhav is not worried about showing emotion. He calls Pandya through for a chat. And the crowd doesn't react nearly as generously as it did to Kohli when he was walking off. This has been a great innings. Just a shame about the cramps. England stay alive here 291/6
    not out
    40
    37
    3
    1
    108.10
    44.1 Jadeja has thrown it away. He is a better batsman than this. He can score a run a ball. He clears the front leg and pulls from wide outside off. Toe-ends this to mid-on. India leave the door open 318/7
    not out
    15
    10
    0
    1
    150.00
    Extras
    16 (b 1, w 11, lb 4)
    TOTAL
    356/7 (48.1 Overs, RR: 7.39)
    Did not bat: UT Yadav, JJ Bumrah
    BowlingOMRWEcon0s4s6s
    CR Woakes8.004405.50241
    DJ Willey6.004727.83310
    JT Ball10.006736.70630
    BA Stokes10.007327.30440
    AU Rashid5.0050010.00301
    MM Ali6.104807.78111
    JE Root3.002207.33201
    Fall of wickets:1-13 (S Dhawan, 3.6 ov), 2-24 (KL Rahul, 5.5 ov), 3-56 (Yuvraj Singh, 10.2 ov), 4-63 (MS Dhoni, 11.5 ov), 5-263 (V Kohli, 36.2 ov), 6-291 (KM Jadhav, 39.5 ov), 7-318 (RA Jadeja, 44.1 ov)

India and chasing

3

No. of times India have successfully chased targets of 350 or more in ODIs, including today. All other teams combined have won chasing only three such targets.

Jadhav's quick ton

4

No. of quicker centuries by India batsmen in ODIs than Kedar Jadhav's 65-ball effort. Kohli has 2 of those (52 & 61 balls) while Sehwag (60) and Yuvraj (64) are others.

Kohli equals Tendulkar

17

No. of centuries for Kohli in ODI chases - joint-most by any batsman along with Sachin Tendulkar.

Jadhav's rapid fifty

1

No. of quicker ODI 50s for India against England than Jadhav's 29-ball effort. Dhoni had made a 50 in 26 balls in Cardiff in 2011.

Kohli continues

10

No. of 50+ scores for Kohli in his last 14 ODI innings, including today. However, this is his first fifty in 10 ODIs against England; ave of 16.9 in last 9 inns v Eng.

Long ago

2005

Last instance of India openers aggregating less than 10 runs in a home ODI, vs SA in Hyderabad (3 runs). Rahul (8) & Dhawan (1) added only 9 runs today.

Openers return cheaply

9

Runs scored by Ind openers - 8 by Rahul and 1 by Dhawan - their lowest in 49 ODIs. Last time the openers added fewer runs was v Ban in Dhaka in 2014.

Blasting finish

105

Runs added by England in the last 8 overs of this inns - their 2nd most in any away match and 4th highest since 2001. They climbed from 245 in 42 overs to 350 in 50.

Stokes in a hurry

33

Balls for Stokes' 50, the fastest for England against India. The previous quickest was 35 balls, by Owais Shah and Flintoff

Consistent Root

9

Fifty-plus scores for Joe Root in his last 15 ODI innings - 2 hundreds and 7 fifties. In his last 8 innings he has 6 fifties

Roy's quick 50

36

Balls for Jason Roy's half-century; only two England batsmen have got quicker 50s in ODIs v India - Owais Shah and Flintoff (35 balls each)