• BATSMEN
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    6.2 tossed up slow, wide of off, and Mishra has answered India's call. Not the brightest of shots, looks to slog-sweep, but it's far too wide outside off, and far too slow, and it drops shorter than he'd like, turns sharply, and the top edge balloons almost vertically, allowing Dhoni to take a few steps to his left and catch it near where a short leg may have stood 55/2
    1.3 they're checking if this is a clean catch. Full, angling into the stumps. Looks to clip into the leg side and inside-edges into pad. Lobs up and slip dives forward to catch it two-handed. Anil Choudhury soft-signals not out. It's inside-edge, then boot, then pad. Raina dives forward and seems to have taken it cleanly, and it's out. I think the umpire may have felt the ball bounced into ground before hitting pad, but that clearly wasn't the case, as replays showed 8/1
    42
    60
    37
    4
    2
    113.51
    13.4 and Chahal has two in two! This one comes out of the front of his hand. Looks like some sort of flipper. Root goes for the pull, but it isn't quite short enough for it. Hurries through, hits the back pad. Not sure if it hit in line with off stump or slightly outside, but umpire Choudhury has no doubts. Replays show that hit right in line with off stump 119/4
    13.3 googly, starts from wide outside off, and forces Morgan to fetch the slog sweep against the turn and against the angle. Top-edges it, and Pant takes his first international catch, moving to his right from deep midwicket and sliding on his knees 119/3
    14.2 dug in short outside off, and Buttler is gone! Looks to fetch the pull from outside off, and it hurries through quicker than he expects, loops up off the top edge, and Kohli runs from mid-off towards mid-on to take a well-judged running catch. England are capitulating 119/5
    15.4 and another. Chahal has four in two overs. Short ball, pulled away in the air, and Raina takes that right on the edge of the rope, with both hands above his head. Had to jump jusy a touch, and then, as he turns to see where he is, loses his balance slightly, but manages to steady himself and stay inside the rope. Just inside. His toe was so, so close to the boundary cushions. They check with the third umpire, who confirms that Chahal has a five-wicket haul 127/7
    15.1 down the track, and now Moeen holes out. Chahal fires it across him, forces him to fetch the slog from wide outside off. Googly too. Ends up top-edging it high in the air, and Kohli jogs in from long-on to take another 123/6
    16.1 I can't keep up with which batsman is coming in and which batsman is getting dismissed. And off who. Bumrah is the bowler, I think, and he bowls one just on the perfect length to hit top of off stump if the batsman misses. Liam Plunkett is the batsman, I think, and he heaves across the line and misses 127/9
    15.6 steps out, and Chahal has a six-for. Doesn't get to the pitch, Jordan, and he slogs against the turn and misses by a long way. Dhoni grabs the ball outside off and rips out all the stumps 127/8
    not out
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    0
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    16.3 full, aiming for middle stump. Mills gives himself room to try and smash that down the ground. He only manages a thick edge, and Kohli takes a super catch, it's flying to him at a great speed, straight at his face, and he takes it, falling to his left 127/10
    Extras
    5 (lb 2, w 3)
    TOTAL
    127 all out (16.3 Overs, RR: 7.69)
    Fall of wickets: 1-8 (SW Billings, 1.3 ov), 2-55 (JJ Roy, 6.2 ov), 3-119 (EJG Morgan, 13.3 ov), 4-119 (JE Root, 13.4 ov), 5-119 (JC Buttler, 14.2 ov), 6-123 (MM Ali, 15.1 ov), 7-127 (BA Stokes, 15.4 ov), 8-127 (CJ Jordan, 15.6 ov), 9-127 (LE Plunkett, 16.1 ov), 10-127 (TS Mills, 16.3 ov)
    BowlingOMRWEcon0s4s6sWDNB
    A Nehra3.012408.00105010
    YS Chahal4.002566.25132100
    JJ Bumrah2.301435.6072000
    A Mishra4.002315.75102010
    HH Pandya2.001708.5050200
    SK Raina1.0022022.0000310

Match Details

  • M.Chinnaswamy Stadium, Karnataka State Cricket Association, Mahatma Gandhi Road, Bangalore - 560001

Toss

England , elected to field first

Series result

India won the 3-match series 2-1

Player of the match

Player of the series

Match number

Season

Match days

01 February 2017 - night match (20-over match)

T20I debut

Reserve Umpire

Match Referee

Match Notes

What a turnaround!

8

No. of runs for which England lost their last 8 wickets, the second-worst 8-wkt collapse in history of International cricket. NZ had lost 8 for 5 runs v Aus in a Test in 1946.

Hosts back in the game

3

Wickets lost by England in a span of six deliveries, without getting any run - Morgan, Root and Buttler were the batsmen out between overs 13.3 and 14.2.

England ahead

86

England's score at the end of tenth over. India made 78runs at the same stage. Both were two-down at that point.

Longest wait

76

No. of T20Is MS Dhoni has played to score his maiden T20I fifty, easily the most by any batsman. The previous highest was 42 matches by Ireland's Gary Wilson.

After a long wait

2010

Last time Raina scored a fifty in T20Is, before this. This was his first such score in 38 innings.

Three sixes in Powerplays

3

No. of India batsmen to hit 3 or more sixes in the Powerplays in T20Is, including Raina today. Sehwag hit 4 vs NZ in 2009 and Rohit 3 vs WI in 2016.

Fielding again

3

No. of times in this series England have won the toss. They have chosen to field all the three times.

India's youngest

0

No. of players younger than Rishabh Pant to play for India in T20Is, who makes his debut at 19 years, 120 days. Ishant (19y, 152d) was previous youngest.