Player of the Match
Player of the Match
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    4.4 and another! Now Cook's on his way. Almost guiding the ball to the fine gully. The delivery had some width, Cook went for the cut and couldn't have picked out Raina much better. Neat, low catch. 16/2
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    4.1 what a cracker! Excellent delivery, swinging back into Hales from outside off, he's caught in the crease, there's a sizeable gap between bat and pad because he likes to stand on leg stump...the ball cannons it off stump. It was his first real big in-ducker of the day. Clever stuff 15/1
    7.6 three down! Change of angle works. Full delivery outside off, angled into Ballance who aims to flick into the leg side and gets a leading edge which loops gently to cover 23/3
    32.5 another wicket to a sweep! A reverse one, this time. The ball was outside off, Root couldn't keep the ball down - although not sure if he was actually trying to - it comes off a top edge and loops to short third man. Awful timing for England. And the field was set for the reverse sweep 114/5
    28.2 oh Morgan has played this straight into the hands of the leg gully fielder! It was turning in and the batsman goes across to whip it straight to Raina, who takes a comfortable catch. That fielder has been there all summer and this is the first time I have seen him take a catch. Raina can't do anything wrong in the field, can he? 103/4
    39.3 he's done it! Shami does the trick. Massive blow. It was a length delivery, just nips back off the seam, takes Buttler above the knee roll. Paul Reiffel gives the decision. Hawk Eye says it was going over, by a fair distance 164/6
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    46.5 he makes room and too much room! Misses this quicker one and loses his middle stump. He was trying to go inside out 201/8
    44.6 Woakes can keep running away to the pavilion! It is Raina again! Moeen cuts it fine to short third man and Raina charges in to hit the stumps direct. How can one man be everywhere? 194/7
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    47.3 slower this time, and it takes down the off stump! Finn was aiming for the Birmingham University with a slog sweep, can't say he succeeded. 202/9
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    49.3 full and that hits the middle! The batsman was making room and was swinging across the line.. Third wicket for Shami 206/10
    Extras
    14 (lb 5, w 9)
    TOTAL
    206 all out (49.3 Overs, RR: 4.16)
    Fall of wickets: 1-15 (AD Hales, 4.1 ov), 2-16 (AN Cook, 4.4 ov), 3-23 (GS Ballance, 7.6 ov), 4-103 (EJG Morgan, 28.2 ov), 5-114 (JE Root, 32.5 ov), 6-164 (JC Buttler, 39.3 ov), 7-194 (CR Woakes, 44.6 ov), 8-201 (MM Ali, 46.5 ov), 9-202 (ST Finn, 47.3 ov), 10-206 (HF Gurney, 49.3 ov)
    BowlingOMRWEcon0s4s6sWDNB
    B Kumar831421.75422010
    DS Kulkarni703505.00234010
    Mohammed Shami7.312833.73324010
    R Ashwin1004814.80322220
    RA Jadeja1004024.00281010
    SK Raina703615.14160110

Match Notes

India in England

18

Number of 50+ opening stands for India in England - the most in a country away from home

India's openers arrive

1

This is India's first half-century opening partnership on this tour to England

England defending

3-4

England's win-loss record in ODIs after batting first and being bowled out for a score between 190 and 210

Late lift

121

Most runs scored by England in the last 10 overs of the innings, since 2001. Today, this will take them to 285

Ashwin v Morgan

4

No. of times Ashwin has dismissed Morgan in 7 ODI innings. Morgan has scored only 26 off 49 balls (SR 53) against him

200 calling?

0

Number of times England have scored 200 against India after losing three wickets for 25 or less

Shaky start

5

Number of times in 90 games England have lost 3 wickets for 25 or less v India - last time was in 2006

Starting trouble

8

Number of different opening batsmen England have used in the last year - more than any other team

India v England

2-1

India lead the head-to-head against England in ODIs at Edgbaston