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1st ODI, Nottingham, Jul 12 2018, India tour of England
(40.1/50 ov)269/2
India won by 8 wickets (with 59 balls remaining)
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• The Report by Sidharth Monga

Rohit leads India romp after Kuldeep's 6 for 25

As in his first T20I in the country, Kuldeep Yadav flummoxed the vaunted England batting in his first ODI in England, to keep the hosts down to 268 at a venue where the last two completed ODIs featured scores of 481 and 444

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Scorer: @Cricket_Lama
Commentator: Andrew McGlashan
Scorecard summary
England268/10(49.5 overs)
Jos Buttler53 (51)
Ben Stokes50 (103)
Umesh Yadav2/70(9.5)
India269/2(40.1 overs)
Rohit Sharma*137 (114)
Virat Kohli75 (82)
Adil Rashid1/62(10)
Moeen Ali1/60(8.1)

India win by eight wickets to take the series lead and it's been a thumping performance. Once they broke England's opening stand India never looked back. Kuldeep Yadav the man who did most of the damage but India's other bowlers ensured England could never get away from them with the bat. Jos Buttler and Ben Stokes managed to build a middle-order platform, but there was no late explosion this time. Then with the bat it was a cakewalk for India, led by another masterful hundred from Rohit Sharma and a lovely innings from Virat Kohli. They have laid down yet another marker. Will England be able to bounce back at Lord's in two days?

Meet: "@Mel... the fact that India restricted England to such score without their best death bowlers (B gang) is quite impressive. All kudos to young Kuldeep but, Indian batsmen are playing fluently in this series as well. Ability to play spin is one factor, but not the only factor."

Steve: "And to think just a week ago English sport looked so pink and fluffy and filled us with a warm fuzzy feeling......sigh."

Allen Turing: "With all the talks of Merlyn waving his magic, England are missing one major point here. They are trying too hard to play the spin, rather than picking the spin out of the hand. The moment you start playing off the pitch, well no explanation needed."

We'll bring you the presentations shortly...Eoin Morgan "Certainly not our best day we've had here, full credit to India they completely outplayed us. Playing against spin is a challenge we will hopefully continue to improve on. We might need to sit in or a better way to play him...think Lord's will be different. He [Kuldeep] extracted more turn than any other spinner. Our playing against spin will have to improve. To be honest, between now and the World Cup we need to expose our areas of weakness and this is one of them."

Virat Kohli "As clinical as it can be. We knew it was a really good wicket but wrist spin in the middle overs would be tricky. When they have 10 overs then know they have the skills to have an impact. Kuldeep was outstanding, I don't think I've seen a better ODI spell in a while. We want him confident because we know he can be a matchwinner - 50 over cricket, if you don't get wickets it's very difficult. [Kuldeep for the Test side?] There might be a few surprises there, we have a few days to pick the Test side. Looking at the England batsmen struggling we might be tempted to do that. The weather has been lovely, very welcoming. It's been good so far. It doesn't feel like we away from home. There's some tough cricket in front of us."

The Man of the Match is Kuldeep Yadav "For me it's a big day. I started pretty well, luckily I got some early wickets. For me it doesn't matter where I'm playing. There was a little bit of turn. After the first over I felt in the game. If you are using your variations it's more difficult for the batsmen. I'm hoping for the Test squad, let's see."

So first honours to India in the one-day series, as it was in the T20s. Sid Monga's report will be here shortly. The series now moves to Lord's on Saturday. We'll be back to bring you all the action but for now, from Miller and Gnasher, it's goodbye and thanks for joining us.

40.1
1
Ali to Rahul, 1 run

and there's the victory, hacks a full delivery through the leg side

40.1
1w
Ali to Rahul, 1 wide

fired way down the leg side, a massive wide

end of over 409 runs
INDIA: 267/2CRR: 6.67 RRR: 0.20 • Need 2 from 60b
KL Rahul8 (17)
Rohit Sharma137 (114)
Joe Root1-0-9-0
Moeen Ali8-0-58-1
39.6
1
Root to Rahul, 1 run

steered through the off side

39.5
Root to Rahul, no run

digs out a full delivery back down the pitch

39.4
1
Root to Rohit Sharma, 1 run

worked into the leg side

39.4
5w
Root to Rohit Sharma, 5 wide

oops, that's flung way down the leg side, Buttler can't get across to cut it off...sums up England's day

39.3
2
Root to Rohit Sharma, 2 runs

wider outside off, steered through backward point with an open face

39.2
Root to Rohit Sharma, no run

full outside leg stump, swept to short fine leg

39.1
Root to Rohit Sharma, no run

pushed to the on side

Root into the attack

end of over 399 runs
INDIA: 258/2CRR: 6.61 RRR: 1.00 • Need 11 from 11 overs
KL Rahul7 (15)
Rohit Sharma134 (110)
Moeen Ali8-0-58-1
David Willey5-0-25-0
38.6
Ali to Rahul, no run

nudged into midwicket

38.5
1
Ali to Rohit Sharma, 1 run

eased down the ground to long-on

38.4
4
Ali to Rohit Sharma, FOUR runs

this short, quick footwork gets him into position, he rocks and and pulls to deep midwicket

38.3
2
Ali to Rohit Sharma, 2 runs

goes over the off side, more placement than power, drops between mid-off running back and deep cover coming around

Mel: "They may not have impressed today but I wouldn't be writing Englands obituary either. The difference between these two teams is one thing - the ability to play spin. It is late but if England can figure out how to handle it - or at least not lose wickets, then the series could get more competitive. I'm sure they are glad they are realizing this now rather than in the tests."

38.2
1
Ali to Rahul, 1 run

clipped from full outside down the ground

38.1
1
Ali to Rohit Sharma, 1 run

leans forward and taps to the off side

end of over 383 runs
INDIA: 249/2CRR: 6.55 RRR: 1.67 • Need 20 from 12 overs
Rohit Sharma126 (106)
KL Rahul6 (13)
David Willey5-0-25-0
Adil Rashid10-0-62-1

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37.6
1
Willey to Rohit Sharma, 1 run

full and straight, driven firmly to mid-off on the edge of the circle

37.5
1
Willey to Rahul, 1 run

short outside off, drags the pull to deep midwicket

37.4
Willey to Rahul, no run

driven to mid-off

37.3
1
Willey to Rohit Sharma, 1 run

full at middle and leg, squeezed into the covers

Jerin: "Rohit is the grandad of daddy hundreds. Imagine India was batting first today"

37.2
Willey to Rohit Sharma, no run

good length at off stump, pushed to mid-off

Best performances - batters
Rohit Sharma portrait
RG Sharma INDIA
137 runs (114)
15 fours
4 sixes
Control92%
Productive shot
cover drive
21 runs
3 fours
0 six
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Virat Kohli player portrait
V Kohli INDIA
75 runs (82)
7 fours
0 six
Control87%
Productive shot
cover drive
22 runs
4 fours
0 six
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Best performances - bowlers
Kuldeep Yadav portrait
Kuldeep Yadav INDIA
O
10
M
0
R
25
W
6
ECO
2.5
  • FT
  • Y
  • F
  • G
  • SG
  • S
OFFLEG
RHB
1W1W
1W1W
LEGOFF
LHB
1W
1W
Umesh Yadav portrait
UT Yadav INDIA
O
9.5
M
0
R
70
W
2
ECO
7.11
  • FT
  • Y
  • F
  • G
  • SG
  • S
OFFLEG
RHB
1W
LEGOFF
LHB
1W
Match details
Trent Bridge, Nottingham
TossIndia, elected to field first
SeriesIndia tour of England
Season2018
Player Of The Match
Kuldeep Yadav
Kuldeep Yadav
Series resultIndia led the 3-match series 1-0
Match numberODI no. 4014
Hours of play (local time)12.30 start, First Session 12.30-16.00 Interval 16.00-16.45, Second Session 16.45-20.15
Match days12 July 2018 - day(50-over match)
ODI debut
Siddarth Kaul
Siddarth Kaul
Umpires
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Ruchira Palliyaguruge
England Image
Tim Robinson
TV Umpire
Australia Image
Bruce Oxenford
Reserve Umpire
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Alex Wharf
Match Referee
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David Boon