IND vs ENG 1st ODI: India Won With 188 Balls To Spare After England Was Bundled Out For The Minimum Score Of 110. After the havoc of Jasprit Bumrah, India won the match by ten wickets with Rohit Sharma’s smoky innings. Career-best bowling from pacer Jasprit Bumrah (6 off 19) and scintillating innings by skipper Rohit Sharma (76 not out) followed by a stellar performance from Mohammed Shami (3 off 31) helped India beat hosts England with 188 balls to spare in the first ODI. defeated by 10 wickets. With this, India took a 1-0 lead in the three-match ODI series.
In the match played here on Tuesday, Indian captain Rohit Sharma won the toss and decided to field first and the Indian bowlers proved it right. In front of Bumrah and Shami, England had lost five wickets for only 26 runs. Then the team was bundled out for just 110 runs in 25.2 overs. Six England batsmen could not even open the account. In reply, India won the match by scoring 114 runs in 18.4 overs with the innings of Rohit and Shikhar Dhawan (31 not out).
Minimum score against India
110 runs is England’s minimum score against India in ODI cricket. Earlier, the England team was bundled out for 125 against India in the 2006 ICC Champions Trophy match in Jaipur.
Jasprit Bumrah’s havoc
India’s pace battery duo Mohammed Shami and Jasprit Bumrah wreaked havoc on England in the very beginning and the situation was that the hosts had lost three wickets for seven.
In the second over itself, Team India gave the first blow to England, when Jason Roy got inside edge in the process of playing a shot on Jasprit Bumrah’s ball. And the ball went straight into the stump. England was taking wicket after wicket here and England’s top order went on complete collapse.
Shami’s 150 wickets
Indian pacer Mohammed Shami completed 150 wickets in the 50-over format with three wickets in the first ODI against England on Tuesday. He has beaten veteran players like Ajit Agarkar and Zaheer Khan. Shami became the first Indian to complete the fastest 150 wickets in ODIs. He has completed 150 wickets in 80 ODIs.
Before Shami, the fastest Indian to take 150 wickets in ODI cricket was Ajit Agarkar, who did this feat by playing 97 matches, while Zaheer Khan took 150 wickets in 103 matches, but Mohammed Shami made history by reaching this point in 80 matches.
Unmatched opening partnership: Dhawan-Rohit complete 5000 runs
Rohit Sharma remained unbeaten on 76 in this match. Indian opener Shikhar Dhawan and Rohit Sharma have become the second Indian pair to do so as an opening pair in ODIs. England lost their sweat in dismissing the pair of Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan, both of whom achieved this target only in the 19th over.
Dhawan and Rohit have scored 5108 runs in 112 matches. In this case, the pair of Sachin Tendulkar and Sourav Ganguly is at the top, who have scored a total of 6609 runs in 136 ODIs. Overall, the pair of Rohit-Dhawan is at number four.