India vs England T20 2022, Virat Kohli, Rohit Sharma, Jadeja, Bumrah, Bhuvneshwar Highlights

India vs England T20 2022, Virat Kohli, Rohit Sharma, Jadeja, Bumrah, Bhuvneshwar Highlights India defeated England for 121 in the second T20I at Edgbaston thanks to three-wicket hauls from "Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Jasprit Bumrah, and Yuzvendra Chahal", who also contributed two wickets each. With the victory, India secured a 2-0 series lead over England. After being put in with Rishabh Pant starting for the first time in T20Is, and Rohit Sharma bowling, India reached 49 in 4.5 overs. As a result of the debutant Richard Gleeson's three wickets in the space of 10 deliveries, England reclaimed the initiative in the middle overs. Chris Jordan knocked out Suryakumar Yadav and Hardik Pandya in back-to-back deliveries, dropping India to 89 for 5 in the 11th over.

Ravindra Jadeja took Axar Patel's spot in the starting lineup, and he later smashed an unbeaten 46 off 29 balls to lead India to 170 for 8. Even though it wasn't technically a winning total given the small square boundaries (64 meters on each side), Bhuvneshwar sent Jason Roy and Jos Buttler back cheaply to hinder England's chase. After then, England never recovered and collapsed to 61 for 6 in 11 overs. As the game came to a finish, Harshal Patel yorked No. 11, Matt Parkinson, with three overs remaining.

India vs England T20 2022

On the first pitch of the innings, Rohit attempted a hoick over midwicket against David Willey. His only success was an outside edge past the slip fielder. Two balls later, he slashed at a full and wide delivery that Roy missed by a yard, near the backward point. There were eight balls that Rohit was unable to handle out of the twenty that he faced.

The runs came thick and rapidly when he connected though because of the field's restrictions. Both Willey and Moeen Ali were out after scoring two fours in the space of three balls. His 155 total strikeout rate resulted in 31 runs scored.

Gleeson, Jordan

Gleeson made his England T20I debut earlier in the day, becoming the third-oldest player at 34 years and 219 days. When he sent Rohit back in his very first over, he enhanced the memory of his day. The pull was top-edged by the India skipper, and Buttler finished the grab by racing backward.

To dismiss Kohli, Dawid Malan grabbed an even greater catch on the first ball of Gleeson's subsequent over. The ball was skyed behind backward point despite the batter's attempt to smash a length ball over wide long-on. Malan rushed backward, just like Buttler, and executed a full-length dive to grab it with both hands. He was close to the approaching deep-third fielder as he finished the catch.

By that point, Pant had improved to 26 off 14 balls, utilizing both his feet and spinners while demonstrating his superb mental condition by picking up a four with a late cut. He also gave Gleeson a charge, but due to his confined space, he handed Buttler the inside edge.

Hardik managed to play out the hat-trick ball, but for the remainder of the over, which ended up being a double-wicket maiden, he appeared uneasy against the additional bounce. Nevertheless, he and Suryakumar led India to 86 for 3 at the midway point, but Jordan quickly picked them off. Hardik guided delivery of just a few inches to the backward point after Suryakumar mishandled a pull to deep midwicket.


India makes an effort to have Dinesh Karthik bat mostly in the final five overs of the innings. But even in the 11th over, he was in the middle. He needed eight balls to begin, and after 14 balls, he was on 7. He was eventually running out for 12 off of 17.

But Jadeja kept the scoreboard updated. He also benefited from England's shoddy fielding, as Harry Brook's error gave him his maiden boundary and Jos Buttler failed to catch a possible stumping attempt by Liam Livingstone when he was on 12.

Jadeja made the most of the opportunity and forged crucial alliances with the lower class. He even declined a single a few times in the last over to maintain the strike. His efforts ensured that India scored 55 runs in the final five overs.

Bhuvneshwar Kumar

The new ball appeared to be moving briefly as the England seamers were bowling. Bhuvneshwar, though, was the only one who used it to the most extent. His opening pitch was a wicket-maiden. With an outswinger on the first ball of the pursuit, he managed to catch Roy at first slip. He beat Malan's outside edge three times over the course of the next five rounds, once hitting Malan in the pads.

The movement was stopped by Malan's use of his feet during Bhuvneshwar's subsequent over, causing Pant to stand up to the stumps. After two balls, Buttler attempted to hit a long ball with his bat, but it kissed the toe of his bat and landed in Pant's gloves.

Jasprit Bumrah

Like he typically does these days, Livingstone got things going quickly and aggressively by hitting two consecutive fours against Bhuvneshwar. He hit another boundary off Hardik in the fourth over. Bumrah, though, stopped his counterattacking knock in its tracks with a skillfully sent slower ball.

When bowling an off-cutter, many seamers slide their fingers over the ball. In contrast, Bumrah employs more of his wrist than his fingers to achieve the same result with minimizing tell. Livingstone mishandled the ball, allowing the ball to creep in between the bat and the pad and peg back his off stump.

Prior to Bumrah's return to remove Sam Curran with yet another sluggish delivery, Chahal had already dismissed Brook and Malan. The all-rounder holed out to mid-off after misfiring a lofted ball. England was now 60 for 6, effectively out of the game.

For a moment, Moeen and Willey flickered, but the needed rate had surpassed 13. Even when Moeen and Jordan misplayed successive balls,

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