India showed breath-taking all-round work to drift to a 10-wicket victory over England in the first ODI on Tuesday.
Opting to field, the speed bowling couple of Jasprit Bumrah (6/19 of 7.2 overs) and Mohammed Shami (3/31 of 7 overs) unleashed devastation to bundle out England for 110 in 25.2 overs. Captain Rohit Sharma (76 not out) and Shikhar Dhawan (31 not out) then played unbeaten shots as India chased down the target in 18.4 overs.
Prior, Jasprit Bumrah retired his career best figures in ODIs with 6 for 19 while Mohammed Shami took 3 for 31 as India bundled out England for 110 runs. Prasidh Krishna claimed the last one wicket. It is worth noting that Virat Kohli missed the game because of a groin strain, while Arshdeep Singh likewise stayed uninvolved because of an abdominal strain. With the win on Tuesday, India lead the three-match ODI series 1-0.
The choice during the toss delivered profits straight away as Jasprit Bumrah dismissed Jason Roy and Joe Root in the same over. In the meantime, Mohammed Shami helped him, excusing the likes of Ben Stokes. He ultimately wound up getting three, yet it was Bumrah who was the superstar as he went onto register crazy figures of 6/19.
Jasprit Bumrah delivered a sensational performance with the ball to set up a fantastic 10-wicket win for India in the first ODI at Kennington Oval. Bumrah showed his best bowling figures of 6/19 to destroy England for only 110, while India chased down the target with no sweat. Rohit Sharma scored an electrifying 76 runs* off 58 balls, while Shikhar Dhawan stayed unbeaten on 31.
Jasprit Bumrah has been named the Player of the Match for his bowling figures of 6 for 19. He was unplayable at times today and kept England under control starting from the beginning of the game. It is majorly significant that 6 for 19 are additionally his best figures in ODI cricket.
Accordingly, England were all out for 110, the highest scorer was Jos Buttler who had 30 to his name.
England: 110 all out in 20 overs (Jos Butter 30; Jasprit Bumrah 6/19; Mohammed Shami 3/31).
India: 114 for no loss in 18.4 overs (Rohit Sharma 76 not out, Shikhar Dhawan 31 not out).
Most ODI hundred stands for any wicket:
• Sourav Ganguly-Sachin Tendulkar, 26 in 176 stands (15%)
• Tillakaratne Dilshan-Kumar Sangakkara, 20 in 108 stands (19%)
• Shikhar Dhawan-Rohit Sharma, 18 in 144 stands (13%)
• Virat Kohli-Rohit Sharma, 18 in 80 stands (23%)