New Delhi: India defeated England by 36 runs in the last match of the 5 match series. With this victory, India won the series by 3–2. India, batting first in this match, gave England a big target of 225 runs. In response to this, England’s team was able to score only 188 runs after losing 8 wickets.
India gave a target of 225 runs to England
The Indian team has given England a target of 225 runs in the last T20 of the series. Captain Virat Kohli (Virat Kohli) played an unbeaten 80-run innings for India. Apart from Virat, Rohit Sharma also played an excellent innings of 64 runs. Not only that, Suryakumar Yadav (Suryakumar Yadav) played 32 and Hardik Pandya played 39 runs. This is India’s largest T20 score against England. For England, Ben Stokes and Adil Rashid took one wicket each.
England lost by 36 runs
England’s team started off chasing a big target of 225 runs. Bhuvneshwar Kumar, who came to put the first over for India, bowled England opener Jason Roy on the second ball and sent it to the pavilion. After the first wicket fell early, Jos Buttler and David Malan made England return in the match. There was an excellent partnership of 130 runs between these two players. But Bhubaneswar once again dismissed Butler and returned India to the match.
After the dismissal of Butler, the wickets of the batsmen of the England team fell. Shardul Thakur dismissed Johnny Bairstow and David Malan in the same over. In the next over, Hardik Pandya dismissed captain Eoin Morgan and put the match in India’s bag. After this, no England batsman could do anything special and India won the match comfortably by 36 runs.
India won the T20 series after the Test
India defeated England in the second consecutive series against England on the current round. India beat England 3–1 in the first Test series. After losing the first match of the Test series, India made a strong comeback. India also defeated England 3–2 in the T20 series after winning the Test series. This is India’s sixth consecutive T20 series win. India will now face England in the ODI series from 23 March.