England beat India by 100 runs in the second ODI at Lord’s to level the three-match series at 1-1. Playing first, England scored 246/10 runs in 49 overs. Moeen Ali scored 47 runs while David Willey scored 41 runs from the hosts .
In response, the Indian team was reduced to 146 in front of Reece Topley’s lethal bowling (6/24). Let’s take a look at the records made in the match.
England won the match like this
Playing first, England’s batting order, losing their first wicket at 41, faltered and after 29 overs the score was 148/6. In difficult conditions, Willie (41) and Moeen shared a half-century partnership to reach a respectable score.
In reply, he lost his four wickets till the score of 31. Hardik Pandya (29) and Ravindra Jadeja (29) struggled after a poor start, which was insufficient for a win.
Chahal becomes Indian with best bowling performance at Lord’s
Leg-spinner Yuzvendra Chahal took four wickets for 47 runs in his 10 overs. He stopped the English team from scoring big by taking the wickets of Jonny Bairstow, Joe Root, Ben Stokes and Moeen Ali.
He has become the best Indian bowler to perform in ODIs at the historic ground of Lord’s. He has broken the record of Mohinder Amarnath, who took three wickets for 12 runs.
Indian bowlers achieved these milestones
Chahal recorded his career best figures against England in One Day Internationals. He has so far taken 18 wickets in 13 ODIs in England.
Chahal has 108 wickets in 63 ODIs. He has left behind Umesh Yadav (106) in terms of wickets.
Shami has overtaken Ravichandran Ashwin (151) in terms of wickets. Hardik Pandya (59) has left behind Debashish Mohanty (57).
Topli took six wickets
Left-arm pacer Reece Topley took six wickets for 24 runs in his 9.5 overs. He made three big victims in the form of Rohit Sharma, Shikhar Dhawan and Suryakumar Yadav.
This is the first five-wicket haul of his ODI career and has become his best performance till date. Topli, playing his 17th ODI, now has 28 wickets.