The third match of the ODI series between India and England is being played at Old Trafford. Where Team India captain Rohit Sharma won the toss and invited England to bat first. This is the deciding match of the three-match series between India and England, where India won the first match by 10 wickets and England by 100 runs to keep the series alive. Batting first, England team scored 259 runs. Captain Butler scored the highest 60 runs for England. For India, Hardik took 4 and Chahal took 3 wickets.
England scored 259 runs in 50 overs
In the very first over of the innings, Jason Roy of England hit 3 fours in Mohammed Shami’s over and pushed India on the back foot. On the other hand, Mohammad Siraj, who was replaced in the team in place of Bumrah, dismissed Jonny Bairstow and Joe Root for 0 in his very first over.
After the fall of two early wickets, Jason Roy and Ben Stokes played well and put on a 47-ball 54-run partnership, just after Hardik Pandya put an end to the partnership by getting Jason Roy caught by Rishabh Pant. Where he played an innings of 41 runs.
A fine catch from Jadeja removes Buttler
Hardik bowled the 37th over for India where 2 wickets fell in his successful over. Where Buttler was dismissed for 60 and Living Stone for 27. Buttler was caught by Hardik on the last ball of the 37th over at the hands of Jadeja. Where at deep square leg, Jadeja completed the running catch in a tremendous manner. The ball went into the air in the pursuit of hitting a good length ball and Jadeja took a wonderful catch and walked Buttler.