- In the Ind vs Eng match, England won the toss and chose to bowl first against India.
- Kohli completed 4000+ T20I runs in today’s match
- Kohli slammed 50 (40) while Pandya hit 63 runs in 33 balls.
- India scored 168-5 in 20 overs.
After a thrilling match between Pakistan and New Zealand where Pakistan defeated New Zealand by 7 wickets, it’s another excitement in the Ind vs Eng match.
For the second match of the semi-finals, the captains of the teams came up to the crease; England won the toss and chose to bowl first.
KL Rahul and Rohit Sharma opened the batting attack to face the bowling of Stokes. Giving it a perfect start, Rahul smacked the first four of the boundary but got an early dismissal from Woakes, getting just 5 in 5 balls, India got a score of 10 runs after 2 overs with a loss of just one wicket.
The right-handed batter, Kohli took the batting charge and edged the ball for a six on a throw from Woakes in the 4th over. In the consecutive over, Rohit crunched back-to-back boundaries on a delivery from Sam Curran, moving the score up to 31-1 after 5 overs.
Rohit and Kohi kept buying the boundaries for the side and helped the team cross the half-century with a score of 51-1 after 8 overs. Scoring 27 runs in 28 balls, Sharma lost his wicket to Jordan and the hope of the Indian team, Suryakumar Yadav took the batting charge.
In the 11th over, SKY scalped out a six and a four on the delivery from Stokes, shifting the score up to 74-2 after 11 overs. Adil Rashid crushed the hopes of the Men in Blue as Surya left the pitch adding just 14 runs in 10 balls.
According to the latest cricket updates, with Virat standing tough on the pitch with Pandya alongside, they both managed to level up the score to 80-3 after 13 overs.
On a delivery from Woakes, Kohli amassed a four in the 14th over while Pandya pitched up the ball for a four in the consecutive over, shifting the score up reaching the century with a score of 100 after 15 overs with a loss of 3 wickets.
To stabilize the team, Panya slammed one six on the delivery from Sam Curran and two back-to-back sixes against Jordan.
Jordan took the crucial wicket of Kohli who reached his 50 in 40 balls and moved the score up to 136-4 after 18 overs.
Pandya stole the game and got consistent boundaries and sixes on the throw from Sam Curran and reached 50 and kept the game up.
In the Eng vs Ind match, Pandy and Kohli helped team India to post 168 runs on the scoreboard.
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