Saturday, November 27, 2021

ind vs eng: India’s stormy win in first ODI, know these records of debut stars

New Delhi: The Indian team registered a convincing win in the ODIs on the Pune ground on Tuesday. The debut stars lost their magic in the first ODI of the three-match series against England. India beat England by 66 runs. While on the one hand the players of the Indian team did wonders in the first batting, on the other hand, the fatal bowling made the English players aware.

Famous Krishna took 3 wickets

In the debut match, the famous bowler Krishna took 3 wickets. He showed superb bowling, sending opener Jason Roy to 46, Ben Stokes to 1 and Sam Billings to just 18 to the pavilion.

Famous threw 1 maiden over for 54 runs in 8 overs and took 3 wickets. On the other hand, Shardul Thakur also performed superb bowling and took 3 wickets for 37 runs in 6 overs. He led Johnny Bairstow to 94, Eoin Morgan to 22 and Jose Butler to just 2 for the pavilion.

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Krunal hit a half-century in a debut match

Krunal remained unbeaten in the first innings of his career, scoring 58 runs off 31 balls with the help of seven fours and two sixes. During this innings, Krunal shared 112 runs from 61 balls for the sixth wicket with Lokesh Rahul (62 not out). Krunal became the 15th batsman to score a half-century while making an ODI debut for India. Krunal broke the record of New Zealand’s John Maurice, who made a half-century off 35 balls while making his debut against England in Australia in 1990.

After the match, Krunal looked quite inconsiderate. He could not speak properly. Krunal said that he wants to dedicate this innings to his dead father. Krunal is the brother of Hardik Pandya, another all-rounder playing for India. Both play for Mumbai Indians in the IPL.

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