India v England England T20:
Former India captain Virat Kohli’s bat has once again responded. He was dismissed for just 11 runs in the third Twenty20 international against England. His innings ended at just 6 balls. This further fueled discussions in which it was said that his future depended on the series. Critics are lagging behind and Kohli is unable to recover from his poor form.
Kohli, who came on in the second over after Rishabh Pant’s dismissal at Trent Bridge, opened the scoring with a run off Topley’s delivery. He then hit a four and then a six to David Wiley in the next over to see the enthusiasm of the spectators on the field but did they know that the excitement was only a few seconds. Virat Kohli made a mistake on the next ball.
Jason Roy caught on short extra cover. Thus once again he had to return to the pavilion with sad steps. In the last match, he scored a run and fell victim to debutant star Richard Glaison.
In this match, England scored 215 runs for the loss of seven wickets against India thanks to a half-century of 77 off 39 balls by David Malan. Deciding to bat after winning the toss, England scored a lot of runs against India’s second-class bowling attack.
Skipper Jose Butler (18 off nine balls) and Jason Roy (27 off 26 balls) helped England reach 52 for one in the powerplay. Malan and Liam Livingstone (unbeaten 42 off 29 balls) then put on an 84-run stand to take the team to the big score.