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India vs England highlights World Cup 2022:

World T20 2022 Second semi-final on Thursday, 10 Nov 2022
Stadium: Adelaide Oval
England won by ten wickets in 16 overs.

Even with all of England’s game-changing brilliance, this victory that advances them to the Men’s T20 World Cup final in 2022 was about following the fundamentals correctly. In Adelaide, they guarded the short square boundaries, allowing just two sixes before the beginning of the death overs. During the powerplay, they sensed an opportunity to blow open a chase of 169 and seized it, smashing eleven boundaries while the field was up. 63 for 0 in six became 170 for 0 in sixteen. The star Jos Buttler went supernova.

England played in a manner they had promised never to on a miserable, rainy night at the MCG. When the captain finally emerged, he remarked, “Let it pain.” Although intense, pain also brings insight simultaneously as it confuses. People must take all reasonable steps to avoid feeling it again. And that’s what took place.

Toss, India vs England highlights:

England captain Jos Buttler has won the coin toss and opted to bat first against India in the second semifinal of the T20 World Cup being played at the Adelaide Oval. He said that “There is going to be a great atmosphere here. Dimensions at different, We will have to adapt. Looks like a good wicket. Hope it stays well the whole game.” After that, Indian captain Rohit Sharma said, “We would have batted first anyway. We have played some good cricket, another opportunity for us to play the same way we have all tournament. We have played these guys a fair bit in recent years and know their strengths and weaknesses. Important to exploit that.”

IND 6/0 in 1 Over:

KL Rahul slices Ben Stokes’ short, wide delivery wide of the backward point area, sending the ball to the boundary. The opening delivery, a four, started India’s inning. Then he smashes the following via covers to obtain a single for himself. Stokes then hit complete and comprehensive after Rohit Sharma was edged out. The following pitch results in a swift single for the India skipper, who now has two runs. The first produced six runs.

IND 11/1 in 3 Overs: 

WICKET! Oh well, England has drawn the first blood. Extra bounce from Chris Woakes as KL Rahul went after it only to edge into the gloves of wicketkeeper Jos Buttler. An early blow to India. Rahul scored 5. IND 9/1 in 1.4 Overs.

IND 31/1 in 5 Overs:

Rohit Sharma breaks the links. He plays an airy flick, sending the ball narrowly past a sprinting defender at short midwicket for a four. The following delivery is slammed to midwicket, and he makes a powerful cut. In contrast, Harry Brook nearly makes a mistake at the backward point. It is ten runs away.

IND 46/1 in 7 Overs:

Liam Livingstone was forced into action after lifting the fielding limits. With eight runs remaining in the over, Virat Kohli utilizes his wrists to blast the third delivery, full and straight, over the bowler’s head for a four.

IND 74/2 in 11 Overs:

WICKET! To be assertive and set the tone, Rohit Sharma tried to clear long-on, but Sam Curran sprinted forward and took a good low catch to dismiss him on 27. Despite surviving a few close calls, Sharma eventually runs out of luck. Both of India’s starters are lost.

The accelerator has been depressed by Suryakumar Yadav. Ben Stokes has resumed his career. Even though his fifth delivery is short and well-directed, SKY, being SKY, grabs a top edge and sends the ball soaring over fine leg for a six. Twelve runs from the over are subsequently scored as he drives over extra cover with the help of some width.

India 136/4 in 18 Overs:

FIFTY! Virat Kohli achieves his fourth T20 World Cup half-century with a pair. To get there, he needed 39 deliveries.

WICKET! Adil Rashid makes a superb diving catch to end the Indians’ innings on 50 as Virat Kohli opens the face of his bat. Chris Jordan feels content. A wicket and 15 runs, including two sixes from Hardik Pandya, a pull, and a flick to midwicket, respectively.

India 168/6 in 20 Overs:

India has easily won this one. Hardik Pandya scored 15 runs against Sam Curran, including two fours and a six, and he reached his half-century in 29 balls. The last four runs came off a Ben Stokes misfield in the deep. Before Rishabh Pant got going with a boundary cut over the backward point, Pandya opened the over with a single. After that, Pandya smashed a four and a six before finishing the above with another four. Twenty flee the area.

Chris Jordan has bowled this broad, so Rishabh Pant attempts a big shot but misses. Hardik Pandya is almost there and wants the strike. When Pant realizes this, he launches himself into the air and gets run out on 6. WICKET! The Indian batting ended on 168/6 in 20 Overs after Hardik Pandya was out batted for a door off the final delivery. Pandya finished the over with 63 off 33 after hitting six and four consecutive deliveries.

England to 21/0 in 2 Overs:

Arshdeep Singh, a left-arm pacer, is at the other end. Jos Buttler then scores a four-to-third-man region with a thick outside edge. Eight runs separate you and the lead.

England 41/0 in 4 Overs:

Axar Patel, a left-arm spinner, launched into action. And Jos Buttler greets him by lofting a quick delivery over covers for a four. It’s good to work by Axar to keep them to four of the following five.

England 63/0 in 6 Overs:

That is another major defeat for England. For a maximum, Alex Hales scoops one from Axar Patel over the backward square leg area.

Hardik Pandya and Virat Kohli urged the crowd to shout the loudest. Still, Jos Buttler pulls the final delivery to midwicket for a four, giving the team 11 runs.

England 91/0 in 9 Overs:

Hardik Pandya is now engaged in the attack. Although there was no boundary in it, Mohammed Shami’s clumsy attempt at a relay throw in the field led to the addition of two additional runs for England. Pandya was not content. Rohit Sharma, the captain, wasn’t either. The total is seven runs away.

England 123/0 in 12 Overs:

He is seeking the century. Alex Hales aspires to a three-figure sum. He drops to one knee and hits the penultimate pitch of the over from Ravichandran Ashwin for a six. He then moves to 77 of 40 after picking out the opening through the covers for a four.

England 154/0 in 14 Overs:

Mohammed Shami over-produced 14 runs. Jos Buttler is ready to have some fun because he’s had enough. In the Shami over, he smashes two fours and a six to get to 70 of 43. And Suryakumar Yadav’s missed catch led to the other four.

England won by ten wickets in 16 overs:

Sealing the victory with a SIX, Mohammed Shami’s final over of the innings saw England crush India by ten wickets, chasing down the required 169 runs in just 16 overs to reach 170/0 and advance to the championship game. At the Melbourne Cricket Ground this Sunday, they will compete for the championship against Pakistan. Buttler has an 80*, while Hales is unbeaten on 86.

The Hales gamble

England has batted and bowled with the utmost clarity since that setback to Ireland, during which they kept second-guessing themselves. Hales was chosen with the maximum transparency. He was well-versed in Australian conditions when he arrived. They required that knowledge. Buttler made the call. Here is the reward at this point.

A player with a long history of being troublemaker for the England squad received a second opportunity. And he has paid back their trust with an innings that defeated cricket’s dominant superpower.

Hales hit seven sixes by himself, matching India’s total and destroying their bowlers. To clear Adelaide’s huge 88-meter straight limits, he even backed himself. India had a hand in their downfall. In their first 15 overs of batting, they managed to score 64 runs from 46 balls square of the wicket against a bowling attack. However, there were none in England. Allowed their hitter’s sufficient space to reach the short boundary. In their first 15 overs, Hales and Buttler scored 98 runs off 54 balls square of the wicket.

India vs England highlights, Buttler’s brilliance:

That is how a contest is ended. Buttler lost to Bhuvneshwar Kumar five times in 32 balls during this match of Twenty20 cricket. He must have understood this because he left his crease for the first ball to neutralize the India bowler’s greatest asset. He swung. Buttler played plays like these throughout the game, scoring 80 off of 49. Adil Rashid was front-loaded against India’s right-hand heavy top order. The legspinner also eliminated Suryakumar Yadav. He validated Chris Jordan’s belief in his yorkers.

One of them knocked Virat Kohli to the ground. He silenced a crowd of 40,094 people Hardik Pandya had worked up with one shot. A four-pull from Axar Patel Buttler was at the center of many positive things but most likely began as ideas. England won this game in the locker room. By slowing down, they could restrict a player who could move in all directions because, at least then, they were only defending one side of the field. Something which stands in front of the batter. Even though the spin bowler had been punished for a boundary first ball because he had dared to toss it up, Buttler still supported Rashid’s ability to pull off this robbery.

Rashid could have easily given his figures tonight some protection. Leaned back and pointed out his tournament economy rate to the audience (6.25). No, he didn’t, though. He adopted the strategy and may have taken a crucial wicket for England. Just his second World Cup appearance. India hopes to Suryakumar for acceleration through the middle and after death. The game had altered after he went for 14 off of 10.

ICC World Cup 2022 Live Telecast & Broadcasting:

CountryLive Telecast and Broadcast Channels
IndiaStar Sports network
PakistanPTV Sports and Ten Sports
BangladeshGazi TV (GTV)
Australia and New ZealandYupp TV
South AfricaSuperSport network
The USA and UKHotstar 
Middle EastOSN Sports Cricket

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