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Thursday, November 20, 2008

India Vs England 3rd ODI Highlights

The third ODI in 7-match between India and England is going on at Kanpur. The match has been reduced to 49-overs in each innings. England after winning the toss had chose to bat first and has made a total of in 48.1 overs.

England 240 all out in 48.4  overs.
RS Bopara 60 IR Bell 46 KP Pietersen 13 PD Collingwood 1 A Flintoff 26 OA Shah 40 SR Patel 26
MJ Prior 5 GP Swann 5* SCJ Broad 0 JM Anderson 1
India bowling
Z Khan 1/45 MM Patel 2/36 I Sharma 2/60 Yuvraj Singh 1/54 Harbhajan Singh 3/31 YK Pathan 1/7 V Sehwag 0/4

Highlights of England Innings (1st inning):

0-10 overs: England - 44/0. England chose to open with Ian Bell and Ravi Bopara and it proved to be a very good choice. The opening stand was in fact the best stand in the inning and though England openers made somewhat slow start gave a solid start in the first 10 overs.

10-20 overs: England 102 /2 . The introduction of Harbajan Singh in over worked as he took wicket of Pitersen in the first ball of 20th over. Munaf Patel took the wicket of Ian Bell earlier to calm the English openers who seemed great.

20-30 overs : England 140/4. Very good bowling from Harbajan Singh in this part of the match. Harbajan took the wicket of Collingwood in 22 nd over. Yuvraj too gave great support as he took the wicket of danger looking Bopara in the 29th over. Good inning from Ravi Bopara of 60. 

30 -40 overs: England 179 / 5. England lost the wicket of Flintoff who got some sort of start. Indian bowling was good and Owais Shah batted beautifully in this part of the game.

40 - 48.4 overs: England 240 all out. England again could not complete their innings and got out two balls before. Not a great contribution at the end and really lousy end. I must say Owais Shah's 40 in this part was vital.

Highlights of Indian Innings ( 2nd Inning of match):

0-10 overs:

10-20 overs:

20-30 overs :

30 -40 overs:

40 - overs:

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