The second match of the three-match ODI series is being played between India and England at Lord’s. In this match, the hosts have set a target of 247 runs for India. During England’s innings, there was a small battle between Indian star all-rounder Hardik Pandya and England’s swashbuckling batsman Liam Livingstone. While Livingstone showed his power hinting during this mini-battle, Pandya finally got the last laugh by dismissing him.
Liam Livingstone scored 33 runs in 33 balls for England in the second ODI. During this, two fours and two big sixes were seen from his bat. Livingstone was dismissed for zero in the first match. But the eyes of the fans remained on him in this match. In such a situation, Livingstone wanted to dominate in front of Pandya, but Hardik eventually scattered the flames.
This incident happened in the 29th over of England’s innings. Livingstone was trying to handle England’s innings with Moeen Ali. After being set on the field, he wanted to put some big shots against Hardik Pandya in such a situation. This English batsman sent the ball in the air with an attacking shot on the fourth ball and got the six runs. Not only this, but on the next ball, Livingstone also got a four while pulling it.
Hardik was under pressure, but on the very next ball, he put a smile on Livingstone’s face on the bouncer ball. Once again, the English batsman wanted to hit a six on the last ball of the over, but Hardik trapped him and sent him back to the pavilion, getting caught out near the boundary.
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Let us inform you that in this match, Yuzvendra Chahal took four big wickets while spending 47 runs against England. Chahal took the wickets of Jonny Bairstow, Joe Root, Ben Stokes and Moeen Ali to prevent the hosts from scoring big.
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India suffered a massive defeat in the second ODI match against England. Set a target of 247 runs, India was bowled out for 146 runs. England won by 100 runs. Topley took six wickets to lead England to victory. The two teams are tied in the three-match series and will play the final match on Sunday.