England’s top order collapsed in the second T20 against India. England lost Jason Roy on the first ball, chasing a target of 170 runs. The player returned by catching Rohit Sharma at slip. After Jos Buttler’s return, he fell to 2 for 11.
Liam Livingstone started with double boundaries. Immediately after, Hardik tried to hit a big shot. Chahal dropped the high-pitched ball. But life did not last long.
In the next over, a slow off-cutter from Jasprit Bumrah tore through the England star’s defense and stumped him. Liam Livingstone looked on with a smile. Liam Livingston scored 15 runs off 9 balls with 3 fours.
That Bumrah reaction 🤣 pic.twitter.com/41wwbrnw6H
— Jitender Singh (@j_dhillon8) July 9, 2022
Batting first, India scored 170 runs in the allotted 20 overs. India started batting with a huge target but kept losing wickets. Jadeja’s performance (46 off 29 balls) in the last overs gave India a good score.
In the first match of the series, the England team batters have also seen a flop in front of the Indian bowlers and the same thing was seen in the second match. England’s team could last only 17 overs and be completely bundled out after scoring 121 runs. David Willey (33* runs off 22 balls) and Moeen Ali (35 runs off 21 balls) performed well for England. The Indian team won the match by 49 runs and took a 2-0 lead in the series.