India Wins 4th T-20 , Level Series by 2-2

First maiden fifty by suryakumar yadav

India Wins 4th T-20, Level Series by 2-2. Suryakumar Yadav is Man of the Match. India -185/8 (20 Overs). England 177/8 (20 Overs).

In the 4th T-20 Played at Narendra Modi Stadium, Ahmedabad. India beats England by 8 Runs and levels the 5 match series by 2-2. It will be interesting to see who wins the 5th and the Last Match of the T-20 Series and The winner of the last match will be the winner of the series.

India Innings

Playing First India made 185 runs in 20 overs with the loss of 8 wickets. Suryakumar Yadav made it’s maiden fifty and this fifty of Suryakumar Yadav comes at a very crucial time. Major  3 batsmen of India scored only 27 runs. KL Rahul, Rohit Sharma, and Virat Kohli Just score 14,12 and 1 runs respectively. Suryakumar Yadav Dismissed after Scoring 57 Runs. After the dismissal of Suryakumar Yadav, Shryes Iyer takes the command in it’s hand and he scored 37 runs in 18 runs with a strike rate of 200. In the End India Managed to score 185/8 in it’s 20 overs.

From Bowling Side, Jofra Archer was very successful he took 4 wickets by giving 33 runs. Jofra Archer took the wicket of Shreyas Iyer who was looking very aggressive. Adil Rashid, Mark Wood, Sam Curran, Ben stokes took 1 wicket Each. Chris Jordan was without a Wicket.

England Inning’s

While Chasing Target England Opening Batsmen Played Very Slowly. They Scored 15 Runs in 17 Balls. But After The Dismissal of Joes Buttler England Started playing aggressively. 4th T-20 is a high voltage match. 50 Runs, 100 runs, and 150 Runs Scored by Both the Teams come in Equal Delivery. India Scores 50 , 100, and 150 Runs in 40 , 76 and 103 balls. England scores 50,100 and 150 runs in 37, 77, and 104 respectively. No player from England Managed to score individual 50 runs. Shradul Thakur and Hardik Pandya do excellent bowling which helps India to stop England 8 runs away from the target. England Scores 177/8 from it’s 20 overs.

What Captain of Both the Team says

Virat Kohli Says-

“A tough game against a top side, and the dew factor was massive. A few instances in the middle were strange, but 180-plus was what we were looking at, and a special mention to SKY. Guys in our squad are confident heading into the IPL. Shardul turned it around but our Powerplay kept them in check.”

“There was an instance in the Test series when Jinks caught the ball and wasn’t sure. When there’s a half-and-half effort the soft signal becomes more important. I don’t know why there can’t an “I don’t know” call for the umpires. You want these things ironed out to keep the game linear. But we want clarity on the field.”

“I ran for the ball, and aggravated my upper quad a little bit, Nothing serious, I should be fine for the game in a day and a half. Better than sprinting for five or six overs, because we have an important game coming up.”

“It’s not easy to walk in at three and start like that, we were stunned by that start [from SKY], he stamped his authority, big credit to these youngsters, coming in and grabbing the opportunities, you set your standards high, and Hardik bowling his four overs in the way that he did augurs very well.”

Eoin Morgan Says

“India played better than us tonight and thoroughly deserved to win, but the game did ebb and flow. Our journey, trying to learn as much as we can before the World Cup, is important. We were very happy at halfway and were in control for a long time. Overs 16-17, we lost three wickets in 7-8 balls which is too much against a quality side like this.”

“Bairstow and Stokes did the basics well, got themselves in, they managed to negate [the run rate] over a period of time, got back in the game but frustrating not to have one or two at the end there. This decider is the closest we can get to a World Cup or Champions Trophy. All to play for, and winning away from home is more difficult for various reasons, but it would be great.”

 

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