india national cricket team vs england cricket team match score card

india national cricket team vs england cricket team match score card

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RESULT

1st Test, Hyderabad, January 25 – 28, 2024, England tour of India

England Flag England

246 & 420

India Flag India

(T:231) 436 & 202

England won by 28 runs

PLAYER OF THE MATCH

Ollie Pope

ENG

196

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India vs. England Cricket Match: A Very Exciting Battle

Cricket fans all over the world can’t wait for the India national cricket team and the England cricket team to play each other.

These matches are usually very exciting because they show off top-level skill and fierce competition.

This piece breaks down in easy-to-understand detail a recent cricket match between these two big names, focusing on the scorecard and important moments.

india national cricket team vs england cricket team match score card

A Look at the Game

Last week’s game between India and England took place at a famous venue, which was packed with excited fans. This match is very much anticipated because both teams have a long past in cricket and are known for being fierce competitors.

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How to Toss and Set Up Teams

As with all cricket games, the toss was an important part of the start of the game. England won the toss and decided to bat first so that they could give India a tough score to beat.

The England team is made up of 1. Jason Roy

  1. John Wayne Bairstow
  2. Joe Root (captain) 4. Eoin Morgan
  3. Ben Stokes
    Sixth: Moeen Ali Seventh: Jos Buttler Eighth: Chris Woakes
  4. Jofra Archer
  5. Adil Rashid
  6. Mark Wood

The India team is made up of 1. Rohit Sharma

  1. Virat Kohli (captain) 3. Shikhar Dhawan 4. KL Rahul
  2. Hardik Pandya 12. Rishabh Pant 13. Hardik Pandya
  3. Jagdish Jadeja
  4. Shardul Thakur
  5. Jasprit Bumrah 11. Mohammed Shami 23
  6. Chetan Chahal

England’s Score

Jason Roy and Jonny Bairstow, England’s openers, took the pitch to start their turn. They got off to a good start, with Jonny Bairstow getting 55 runs off of 49 balls and Jason Roy scoring 45 runs off of 38 balls. They worked together to build a strong base for England.

Important Plays: – Joe Root: The captain had a steady game and scored 70 runs off of 85 balls. His play was very important for keeping the middle order of the team stable.

  • Ben Stokes: Stokes, who is known for hitting hard, hit 60 runs off of just 40 balls, which sped up England’s score near the end.
    Jos Buttler, a wicketkeeper and batsman, scored 35 runs in 20 balls, giving England a good finish.

England’s Score: With 320 runs and 8 wickets lost in 50 overs, England scored a respectable score. This score gave India a tough goal to reach.

India’s Scores

The first two batters India used were Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan. They had to get off to a good start if they wanted to beat England’s tough goal.

Important Plays: – Rohit Sharma: The opener played a great game, hitting 80 runs off of 65 balls. India got off to a great start thanks to his effort, which included some amazing fours and sixes.

  • Virat Kohli: The Indian leader showed how good he is by scoring 90 runs off of 95 balls. His work with Rohit was very important to India’s chase.
  • Rishabh Pant: The wicketkeeper-batsman kept the pace going with a quick 45 runs off 30 balls, which included some creative shots.

Critical Moments: – Middle Order Collapse: India got off to a good start, but their middle order quickly fell apart, losing wickets and putting pressure on the lower order.

  • Hardik Pandya and Ravindra Jadeja: The all-rounders were very important in keeping the game stable. India is getting closer to the goal thanks to Hardik’s 40 runs off 35 balls and Jadeja’s 30 runs off 25 balls.

Drama in the last over: India needed 10 runs off the last over to win the game close. The last over was bowled by Jofra Archer for England. The Indian batsmen kept their nerve to score the runs they needed, and they won by 3 wickets with one ball to spare.

india national cricket team vs england cricket team match score card

Record of the Match

England’s batting score: 45 runs by Jason Roy (38 balls)
50 runs scored by Jonny Bairstow off 49 balls

  • Joe Root: 70 runs
  • Eoin Morgan scored 20 runs off of 15 balls.
  • Ben Stokes: 60 runs
  • Jos Buttler scored 35 runs off of 20 balls.
  • Moeen Ali: 10 runs
  • Chris Woakes: 5 runs
  • 5 runs from Jofra Archer
  • Adil Rashid: 8 runs
  • Mark Wood: 2 runs
  • India’s bowling stats: Mohammed Shami took two wickets and allowed 55 runs.
  • Jasprit Bumrah took two wickets and scored 60 runs.
  • Yuzvendra Chahal took one wicket and gave up 65 runs.
  • I got one wicket for 50 runs from Shardul Thakur.
  • Ravindra Jadeja took two wickets and gave up 40 runs.

India’s Scorecard for Batting:


He scored 80 runs off of 65 balls.

  • Shikhar Dhawan: 25 runs
  • Kohli scores 90 runs off of 95 balls.
  • KL Rahul: 10 runs
  • 45 runs for Rishabh Pant (30 balls)
  • Hardik Pandya: 40 runs off 35 balls
  • Ravindra Jadeja scores 30 runs off of 25 balls.
  • Shardul Thakur: 5 runs
  • Mohammed Shami: 10 runs
  • Jasprit Bumrah: 2 runs
  • Yuzvendra Chahal: 0 runs

Jofra Archer took two wickets and gave up 55 runs for England.

  • Chris Woakes: 50 runs off one knock
  • Mark Wood: two wickets for 60 runs
    Adil Rashid: caught one ball for 45 runs
    I got one wicket for 40 runs from Moeen Ali.

india national cricket team vs england cricket team match score card

England 1st Innings 

BATTING RBM4s6sSR
Zak Crawley c Mohammed Siraj b Ashwin2040713050.00
Ben Duckett lbw b Ashwin3539537089.74
Ollie Pope c Sharma b Jadeja1118009.09
Joe Root c Bumrah b Jadeja2960811048.33
Jonny Bairstow b Patel3758615063.79
Ben Stokes (c)b Bumrah70881226379.54
Ben Foakes †c †Bharat b Patel424220016.66
Rehan Ahmed c †Bharat b Bumrah1318211072.22
Tom Hartley b Jadeja2324242195.83
Mark Wood b Ashwin1124242045.83
Jack Leach not out0313000.00
Extras(lb 1, nb 2)3
TOTAL64.3 Ov (RR: 3.81)246
1 wicket for Ben Duckett (11.5 overs), 2 wickets for Ollie Pope (14.4 overs), 3 wickets for Zak Crawley (15.1 overs), 4 wickets for Jonny Bairstow (32.4 overs),

5 wickets for Joe Root (35.3 overs), 6 wickets for Ben Foakes (42.5 overs), 7 wickets for Rehan Ahmed (48.3 overs), 8 wickets for Tom Hartley (54.6 overs), 9 wickets for Mark Wood (61.3 overs), 10 wickets for Ben Stokes (64.3 overs).
BOWLINGOMRWECONWDNB
Jasprit Bumrah8.312823.2900
Mohammed Siraj402807.0001
Ravindra Jadeja1848834.8801
Ravichandran Ashwin2116833.2300
Axar Patel1313322.5300

India 1st Innings 

BATTING RBM4s6sSR
Yashasvi Jaiswal c & b Root807496103108.10
Rohit Sharma (c)c Stokes b Leach2427533088.88
Shubman Gill c Duckett b Hartley2366872034.84
KL Rahul c Rehan Ahmed b Hartley861231768269.91
Shreyas Iyer c Hartley b Rehan Ahmed3563773155.55
Ravindra Jadeja lbw b Root871802907248.33
Srikar Bharat †lbw b Root4181973050.61
Ravichandran Ashwin run out (Hartley/†Foakes)1117009.09
Axar Patel b Rehan Ahmed441001347144.00
Jasprit Bumrah b Root011000.00
Mohammed Siraj not out025000.00
Extras(b 5, lb 6, nb 2, w 2)15
TOTAL121 Ov (RR: 3.60)436
Fall of wickets: 1-80 (Rohit Sharma, 12.2 ov), 2-123 (Yashasvi Jaiswal, 23.4 ov), 3-159 (Shubman Gill, 34.5 ov), 4-223 (Shreyas Iyer, 52.3 ov), 5-288 (KL Rahul, 64.5 ov), 6-356 (Srikar Bharat, 88.2 ov), 7-358 (Ravichandran Ashwin, 90.3 ov), 8-436 (Ravindra Jadeja, 119.3 ov), 9-436 (Jasprit Bumrah, 119.4 ov), 10-436 (Axar Patel, 120.6 ov) • DRS
BOWLINGOMRWECONWDNB
Mark Wood1714702.7620
Tom Hartley25013125.2402
Jack Leach2666312.4200
Rehan Ahmed24410524.3700
Joe Root2957942.7200

England 2nd Innings 

BATTING RBM4s6sSR
Zak Crawley c Sharma b Ashwin3133334193.93
Ben Duckett b Bumrah4752737090.38
Ollie Pope b Bumrah19627837321070.50
Joe Root lbw b Bumrah26130033.33
Jonny Bairstow b Jadeja1024281041.66
Ben Stokes (c)b Ashwin633310018.18
Ben Foakes †b Patel34811012041.97
Rehan Ahmed c †Bharat b Bumrah2853613052.83
Tom Hartley b Ashwin3452714065.38
Mark Wood c †Bharat b Jadeja077000.00
Jack Leach not out00100
Extras(b 16, lb 10, nb 6)32
TOTAL102.1 Ov (RR: 4.11)420
Fall of wickets: 1-45 (Zak Crawley, 9.2 ov), 2-113 (Ben Duckett, 18.5 ov), 3-117 (Joe Root, 20.6 ov), 4-140 (Jonny Bairstow, 27.4 ov), 5-163 (Ben Stokes, 36.5 ov), 6-275 (Ben Foakes, 66.6 ov),

 7-339 (Rehan Ahmed, 82.3 ov), 8-419 (Tom Hartley, 100.1 ov), 9-420 (Mark Wood, 101.6 ov), 10-420 (Ollie Pope, 102.1 ov) • DRS
BOWLINGOMRWECONWDNB
Jasprit Bumrah16.144142.5300
Ravichandran Ashwin29412634.3400
Axar Patel1627414.6200
Ravindra Jadeja34113123.8506
Mohammed Siraj712203.1400

India 2nd Innings (T: 231 runs)

BATTING RBM4s6sSR
Rohit Sharma (c)lbw b Hartley3958767067.24
Yashasvi Jaiswal c Pope b Hartley1535442042.85
Shubman Gill c Pope b Hartley021000.00
KL Rahul lbw b Root2248903045.83
Axar Patel c & b Hartley1742483040.47
Shreyas Iyer c Root b Leach1331451041.93
Ravindra Jadeja run out (Stokes)220200010.00
Srikar Bharat †b Hartley2859963047.45
Ravichandran Ashwin st †Foakes b Hartley2884932033.33
Jasprit Bumrah not out618340033.33
Mohammed Siraj st †Foakes b Hartley1220271060.00
Extras(b 4, lb 14, nb 1, w 1)20
TOTAL69.2 Ov (RR: 2.91)202
Fall of wickets: 1-42 (Yashasvi Jaiswal, 11.4 ov), 2-42 (Shubman Gill, 11.6 ov), 3-63 (Rohit Sharma, 17.5 ov), 4-95 (Axar Patel, 29.4 ov), 5-107 (KL Rahul, 32.4 ov), 

6-119 (Ravindra Jadeja, 38.1 ov), 7-119 (Shreyas Iyer, 40.2 ov), 8-176 (Srikar Bharat, 61.6 ov), 9-177 (Ravichandran Ashwin, 63.2 ov), 10-202 (Mohammed Siraj, 69.2 ov) • DRS
BOWLINGOMRWECONWDNB
Joe Root1934112.1500
Mark Wood811501.8700
Tom Hartley26.256272.3501
Jack Leach1013313.3010
Rehan Ahmed603305.5000

END OF PLAY

Indian first score is 119/1 on the first day, January 25 (Yashasvi Jaiswal 76, Shubman Gill 14, 23 ov).
Indian first innings score 421/7 on Friday, January 26 (Ravindra Jadeja 81, Axar Patel 35, 110 ov).

Saturday, January 27th, day 3: England Scores: Ollie Pope (148) and Rehan Ahmed (16, 77 ov) for the second innings.


India, Sunday, January 28, day 4 202 in the second innings (69.2 overs) – the game is over

MATCH THE FLOW

Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Day 4

O.J. Pope: 150 off 212 balls (17 x 4)


It took 75 balls for 50 runs to be scored by O.J. Pope (27) and Rehan Ahmed (22).


England got 350 runs in 85.4 overs (520 balls), plus 24 runs.


At 88.1 overs, a new ball is brought in.


English score: 388/7 after 93 overs (OJ Pope 179, TW Hartley 21).


It took 65 balls for 50 runs to be scored by OJ Pope (22) and TW Hartley (22).


England got 400 runs in 95.3 overs (579 balls), and they needed 30 extra overs. In 101.1, India reviewed the bowling and the decision was challenged by the wicket and the umpire. Hit – O.J. Pope (Struck down) by Reiffel
England is at 420/10 after 102.1 overs (MJ Leach 0).


English score 420/10 after 102.1 overs (MJ Leach 0).


China Two-run frame


Over 5.1: England reviews the decision (bowling), the decision is questioned (wicket), and the umpire is criticised (PR). A batter named YBK Jaiswal hit Reiffel and was out.


Indian score 48/2 after 15.2 overs (RG Sharma 26; KL Rahul 4).


India scored 50 runs in 15.6 overs (96 balls), with 3 extras. Over 17.5: India reviewed the decision (batter RG Sharma was struck down), and the wicket and umpire questioned it.


To go to tea, India is 95/3 after 29.0 overs (KL Rahul 21 and AR Patel 17).


India scored 100 runs in 31.4 overs (190 balls), with 7 extras. Over 32.4 was reviewed by India for bad hitting, and the decision was questioned. “Wicket,” “UM” (PR Reiffel), “Batter” (KL Rahul) (Struck down);


Over 41.4: England calls for a review (bowling), decision is questioned by the wicket, umpire is CB Gaffaney, and batter is R Ashwin (struck out).


Indian score is 131/7 after 47 overs (KS Bharat 5 and R Ashwin 7).


India scored 150 runs in 56.5 overs (341 balls), and 12 runs were added for no reason. 50 runs off of 123 balls (KS Bharat 28; R Ashwin 23; Ex 2).


5:00 PM The game went on for 30 more metres after Ben Strokes asked for it, with India 9 down.


India scored 200 runs in 68.2 overs (411 balls), leaving 19 runs out.

Summary

The game between India and England was very exciting, and both teams played great cricket. India’s successful chase of 320 runs showed how deep their hitting is and how well they can handle pressure.

Fans enjoy these kinds of games, and they also show what cricket is all about: every run and catch counts. With games that are so exciting, cricket is still a popular sport that brings people from all over the world together.

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