India vs England 3rd T20I Highlights – 10 July 2022

Rohit Sharma:

“It was a fantastic chase, to show that fight is something we are really proud of. SKY loves this format, wide range of shots, unorthodox, never lets the tempo lose, grown as a player, going from strength to strength. Certain plans we wanted to execute but those guys put us under pressure through the innings. Partnership in the middle put us on the back foot, on a ground like that you back yourself but we came up short. We don’t want to be a team that sits on laurels,’ he adds, with the World Cup now 98 days away.”

Jos Buttler:

“Good fun, more like what we’re used to seeing with the bat. The wicket didn’t have some of the pace we sometimes here but it was an incredible knock from Yadav, one of the best hundreds I’ve seen. Guys backed their yorker, a bit of lateral movement. Delighted for those guys. Mo was really keen to bowl [the penultimate over], a selfless character and keen to go with him.”

The Player of the Match is Reece Topley:

“Some great knocks today, happy to receive this. Isolate every ball, some batters are set, some aren’t set, come up with a plan that will restrict runs or get a wicket. We were never that far away, an unbelievable knock on their side but we had to believe. I was speechless by some of the shots, in awe some of the time to be honest. Looking forward to relishing the rest of the summer.”

The Player of the Series is Bhuvneshwar Kumar

India vs England 3rd T20I Highlights today, Sunday 10-7-2022. 3rd T20I, India tour of England from Trent Bridge, Nottingham.

Form guide

(Last five completed matches; most recent first)
India WWWWW
England LLLWL

England will bat first after winning the toss.

“Hopefully a change in fortunes, with the sun out. Salt comes in at No.4. Parkinson and Curran miss out, with Topley back. “We’ve been disappointed with the way we’ve batted, this is a chance to put it right,” says Buttler.
Rohit Sharma confirms a raft of changes, including Bishnoi and Umran Malik… full changes coming up… Iyer, Avesh, Umran, and Bishnoi for Hardik, Bhuvi, Bumrah, and Chahal.
Rohit Sharma “We don’t want to lose momentum, we understand the importance of winning games and the confidence that goes round the group.”
Umran is “pretty exciting, he’s shown he’s got the skillset, just want to see how he responds to that international pressure.”

India team: 1 Rohit Sharma (captain), 2 Virat Kohli, 3 Suryakumar Yadav, 4 Rishabh Pant (wk), 5 Shreyas Iyer, 6 Dinesh Karthik, 7 Ravindra Jadeja, 8 Harshal Patel, 9 Avesh Khan, 10 Umran Malik, 11 Ravi Bishnoi
England team: 1 Jason Roy, 2 Jos Buttler (captain/wk), 3 Dawid Malan, 4 Phil Salt, 5 Liam Livingstone, 6 Harry Brook, 7 Moeen Ali, 8 David Willey, 9 Chris Jordan, 10 Richard Gleeson, 11 Reece Topley

Head to Head In T20I’s: 21
India Won: 12
England Won: 9

Match Timings: 13:30 GMT | 14:30 Local
Umpires – Alex Wharf, Martin Saggers
TV Umpires – David Millns
Match Referee – Chris Broad
Reserve Umpire – Rob Bailey
Match number – T20I no. 1631

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