IND vs ENG 2nd ODI: Team England chase their biggest Run Made These Records During Pune Match
India Vs England 2nd Odi Records: England defeated India by six wickets in the second ODI at the Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium in Pune. Including In a three-match series England have drawn 1-1. Now the final match will be played on Sunday. In yesterday’s match, India had set a big target of 337 runs against England. England reached the target in just 43.3 overs with six wickets in hand. England have chased the biggest run chase in their ODI history. Let’s take a look at what big records were set and broken in this match.
England chased the biggest run in ODIs
In the second match, England chased down India’s target of 337 and kept up the pressure on the Indian bowlers from the start. Jason Roy (55) and Johnny Bairstow (124) shared a 110-run stand for the first wicket. After that, Ben Stokes (99) and Bairstow shared a 175-run stand for the second wicket to pull off the match for India. This is England’s highest run chase in ODI cricket.
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Kohli’s unique record
In this match, Indian captain Virat Kohli scored 66 off 79 balls. He also crossed the 10,000-run mark, playing the third position in ODI cricket. Virat Kohli is the second batsman in the world to do so. He was preceded in death by former Australia captain Ricky Ponting. Ponting is third with 12,662 runs.
In addition, Kohli has overtaken former South African captain Graeme Smith as the highest run-scorer in ODIs as captain. Smith scored 5416 runs in 150 matches. Kohli now has 5442 runs to his name.
Big record in the name of Rishabh Pant
Rishabh Pant hit a storming 77 off 40 balls. During this time he hit seven sixes. Pant has become the highest wicket-taker in ODIs against England. Pant has surpassed New Zealand’s Brandon McCullum, South Africa’s Quinton Decock and India’s Mahendra Singh Dhoni. All three have hit six sixes in a match against England.
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