India beat England by 8 wickets in 1st ODI

India beat England by 8 wickets in 1st ODI

The Indians will be eager to continue their excellent run since they landed in England and with the series on the line in the 2nd ODI and both teams having everything to play for, tensions will be running high on the field and an electric crowd atmosphere is expected.

"I started pretty well in the first two overs and luckily I got a couple (of wickets), which really changed the momentum for us". Kuldeep Yadav was brought into the attack straight after the powerplay and boy he bowled like a champion.

"We have chased down scores well in two of the T20s and the first ODI".

After Kuldeep had run through England's top order with a burst of three wickets for five runs in 10 balls, Ben Stokes (50) and Jos Buttler (53) shared a fifth-wicket stand of 93.

Morgan (19) then carelessly chipped Chahal to midwicket. Ben Stokes was still there and England were hopeful of getting at least a respectable total. But once again Virat Kohli came to the rescue. India chased the target of 269 in only 40.1 overs.

There was no stopping for Kuldeep at a batting paradise Tent Bridge wicket on Thursday as he pounced his another wicket in the same over when David Willey was back to the dressing room after contributing a single run.

Eoin Morgan and his side were totally outplayed by Indian bowlers in the first innings of the first ODI.

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India restricted England to pinching quick runs rather than plundering boundaries - a far cry from when Bairstow and Alex Hales smashed 41 between them against Australia.

Test skipper Root has made just one half-century in his last 10 innings but Thorpe backed him to rediscover his form. Though in the quest of playing an expansive shot, he perished on the bowling of Moeen Ali.

Kohli, surprisingly, didn't reach three figures too and was instead stumped by Buttler off Rashid - but by then India had all but won the game.

Leg-spinners Adil Rashid of England and Yuzvendra Chahal of India are other top 10 players who will be seen in upcoming matches.

England are number one in the ODI rankings, with India second, but they were outclassed in Nottingham.

It certainly never looked enough to extend a strong India batting line-up, with Rohit Sharma s 137 not out setting the seal on a dominant win as Virat Kohli s men went 1-0 up in this three-match series.

Apart from Yadav Rohit Sharma's roasting ton (an unbeaten 137 off just 82 balls) helped India to receive the victory with almost 10 overs remaining.