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Tuesday, April 30, 2019

Marcus Trescothick 121 - India vs England 1st ODI 2002 Highlights

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Watch the highlights of Marcus Trescothick 121 - India vs England 1st ODI 2002 - England tour of India 6-match one day international series of the 1st ODI match played between England and India at Kolkata in 19th January 2002.

All-round India thrilling 22-run victory over England, despite a fighting knock from Marcus Trescothick's masterclass century in the opening ODI at Eden Gardens.

In 2002 Eden Gardens Kolkata another thriller match, India won the toss elected to bat first, Indian Captain Sourav Ganguly and Sachin Tendulkar opened the innings.

Sachin Tendulkar and Sourav Ganguly dominating England bowlers Matthew Hogard and Darren Gough, both batsmans contributed 78 runs stand for first wicket.

Andrew Flintoff breakthrough the partnership between Ganguly and Sachin Tendulkar, Tendulkar bowled out at 36.

Sourav Ganguly not reached the his half century, he was caught out by Naseer Hussain at Mid Wicket - Ganguly pavilion for 42 off 58 deliveries.

VVS Laxman played beautiful shots, he got out straight into the hands at mid-wicket that's a simple chance gleefully accepted, he's gone with 25 at this stage India were 150 for 3 wickets in 28.3 overs.

Dinesh Mongia takes the responsibility his shoulder, he completed his delightful fifty with run a ball.

Virender Sehwag and Dinesh Mongia added 43 run stand for fourth wicket, Sehwag missed the ball, Hoggard brilliant bowling to bolwed the Sehwag.

Sehwag gone for 29 with strike rate 91.9 including 5 fantastic fours.

Dinesh Mongia played beautiful hits, he gone for 71, he was bowled out by Jeremy Snape, he's wonderful comeback with well bowl, he atmosphere here in Kolkata.

Dinesh Mongia played his fifth one day International with crusial 71, Ajit Agarkar come and go, he faced two balls he got out stumping foster bowl by Ashley Giles, this good wicket for England.

Henang Badami added valuable runs for india, he was run out by Hoggard and Foster, Ajay Ratya run out for 2 runs.

Harbhajan Singh played unbeaten 18 helped to India set up the comfortable total of 281-8 in 50 overs

It's stiff target 282 in 49 overs, England were penalized one over for a slow over rate, England's two left handers Marcus Trescothick and Nick Knigh started the chasing.

Javagal Srinath's second ball Nick Knigh gone first ball LBW, he is on his way, Marcus Trescothick settled his batting.

Trescothick and Hussain build 63 run stand for second wicket, Naseer Hussain lbw, Anil Kumble strikes for India, However, Hussain added valuable 25.

Anil Kumble strike another wicket Michael Vaughan, he just kept his head down that's ball gone high into the lights and taken safely by Ajit Agarkar, at this time stage England were 3 for 123 in 19.1 overs.

Marcus Trescothick played brilliant shots, he takes the responsibility his shoulder, He leading the front, He brought the score forward.

Trescothick completed his tremendous second one day international hundred with in style a boundary, his 100 comes off just 80 deliveries.

And the hundred thousand people that are turned up here and stand up, he's deserves the ovation, Paul Collingwood contributed just 21 - Sourav Ganguly gets the Collingwood wicket, Catch taken by Tendulkar.

Javagal Srinath Strike the match turning point wicket Marcus Trescothick, he missed the ball, ball hit to pad and Umpire given lbw.

Marcus Trescothick played outstanding innings for England he was scored a 121 off 109 deliveries with 13 terrific fours and two tremendous six.

At this stage England strong position 224 for 5 in 35.5 over, England needed 58 runs from 79 deliveries with 5 wickets in hand.

Almost match going to England favour but England team lost their last 5 wickets in 32, their middle order bastmen and tailanders failed to chase, they managed 259.

Indian bowler Javagal Srinath, Kumble both took two wickets and Ajit Agarkar's 3-50 excellent bowling spell helped to India won by 22 runs.