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England Chase Down 337 - India vs England 2nd ODI 2021 Highlights

Cricket Highlights - England Chase Down 337 - India vs England 2nd ODI 2021


Watch the highlights of England Chase Down 337 - India vs England 2nd ODI 2021 - England tour of India 3-match one-day international series of the 2nd ODI match played between England and India at Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium, Pune in 26th March 2021.

England Chase Down 337 - India vs England 2nd ODI 2021 Highlights

Jonny Bairstow's blasting century, Ben Stokes' power-hitting 52-ball 99 and Jason Roy's well-made half-century guided England's record six-wicket victory over India, despite a brilliant century from KL Rahul - Rishabh Pant's 40-ball 77 and level the series with 1-1 in a high-scoring epic game of the second ODI.

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* India's 336 was their fifth highest score against England in One-day internationals.

* England chased 337 was their fifth highest successful run-chase in One-day international and It is their highest chase against India in ODIs, surpassing the their previous highest chase was 266 at Leeds in 1974.

* England's 337 was their joint fourth highest score against India in One-day internationals.

* 673 : This is the fourth highest aggregate ODI match between India and England in India.

* 121 : Virat Kohli and KL Rahul set up the fourth highest third-wicket partnership for India against England in One-day internationals.

* 113 : KL Rahul and Rishabh Pant set up the sixth highest fourth-wicket partnership for India against England in One-day internationals.

* 110 : Jason Roy and Jonny Bairstow set up the sixth highest first-wicket partnership for England against India in One-day internationals.

* 175 : Jonny Bairstow and Ben Stokes set up the fourth highest second-wicket partnership for England against India in One-day internationals and England's joint ninth highest second-wicket stand in ODIs, jointly 175-run stand held by between Alec Stewart and Nasser Hossain against Bangladesh at Nairobi (Gym) in 2000.

* 7 : Rishabh Pant equalled a joint seventh most sixes hit in an innings for India in One-day international and the most sixes hit by an Indian batsman against England in ODIs, surpassing the previous record of 6-sixes jointly hit by Yuvraj Singh and MS Dhoni.

* 10 : Ben Stokes hit the third most sixes in an innings for England in One-day international and the most sixes hit by an England batsman against India in ODIs, surpassing the previous record of 7-sixes two times hit by Jonny Bairstow at same venue in this series' first ODI & this match.

* Ben Stokes became the seventh England player to dismissed on 99 in One-day internationals.

* Jonny Bairstow's 124 was his fifth highest score in One-day international and the fifth highest score by an England batsman against India in ODIs.

* 7 : Jonny Bairstow equalled a his third joint most sixes hit in an innings for England in One-day international and his joint most sixes hit against India in ODIs, jointly 7-sixes hit at Pune in the first ODI.

* 34 : This was the third most sixes in an match in One-day international and the most sixes between India and England in ODIs.

* England's 20-sixes was their fourth most sixes in an innings in One-day internationals.

* India's 14-sixes was their joint sixth most sixes in an innings in One-day internationals.

India scored mammoth total of 336-6 in 50 overs with top scorer by KL Rahul 108 off 114-balls - which was his 5th ODI hundred and his first century against England in ODIs - including 7-fours & 2-sixes.

Rishabh Pant hammered a 77 off 40-balls including 7-sixes & 3-fours with strike rate of 192.50, Virat Kohli struck 66 off 79-balls included 3-fours & a six.

Hardik Pandya hammered a 35 off 16-balls including 4-sixes & a four with strike rate of 218.75 and Rohit Sharma scored a run-a-ball 25-runs included 5-fours.

England best bowler by Reece Topley, Tom Curran both took 2-wickets and one for Sam Curran - Adil Rashid.

England chased 337-4 in 43.3 overs with top scorer by Jonny Bairstow 124 off 112-balls - which was his 11th ODI hundred and his second century against India in ODIs.

Ben Stokes hammered a 99 off 52-balls - who fell one-run short of his century - including 10-sixes & 4-fours with strike rate of 190.38.

Jason Roy hit 55 off 52-balls included 7-fours & a six, Liam Livingstone 27 not out and Dawid Malan 16 not out.

India best bowler by Prasidh Krishna took 2-wickets and one for Bhuvneshwar Kumar.

Jonny Bairstow named Player of the match for his match-winning blasting 124-runs knocked off facing 112-balls including 11-fours and 7-sixes with strike rate of 110.71.