The third and final T20 series game between Team India and England was lost on Sunday at Trent Bridge in New Delhi (July 10). India only managed to score 198 runs despite England setting them a record-breaking aim of 216 runs. England then went on to win the game by 17 runs. Despite scoring a quick century for India, Suryakumar Yadav was unable to guide his team to victory. This results in India winning the series 2-1.
Team India was assigned a lofty 216-run aim from England. which Team India had a difficult start. Rishabh Pant (1), Virat Kohli (11) and Rohit Sharma (11) all suffered cheap wicket losses. However, Suryakumar Yadav put up a fast-paced inning of 117 runs during which it briefly appeared as though he would convince Team India to win. Nevertheless, he lost his wicket in the 19th over, and India lost the game. Suryakumar Yadav hit 14 fours and 6 sixes in his 117-run innings off just 55 balls. The strike rate for the SKY during this inning was 212.72. This is the second-highest individual score for India in T20 Internationals, and he is now the fifth player to reach a century in a match.
India lost their first three wickets while chasing the enormous mark at a score of only 31. The combination between Suryakumar Yadav and Shreyas Iyer, which added 119 runs in just 62 balls, came next. Only 28 runs could be scored by Shreyas Iyer, but Suryakumar Yadav continued to bat. Apart from these two batters, Team India’s batsmen were powerless, and the result was a defeat.
Let us inform you that, despite having the opportunity to bat first, England’s side struggled to get going, scoring only 18 runs despite captain Jos Buttler’s apparent rhythm. Runs were scored by Phil Salt (8), Jason Roy (27), and others. However, David Malan, who made 77 runs in just 39 balls, was England’s true star. There are also 6 fours and 5 sixes in it. Liam Livingstone eventually played a furious inning of 42 runs in 29 balls. In his innings, Liam blasted four sixes. In a T20 international encounter against India, England scored 215 points, the greatest total ever.