England collapse in series loss to India after heavy loss in second T20I at Edgbaston | cricket news

Jason Roy out for the golden duck as England are out for 121 chasing 171 in the second T20 international; Watch the third and final T20l live on Sky Sports Cricket on Sunday (on the air at 2pm, first ball at 2.30pm)

Last update: 07/09/22 6:34 pm

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Highlights from India’s T20 victory over England in the second game of the series at Edgbaston.

Highlights from India’s T20 victory over England in the second game of the series at Edgbaston.

England slumped in a series loss to India when they again failed to bat, bowling for 121 in a heavy 49-run loss at the second T20 international at Edgbaston.

Although England improved with the ball – Richard Gleeson (3-15) enjoyed a sensational international debut – to restrict India to 170-8, in response, his best order was thrown for the second game in a row.

Jason Roy followed Jos Buttler’s first-ball duck in Thursday night’s opening loss with one of his own here, Bhuvneshwar Kumar (3-15) brought the ball back for early talk when an outswinger took the outside edge of Roy to slide.

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Buttler (4) quickly followed his partner back to the pavilion in Bhuvneshwar’s second over when DRS spotted the slightest edge of Rishabh Pant’s toes behind the stumps, while Jasprit Bumrah (2-10) – back on the sideline along with Pant, Virat Kohli and Ravindra Jadeja from India’s Test Games contingent – they dropped Liam Livingstone (15) through the gate with a beautifully disguised slower ball.

Jaspirit Bumrah took down Liam Livingstone with a wicked cutter at Edgbaston.

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Jaspirit Bumrah took down Liam Livingstone with a wicked cutter at Edgbaston.

Jaspirit Bumrah took down Liam Livingstone with a wicked cutter at Edgbaston.

Moeen Ali (35 for 21) and David Willey (33 for 22) struck some hard shots towards the end of the innings, but otherwise the home team had very little to shout about as they were eliminated in 17 overs.

Gleeson enjoys a dream debut

Earlier, on what appeared to be a batting lane, Buttler opted to chase after winning the toss and India quickly took advantage of the conditions with Rohit Sharma (31 for 20) and Pant (26 for 15) putting up 49 for the first wicket. within five overs.

It was Gleeson’s introduction that finally broke the stands, with Rohit, whom Roy had dropped on one at the point, overcoming a pull attempt, Buttler claiming an excellent over-the-shoulder catch.

Richard Gleeson took three wickets in four deliveries in an England debut to remember at Edgbaston, taking out Rohit Sharma, Virat Kohli and Rishabh Pant.

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Richard Gleeson took three wickets in four deliveries in an England debut to remember at Edgbaston, taking out Rohit Sharma, Virat Kohli and Rishabh Pant.

Richard Gleeson took three wickets in four deliveries in an England debut to remember at Edgbaston, taking out Rohit Sharma, Virat Kohli and Rishabh Pant.

In his second over, Gleeson suddenly found himself in a hat-trick as he beat key men Kohli (1) and Pant in consecutive deliveries, while the equally impressive Chris Jordan (4-27) also claimed two for two in the eleven. .

Suryakumar Yadav (15-for-11) and Hardik Pandya (12-for-15) were the unlucky batsmen this time around as India fell to 89-5, with England, Gleeson and Jordan, in particular, repeatedly succeeding when crossbows collided with the surface. of Edgbaston.

Chris Jordan took the wickets of Suryakumar Yadav and Hardik Pandya from back-to-back balls at Edgbaston.

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Chris Jordan took the wickets of Suryakumar Yadav and Hardik Pandya from back-to-back balls at Edgbaston.

Chris Jordan took the wickets of Suryakumar Yadav and Hardik Pandya from back-to-back balls at Edgbaston.

But India recovered well in the second half of their innings, Jadeja smashing 46 of 29 unbeaten deliveries to see the visitors reach what proved to be a series-clinching total.

England’s top order declines again

The warning signs were there from the start of England’s response, with Roy perishing on the first ball while Bhuvneshwar again received the cue ball swinging the early gates.

England made the worst possible start with the bat when Jason Roy was caught sliding on the first ball of the inning.

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England made the worst possible start with the bat when Jason Roy was caught sliding on the first ball of the inning.

England made the worst possible start with the bat when Jason Roy was caught sliding on the first ball of the inning.

Buttler was a bit perplexed when he lost his wicket in Bhuvneshwar’s second over. Initially undisclosed, the England skipper was surprised to see that UltraEdge detected a small notch behind when India used one of his reviews.

Livingstone, unconcerned about early advances, moved quickly forward as he hit three limits on his first eight balls, only to then drop to the ninth when he was brilliantly fooled by a slower ball from Bumrah.

Leg-spinning Yuzvendra Chahal (2-10) added the scalps of Harry Brook (8) and Dawid Malan (19), while Bumrah reclaimed Sam Curran (2) cheaply to see England six down for just 60 early 11. .

Chris Jordan was left out after a huge mix-up with David Willey as England collapsed to defeat India.

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Chris Jordan was left out after a huge mix-up with David Willey as England collapsed to defeat India.

Chris Jordan was left out after a huge mix-up with David Willey as England collapsed to defeat India.

Moeen cleared the boundary twice, also scoring three fours, as the hosts rallied briefly, but then fell to Hardik Pandya (1-29), caught in the middle, and Jordan went on a calamitous run following. England stumbled. to a heavy defeat.

Whats Next?

The international T20 series concludes with the third and final game at Trent Bridge on Sunday, which starts at 2.30pm, with the build-up beginning on Sky Sports Cricket at 2.00pm.

England will then host India for three one-day internationals next week, at The Kia Oval (Tuesday 12 July), Lord’s (Thursday 14 July) and finally Emirates Old Trafford (Sunday 17 July) – all games. live on Sky Sports Cricket.

Watch the third and final T20 international match between England and India, from Trent Bridge, live on Sky Sports Cricket on Sunday afternoon. Coverage begins at 2:00 p.m., with the first dance at 2:30 p.m.

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