4th T20 match review between India – England!

4th T20

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India unleashed SuryaKumar Yadav onto the big stage and fought every inch of the way to set up a dramatic decider on Saturday!

Let’s learn how all this happened in the 4th T20.

Virat Kohli lost yet another toss, but he said they would have batted first themselves to test their ability to defend scores. That was really nice to see that Indian players are preparing themselves from all angles for the World Cup.

Virat kholi in T20 series
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Surya Yadav hit his first ball in international cricket for a huge six. Then he continued to dispatch England to all parts of the ground. He is going to be a crackerjack addition to this Indian T20 Team. Personally, I am very happy that his years of struggle have borne fruit. He is a special talent and has the potential to win games single-handedly.

Surya yadav t20
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It was a bit of a Mumbai attack in this game as Shreyas Iyer also played a terrific inning. Full of intent to ensure that India finishes strongly. He meddled every ball that he played, and it is a sign that he likes the pressure. This is what top players in the world want. Over the last couple of years, he has got stronger and has the power to clear the biggest of boundaries. One special trait is that he can clear the biggest boundaries to some of the fastest bowlers too, in addition to the spinners. Shreyas has the talent to be amongst the best in the world.

Shreyas iyer t20
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Between Shreyas and Surya, India has found their middle-order backbone to support Virat Kohli. We will see a lot more of these Mumbai attacks in the future.

India wanted this badly. You could see it in their body language from the first ball they played to the last ball they fielded. You could see it when the cameras focused on the dugout too. additionally, the coaching staff were living each ball with the players and all of this sets the series up for an unbelievable decider on Saturday.

Ben Stokes played brilliantly for England and took an unbelievable catch at Mid off to get rid of Hardik Pandya when he was looking dangerous.

Ben strokes in t20
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Shardul Thakur took two in two balls to bring India back into a position of strength. Rohit Sharma led for the last 4 overs after Virat Kohli went off with a niggle. It was this hand of quiet handling and experience which saw India through. It was Rohit’s decision to give Shardul that over and it is these small things that sometimes become pivotal. Shardul took two in two, and the game was set up.

Shardul thakur in t20 series
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England will be dangerous in the decider. Roy seems to be getting his act together. But, Stokes has found his touch, so they will be hoping for a Buttler special.

All in All, the series is set up with a special climax after this 4th T20 match.

Also watch the video on Jatin’s scorecard – Click here to watch.

1 thought on “4th T20 match review between India – England!

  1. Eoin Morgan was U-19 Captain of Ireland at the World Cup. He also played ODI for Ireland and was the t player to be out for 99 on debut which was against Scotland. Agonizingly, he was run out for 99. He played for Ireland at the 2007 World Cup as well and overall played 23 ODI for Ireland. However from 2009, Morgan who is a British passport holder since birth, has played for England. His T20 debut was in 2009 and his Test debut was in 2010. However he had just a small career in test cricket for less than 3 years in which he played 16 Tests and had two hundreds. In white ball cricket however, he is a mainstay of the English team and became the ODI captain after Cook stepped down. Before that he played in the 2011 World Cup to become one of the few players to play for 2 countries at the ODI World Cup. He was the Captain of the England team which crashed out at the league stages of the 2015 World Cup by losing to Bangladesh. In that key match, Morgan was out for a third ball duck. The English selectors however trusted his captaincy and he is said to be one of the key architects for the new all out approach of England, which led them to become ODI World Cup Champions for the t time in 2019. Morgan is captain of England in both forms of white-ball cricket. He is England s most capped ODI player as well with 242 ODI s in which he has his 14 centuries and 46 50 s and he has England s fastest ever 50, and also has the world record for maximum sixes in an ODI innings which was 17 versus Afghanistan in the 2019 World Cup.

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