That was a perfect yorker to dismiss England captain. Prasidh Krishna bowled this on a yorker length and Buttler had completely no idea about it and the ball, sneaks through his defense and castles his stumps.
Earlier, Virat Kohli had no luck with the toss again as England's stand-in skipper Jos Buttler won the toss and elected to bowl first. Now, Virat has lost 9 out of 11 tosses on in the ongoing series.
The visitors made three changes, two of them were forced as Eoin Morgan and Sam Billings were injured. Dawid Malan, Livingstone (debut) and Reece Topley replaced Morgan, Billings and Wood. On the other hand, India just had to make one forced change with Rishabh Pant coming in for injured Shreyas Iyer.
Sam Curran opened the bowling with Reece Topley and the duo started of well and made most of the swing on offer, especially the latter, who's tall, was swinging the ball viciously and extracted a lot of bounce.
Reece Topley drew first blood, dismissing Shikhar Dhawan early on. After beating Dhawan's outside edge many times, Topley managed to lure Dhawan into poking one to the keeper.
In walked KL Rahul and started the rebuilding process with Virat Kohli swiftly. The duo brought up India's fifty in the 13th over.
Hardik walked in next and with Pant, he ensured India go past 300. Owing to the blitzkrieg, India put 336 runs on the board.
Chasing 337, England got off to a flying start as both the openers looked in their zone and were playing really well. The duo brought up England's 100 in the 16th over.
But, Rohit's brilliant fielding at short mid-on ran Jason Roy out and England lost a well-set opener. Stokes, England's new no. 3 walked in next and saved a collapse unlike the previous match. Bairstow notched up his 11th ODI hundred with a six in the 31st over.
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