Tiimberrr! Bhuvi cleans up Jason Roy with a brilliant nip-backer. Roy shimmied down the track, the ball swung in sharply and beat Roy's slap to shatter his stumps. India off to a dream start.
Earlier, Eoin Morgan won the toss as Virat Kohli continued his poor form with the coin. Morgan, after electing to bowl first, announced that they will be playing the same XI as the previous game. India, on the other hand, decided to add more power to their bowling, with Natarajan replacing KL Rahul.
This meant that fans saw another opening pair, although they liked it more than ever, as Rohit and Virat Kohli walked out to bat. The duo was fired up ever since the start as they amassed 60 runs off the batting powerplay.
Post six overs, the captain-vice captain duo continued the exploits and Rohit brought up his half-century with a lovely flick six over fine-leg. However, Ben Stokes dismissed Rohit against the run of play, deceiving him off a slower ball. That didn't affect Suryakumar, who walked in next as he started hitting big shots from ball one. He brought India's hundred in the 10th over.
Morgan turned to his premier spinner and Rashid delivered, dismissing him on 32, courtesy of a one-handed blinder from Chris Jordan. Hardik walked in next and played his natural aggressive game.
Virat Kohil, who was playing the second fiddle at the other end, brought up his half-century and went past Kane Williamson to score most fifties as a captain in T20Is. India finished the innings on 224/2, their highest against England in this format.
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