Thakur strikes! He has a knack of picking big wickets, doesn't he? Jonny Bairstow has to depart after a quickfire 94. He misses out on the hundred by 4 runs.
Shardul bowled this short and towards Bairstow, who didn't hesitate to pull, but ends up holing out to Kuldeep Yadav at deep mid-wicket. England have lost three now.
Earlier, Virat Kohli's drought with the toss continued as Eoin Morgan again won the toss and elected to field first. Kohli, however, was delighted to bat first as he said they had 'different plans'. England welcomed Moeen Ali back into the side after dropping him for all five T20Is.
India, on the other hand, decided to stick with KL Rahul as an opener, dropping Rishabh Pant. Two bowlers, Krunal Pandya and Prasidh Krishna were handed their India caps before the match.
Krunal Pandya and KL Rahul stitched together an outstanding 112 runs partnership at the death to ensure India put a mammoth total of 317 in 50 overs. While KL Rahul scored 62 off 43 balls, Krunal Pandya, the debutant, scored 58 off just 31 balls, scoring the fastest fifty for India on debut (26 balls)
Chasing 318, England went all guns blazing, scoring 89 runs in the first 10 overs. Jonny Bairstow and Jason Roy, their opening combo were all over Indian bowlers and didn't give them any chances to get them out. Bairstow brought up his fifty in 40 balls.
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Watch Bairstow's dismissal here: