A wonderful innings from KL Rahul comes to an end. After Kohli's dismissal, India were in a fix and needed KL Rahul to play the anchor role. Not only he played the role, he also announced his comeback in style, notching up his 9th ODI hundred.
Curran bowled this short and KL Rahul was probably a bit late in picking that as he pulled it only to hole out to Reece Topley in the deep.
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.
Rohit looked in fine touch and was starting to hit some lovely shots but Sam Curran sent him packing in the 9th over for a run-a-ball 25.
In walked KL Rahul and started the rebuilding process with Virat Kohli swiftly. The duo brought up India's fifty in the 13th over.
Virat Kohli was given a lifeline by Jos Buttler off Adil Rashid and he made the most of the opportunity, bringing up India's 100 in the 23rd over.
The Indian skipper notched up his 62nd ODI half-century before Adil Rashid dismissed him yet again in cricket. Kohli's wait for 71st ODI century continued as he was left stranded on 66.
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