Kohli departs after scoring yet another fifty and misses out on his 71st century in the format. It's Mark Wood, who gets the wicket after bowling so consistently.
Wood bowled this full, on the pads, Kohli, looking to flick, doesn't picks the speed and eventually, holes out to Moeen Ali at deep mid wicket. England get another breakthrough.
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.
Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan started the innings watchfully as Mark Wood and Sam Curran were getting bounce and swing early on. The duo scored just 10 runs from the first 5 overs.
India were having the upper hand after first 10 overs, as they didn't gave England any chances of taking a wicket. Thus, Eoin Morgan turned to Ben Stokes for the wicket and he delivered. Stokes bowled one wide and short, luring Rohit into hitting the ball. Rohit was surprised by the width and bounce and poked that to the keeper.
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