Dangerman Kuldeep Yadav torments England again

Dangerman Kuldeep Yadav torments England again

Recently the middle order batsman led England to a 5-0 whitewash against arch rivals Australia in the ODI series. "He will be spurred on by that and he will do everything he can to make sure he is ready for Thursday's game at Trent Bridge".

One day after losing a Fifa World Cup semifinal, the Indian cricket team have heaped more misery on hurting England sports fans. But neither did it have demons for England to miss that mark by 213 runs.

The match started with both Jason Roy (38) and Jonny Bairstow (38) launching into Yadav and debutant Siddarth Kaul (0/62 in 10 overs) with a flurry of boundaries. The left-arm wrist spinner befuddled them in the T20 global at Old Trafford and here he altered the shape and momentum of the game in the sort of manner of which most bowlers can only dream.

There is no doubt Root - one of the finest batsman England has ever produced - is capable of that and has proven so before.

The 27-year-old was left out in favour of Alex Hales at Bristol as England were beaten by seven wickets, Rohit Sharma's unbeaten century guiding India to a seven-wicket victory with eight balls to spare.

"I am sure those two will have lots of conversations about the role of being England cricket captain whether it is a red or a white ball".

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Ben Stokes, who scored 50 off 103 deliveries, also dismissed by Kuldeep Yadav. He's exactly the kind of player you want in your side. After representing India in the Independence Cup in January 1998, Bahutule was left in the wilderness for close to six years, before returning to play one more game, his final one, in late 2003, against New Zealand in Cuttack. Today, owing to Kuldeep's opening salvo, they could only manage 125 in that period at an appalling run rate of 4.31 - which had Ben Stokes struggling to manoeuvre out of the shell he got into early.

One Day International (ODI) teams - India (2nd) and England (1st) - will clash with each other for a three-match ODI series to become the ICC ODI table toppers.

It saw England slip to 82-3 and Morgan (19) walked after bringing up England's 100, giving his wicket away after being caught at midwicket off Yuzvendra Chahal.

"So if you are not picking the ball (from the hand), then there is a huge problem". That obviously makes the difference to be able to score against him. With cricket's blue riband tournament scheduled to be held in United Kingdom in 2015, the ODI series will give Virat Kohli an ideal opportunity to get a drift about the conditions that his men are expected to encounter at exactly same time next year.

Speaking about the series and challenges posed by the visitors, English batsman Joe Root said at a press conference, "It is a good marker to see where we are at".

"We have seen England against Australia and they were really high scoring games, it's gong to be crucial to see where we are as a team".

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