Pune: The Indian cricket team captured the streak by beating England by 7 points in the third and final ODI match played at the Maharashtra Cricket Association stadium in Pune, but despite this man of the match and the man of the series did not surrender to the Indian But Indian captain Virat Kohli expressed regret. While paying tribute to the bowlers for Kohli’s thrilling victory over England, Shardul Thakur was surprised with the Man of the Match award and Bhuvneshwar Kumar for not getting the Man of the Series.
Sam Curren became the Man of the Match and the Man of the Bairstow Series
Shardul Thakur has won 30 wickets in addition to scoring 30 points, while Bhuvneshwar Kumar has performed well throughout the series. Sam Curran, who scored 95 unbeaten points for England in the third ODI, was named Man of the Match and Johnny Bairstow was named Man of the Series.
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After the win, the most credit goes to the bowlers: Virat Kohli
Virat Kohli said after India’s seven-point victory in Game 3: “When the top two teams play together, the games are exciting.” Sam Curren played the best innings. Our bowlers, however, took wickets and Hardik (Pandya) and Nattu (Natarajan) played well in the end. We left the catch, it was disappointing, but we finally managed to win. He said: “ I am surprised that Shardul was not chosen as the man of the match and that Bhuvi was chosen as the man of the series. The greatest credit goes to the bowlers, who performed well under adverse conditions.
Both teams made mistakes, but played the best cricket: Butler
Acting England captain Jose Butler has said the experience of this tour will come in handy in the World Cup. In addition to the T20 World Cup this year, India will also host the ODI World Cup in 2023. Butler said: “Excellent game. Both teams made mistakes, but also played excellent cricket. We saw a good round for Curren, who brought us closer to the goal, but kudos to India for this victory. He said: “ During this tour we have learned a lot as a team and have seen that a lot of players are now ready to take responsibility. We have to play the World Cup in advance under these circumstances and then it will be beneficial.