Sachin Tendulkar played an aggressive innings and scored 40 runs in 20 balls.
Sachin entertained the audience a lot by hitting three fours and three long sixes.
Dehradun. The 14th match of the Road Safety World Series was played in Dehradun, where India Legends easily defeated England Legends by 40 runs. Batting first, India managed to make a big score of 170-5 thanks to the blazing batting (40) of Sachin Tendulkar. In reply, England’s team could only score 130-6 runs in the stipulated 15 overs. Coming to bat first, India made a smoky start and scored 65 runs in 5.4 overs.
Sachin Tendulkar played an aggressive innings and scored 40 runs in 20 balls. Sachin hit three fours and three long sixes in his innings and entertained the audience a lot. After scoring 20 runs in 17 balls, Naman Ojha was dismissed as the first wicket.
Yuvraj and Pathan showed their strength
India’s four wickets had fallen on the score of 108, at that time 10 overs had been completed. Yuvraj Singh came and took charge. Even after Sachin’s dismissal, the speed of the runs was not allowed to decrease. He played an innings of 31 not out in 15 balls in a sharp manner. Yuvraj hit three sixes and a four in his innings. Yusuf Pathan also played a short but important innings of 27 runs in 11 balls. Yusuf also hit one four and three sixes.
India defeated England by 40 runs on the basis of the blazing batting of Sachin and Yuvraj. (Road Safety World Series Twitter)
England could not recover from initial setbacks
Chasing a big target, England started off aggressively, but they got their first blow in the fourth over itself. After this, his second wicket fell in the form of Ian Bell and the England team came under pressure. This brake the run speed. By the seventh over of England, three wickets fell for the score of 59.
Rajesh Pawar showed power
Chris Tremlett finally showed some good hands for the England team, which came on the back foot after the fall of three wickets and returned after scoring an unbeaten 24 runs in 16 balls, but on the other hand the team came under pressure due to the continuous fall of wickets and their effort was also unsuccessful. Rajesh Pawar showed his power for India and took three wickets. Pawar took three wickets for 12 runs in three overs.
FIRST PUBLISHED : September 23, 2022, 01:43 IST