In glorious sunshine at Old Trafford in a hot summer Virat Kohli's juggernaut is leading by margin of 3-1 in three match T20 series.
KL Rahul is in stunning form as he was in 11th edition of IPL. There was a moment came when India's wrist spinner Kuldeep Yadav showed agressive nature over KL Rahul. Actually he dropped the catch of Jos Buttler in the 17th over of innings.
After this incident Kuldeep Yadav and Indian skipper Virat Kohli starred him but the things not bad, Buttler didn't survive at the pitch for long time.
In the same over Kuldeep scalped the wicket of Buttler. Kohli had taken the catch and cover up the mistake of KL Rahul.
KL Rahul faced 54 balls in his innings which included 10 fours and 5 sixes over the row.
Indian stylish batsman KL Rahul featured in the list of most no of tons hit by batsman in limited over format.
- Colin Munro from New Zealand- 3 Ton
- Chris Gayle from West Indies - 2 Ton
- Evin Lewis from West Indies- 2 Ton
- Brendon McCullum from New Zealand- 2 Ton
- Rohit Sharma from India - 2 Ton
- KL Rahul from India - 2 Ton
Captain cool MS Dhoni and Kuldeep both help each other to achieve the milestone. The way both of them made collaboration which leads to break two world records.
Ms Dhoni World Record:
With back to back two stumpings in a single over feature MS Dhoni in the top of the list. With his 33 stumps (91 games) he had broken the record of Pakistani cricketer Kamran Akmal who have done 32 stumpings (58 game) in limited over format.
Kuldeep Yadav Record:
Indian wrist spinner Kuldeep Yadav became the first bowler to hunt two batsman in a row Jonny Bairstow and Joe Root for a duck.
Indian China man bowler Kuldeep Yadav completed his fifer and became the first left-arm wrist spinner to claim a five-wicket haul. His magical spell restricts England to a manageable 159 for 8 in the opening T20 International game.
England (Playing XI):
Jason Roy, Jos Buttler(w), Alex Hales, Joe Root, Eoin Morgan(c), Jonny Bairstow, Moeen Ali, David Willey, Adil Rashid, Chris Jordan, Liam Plunkett
India (Playing XI):