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India’s impressive streak in Lucknow remains unbroken as they triumph over the reigning champions, England, in the 29th match of the ICC Cricket World Cup on October 29th, held at the Ekana Stadium in Lucknow. It is India’s 6th win in the 6th match and the men in blue regain the top spot in the World Cup points table. Now, India moved up to second place in the standings of most wins in the 48-year history of the World Cup with 59 wins, after defeating England by 100 runs on Sunday. New Zealand had previously held the second spot on this list with 58 wins in the 100 games of the ODI World Cup, and Australia leads with 73 victories.
England captain Jos Buttler won the toss and asked the Indian batters to put a challenging total on the board. This is the first instance in this World Cup when Indian batters were put in a situation where they had to bat first and set a target to defend. England bowlers tested the men in blue and shattered their top order cheaply, but Captian Rohit Sharma and the stand-vice captain put a 98-run partnership together which managed India to set a decent target. With 87 Rohit Sharma is the top scorer followed by 49 by Surya Kumar Yadav.
In reply when everyone is thinking that India was short of 30-40 runs, then their most dependable guy Jasprit Bumrah and Mo. Shami comes with fiery spells and demolishes the English batting lineup. Both the Indian pacers share 7 wickets together and confirm the win. Indian Captian Rohit Sharma for his 87 awarded Player of the Match.
In this Match, The greatest wicket-taker in World Cup history, South Africa’s Allan Donald, was surpassed by star Indian pacer Mohammed Shami. With his heroic performance, he became the World Cup’s third-most successful Indian bowler after Zaheer Khan and Javagal Srinath. Mohammed Shami also surpassed players like Donald, Jacob Oram, and Daniel Vettori to claim the 12th rank on the list of highest wicket-takers.