Not just Virat Kohli, Arshdeep Singh also got injured and might not be available for the 2nd ODI against England
England and India went on to clash with each other in the 1st ODI at the Kennington Oval in London on 12th July, Tuesday. Rohit Sharma, the skipper of the Indian team won the toss and opted to take the field.
After being invited by the visitors to bat, England posted one of their lowest totals in this format as they have been bowled out by the opposition for 110 runs.
Jasprit Bumrah has registered the best figures for India in England, picking up 6 wickets by giving away just 19 runs in his spell. Chasing the total, Rohit Sharma opened the innings with his partner Shikhar Dhawan after a quite long time.
Both the batters didn't show any mercy to the opposition bowlers as they smashed them all around the park. Moreover, after a long time, Rohit Sharma scored his first fifty and won the match for his team.
Little surprised by the movement: Jos Buttler
Losing the first ODI against India, Jos Buttler shared a few words about the game and their performance in the post-match presentation. "Very tough day to take, but we've got to dust ourselves down quickly. Little surprised by the movement, bit muggy.
India exposed the conditions superbly. They have bowled really well in the powerplay. It is something we need to discuss and work out. We have some guys in the form of their lives in Tests coming here and getting nicked off," Jos Buttler was quoted as saying by Cricbuzz.
"Jasprit is a great bowler to come up against. He has bowled fantastically well today and deserves these figures. It is never easy when you are forced to try and force wickets. Isn't nice when your bowlers have to take as many risks and when you ask so much out of them," he added.
Besides, most of the fans know that Virat Kohli has been injured during the 3rd T20I against the hosts. By the way, Arshdeep Singh also got injured during the game, as the official Twitter handle of BCCI has given an update about the latter's injury on their official Twitter handle.
Check the tweet here: