Sunday, June 30, 2019

Cricket World Cup 2019: Turning Point: Jason Roy's inclusion resulted in a difference

Dubai: It was a match of the tournament, with the top two ODI teams fighting for its existence in the World Cup in Edgbaston, and the result of the competition in the bigger picture was the interference of several sub-plots. The turning point of the match came in the beginning of the match when Jason Roy and Johnny Bairstow were tested and the opening partnership of the Test went out of the pavilion.

The openers had a special chemistry and were making many winning matches, when Roy had to sit out with injuries. But from that time they went out, they never left the legs wrong. If there was an aspect that could have turned a bit, if India had opted to review Elim Dar's decision to postpone Roy, when he actually gave the ball to his ball with his gloves.

This is a rare decision error by Mahendra Singh Dhoni, which is usually present in the assessment of the review. There is another thing to come for the criticism of Alim Dar on Twitter for his decision as Pakistan has great faith in England's result against India.

Surprised by the incidents, world number 1 team brought their A game to the table when they needed the most for their existence. It was his total batting display because he had scored 337 runs in seven overs in 50 overs, which helped the bowlers and was against the famous Indian bowling attack which harassed all the rivals till now.
Winning elements

England captain Eoin Morgan found many things right in this match. First of all, he won the toss and chose for batting first, relying on his batsmen, he scored a good score, which he did easily. He got a perfect combination of team, while Indian skipper Virat Kohli picked up two spinners, England played an innings with Adil Rashid and a spinner, which led to major changes.

Even though the Indian bowlers, led by Mohammed Shami, got their first World Cup five wickets, and Jaspreet Bumrah left behind England, who was threatening to take his score over 350, Ben Stokes said that his To pass the rescue was still a lot.

In just 38 games played so far, only 13 teams have successfully followed the target and only one above the 300-mark mark. That was why it was always going to be difficult for the Indians, who had to face the attack of hosts to bowl at the right places, not providing enough room for Indian batsmen, who knew the conditions of the pitch and their hand.

Rohit Sharma's another hundred and Kohli, Rishabh Pant's valuable contributions, playing his first World Cup match, Hardik Pandya, Dhoni, were not enough to go through the past in England. Indian and Pakistani fans, who were happy for their arch rivals as defeat for England, their chances would increase, as did the end of India's unbeaten run.

They need to win at least one of the last two matches to make the semi-final place now, while destiny is in Pakistan's hands because they have to save their chances by defeating Bangladesh in their last match.

History repeats again because it is the first time since the 1992 World Cup when England beat India in the World Cup. Another reference for the 1992 World Cup!

England have returned to the top four in the standings, with this win. They will clash with New Zealand in the semi-final to grab their rightful place. Yes, the host team is one of the favorites for the title.


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