India had conceded the momentum to England at Lord's and the eight-wicket pounding at Headingley has given the Indian team a proper reality check. Having set a target of 323 for India, thanks to a century by Joe Root, MS Dhoni was heavily criticized for his 59-ball 37 which consisted of just two fours and no sixes.
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England bowlers David Willey and Adil Rashid grabbed three wickets each as India lost wickets at regular intervals.
Rashid was the man of the match and seems to be benefiting from concentrating exclusively on the white ball game; he is so much more confident in this format than in Test cricket. The former Indian cricketer might be referring to the World Cup which will take place in the same country next year. Thereafter it might be a good idea to invite Rashid to reconsider bowling with a red ball.
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"Also, David Willey has had a tremendous white-ball summer". They have comfortably beaten India twice on surfaces which have not been the batting paradises on which they have become expert in a collective effort where no weak links have emerged. Dhawan broke free with three successive boundaries, while Kohli looked up for it, this being the series' deciding contest. However Dhawan was and he advanced down the pitch a fraction too far. We need to have a good balance in the side, and we need to get our act right before the World Cup.
The performance was even more incredible considering the small dimensions of the ground. An aghast Kohli, who looked nearly as astonished as Mike Gatting all those years ago against Shane Warne at Old Trafford, hesitated before departing.
However, Bhuvneshwar Kumar (21 runs) and Shardul Thakur (22 runs) gave the Men in Blue the finish they would have wanted as the duo put up a 35-run stand.
A disbelieving Kohli walked off and Raina (one) then turned Rashid low to Root at leg slip.
England's pursuit began rapidly. James Vince on his return to England colours settled easily, produced some graceful strokes and was then run out for an infuriating 27. The bowlers set the tone early on. Despite Kuldeep striking with his second and 13th deliveries, they continued to attack the wristspinner; both openers fell taking the attacking option of sweeping, while Eoin Morgan hit a full toss to a fielder on the rope, but figures of 3 for 68 were eminently manageable. Chahal would have had Root stumped on 69 but he committed a front-foot no ball. They were 10 overs, 75+ and we were looking for wickets.