IND vs ENG: Ben Stokes caught on all fours on Mohammed Shami’s wavy ball, returned to the pavilion after holding his head, VIDEO

New Delhi. The Indian team defeated hosts England by 10 wickets in the first ODI played on Tuesday. This was such a match, in which India defeated England (India vs England) on every front. The first hosts piled on 110. Then India won the match by scoring 114 runs without losing a wicket. Jasprit Bumrah hit six of the wickets; So Shami completed 150 career wickets. That too the fastest. Overall, every scene of this match was excellent for Indian cricket lovers. That ball of Mohammed Shami will remain in the mind for a long time, in which he dismissed Ben Stokes.

Mohammed Shami started the bowling in the first ODI match played between India and England at The Oval. The weather was also supporting Shami, known for his swing bowling. It was cloudy and there was a new ball in hand. By the way, Shami’s partner Jasprit Bumrah took the most advantage of this season. But if we say who did the most beautiful (even dangerous) ball of the match, then Shami’s name will come.

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Mohammed Shami dismissed Ben Stokes in his second and third over of the match. It was the fourth ball of the over, which was bowled round the wicket. It was a length ball, which fell a little outside the off-stump. England’s best all-rounder Ben Stokes did not understand whether this ball would go out or come in after being pitched.

Two England batsmen were out and Ben Stokes was compelled to save his wicket. Stokes tried unsuccessfully for the defense in this attempt and the ball reached Rishabh Pant with the inner edge of his bat. Pant caught it just above his head.

Mohammed Shami took a total of three wickets in the match. He put the number of ODI team captain Jos Buttler after Test captain Stokes. Shami, who is called the emperor of swing, got Butler caught by Suryakumar Yadav. His third victim became Craig Overton. With this, Mohammed Shami also made the Indian record for the fastest 150 wickets. Now he has 151 wickets in 80 ODIs.

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