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⁣Topley Takes Record Figures! | Highlights - England v India | 2nd Men's Royal London ODI 2022

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Paul Collingwood's best ODI bowling figures for England is beaten by Reece Topley!

At the King's Cricket Ground, England defeated India by a score of 100 runs in the second One-Day International.

As per India vs England highlights, Reece Toopey decimated the Indian batting order, taking a record-breaking six wickets. In 50-over cricket, the left-arm seamer recorded his greatest stats to date. It's interesting to note that Topley currently has the best ODI bowling statistics for an Englishman.

Eng vs Ind highlights: Topley breaks record of Paul Collingwood

In the opening ODI, Topley dismissed Shikhar Dhawan, Mohammed Shami, Yuzvendra Chahal, Prasidh Krishna, and Indian captain Rohit Sharma.

In 9.5 overs, only 24 runs were given by him. As previously mentioned, these are the best ODI bowling statistics by an English bowler. Paul Collingwood, a former England captain who recorded 6/31 against Bangladesh in 2005, was surpassed by him.

India england Highlights: Best-ever ODI figures at Lord's

Topley currently owns the best bowling statistics by a bowler in an ODI game at Lord's. Shaheen Afridi of Pakistan held the previous record, recording 6/35 against Bangladesh during the 2019 World Cup. It's interesting to note that this was Topley's first performance at the Home of Cricket.

Other notable records scripted by Topley

According to the India vs England ODI highlights at Lord's, Topley is now just the second player from England to record a five-wicket haul.

The first person to accomplish this feat was former England seamer Darren Gough, who did it against Australia in 1997. Topley is now the only England bowler with more than five wickets in ODI matches against India. He is the fifth bowler to achieve so overall.

A look at the career stats of Topley

Topley has made 17 appearances for England in ODIs during the course of his roughly seven-year career. The tall seamer currently has 28 wickets at an astounding average of 24.42. The total includes a five-for and a four-wicket haul. His economy rate is 5.01 in the format. Notably, Topley has collected 105 wickets in List A cricket, surpassing the 100 mark.

Ind vs Eng match Highlights: Has Topley Confirmed his Spot in England's white-ball set-up?

In August 2015, Topley made his international debut. Topley had a bright beginning, but between 2015 and 2019, he experienced five different stress fractures in his back. In August 2020, he resumed playing for his country, participating in just one ODI. In 2021, Topley participated in two ODIs against India.

Having participated in 10 international games this year, he now appears to have secured his place in England's white-ball lineup. Stay tuned for more ind vs eng videos!


Reece Topley, a tall, lean left-arm pacer who has spent more time off the field than on it, first made headlines for his flawless bowling at a very young age. He has represented England in cricket's One-Day and Twenty-20 formats, but injuries have prevented him from playing for too long.

At 6 feet 7 inches tall, Topley, like his father Donald Topley, began his career with Essex. In his first three four-day matches, he took 14 wickets, including five-wicket hauls against Middlesex and Kent. The young man was then chosen for the 2012 Under 19 World Cup in Australia, where he finished with the most wickets, 19 at an average of about 9.

When Topley picked up 80 wickets in all forms for Essex in the 2013 season, he was added to England's Performance Programme due to the developing nature of his career. However, the first injury occurred around this period, and he could not join the England Lions team for the trip to Sri Lanka. Topley was chosen for the England ODI and T20 squad against Australia in 2015 after becoming fully fit and back in his stride. In only his second game with Pakistan after making his debut in Manchester, he went 3 for 26. Topley finished with 10 wickets in five games during his first complete series in South Africa, but that was the last match he played for England.

Essex could not afford the injury-prone bowler at the time, and he too desired more attention than he was receiving with the county team. Both agreed to part ways, and he signed with Hampshire, a team that was reliable in the game's shorter formats.He was forced to miss the entire 2016 season, though, after a Boyd Rankin bouncer broke a bone in his right hand while he was playing against Warwickshire. The next year, he could only bowl 112 overs across the three forms due to a back stress fracture, which also hampered his appearances for Hampshire.

Reece Topley departed Hampshire in October 2018 after agreeing to separate ways with the team and the player. For more such interesting videos about your favorite player, keep watching!

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⁣IRE v NZ 3rd ODI Highlights | New Zealand tour of Ireland

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⁣Sri Lanka vs Australia T20 Series 2022 Highlights

2nd T20I Sri Lanka Vs Australia: Australia won the toss and elected to play in Wednesday's Twenty20 match in Colombo, but Sri Lankan hitters struggled for the second straight time. They finished with 124-9. The defending T20 champions won the three-match T20 series with three wickets remaining in the chase. Australia defeated the Dasun Shanaka-led team by a margin of 10 wickets in the first T20I on Tuesday, shown in SL vs AUS t20 highlights. Glenn Maxwell, an unconventional all-arounder for Australia, led a tight bowling performance by opening the bowling with his off-spin and taking 2-18 in his three overs.

Here are some SL vs AUS highlights also shown in the above video.
So far, that is all we have to say about this game. Australia now has a 2-0 advantage in the three-match T20I series. On Saturday, June 11, the T20I series' final game will take place in Kandy. While the visitors are vying for a clean sweep, Sri Lanka will be looking to start off with a victory. Though that game doesn't start until 7 p.m. IST (1.30 p.m. GMT), our build-up will start considerably earlier. Do come along then. Goodbye and take care!
According to Australia's captain Aaron Finch, the bowling unit did an excellent job of containing Sri Lanka. The pitch started to degrade near the finish, but Matthew Wade still displayed all of his expertise. The run rate was in their favor, and Wade took his time settling in. Even though the pitch was supposed to get slower, they constantly aimed for the bowlers throughout the Powerplay.
The Sri Lankan captain Dasun Shanaka claims that 20 more runs would have been more important. Mentions that the conditions were difficult, the top-order collapsed, and they ultimately failed to get going. They claim that despite taking a lot of wickets in the middle, they didn't make use of them. They discussed whether they needed to add another seamer before the game, but they decided to stick with their current bowling lineup, which was successful in their favor
The Player of the Match is Matthew Wade for his composed batting under pressure. He claims they sniffed a little bit tonight. Sri Lanka had a momentum that was difficult to reverse. Once they get going, they are a difficult team to stop. Mentions that the run rate was never an issue because their top order got out to a fast start.
Earlier in the game, Sri Lanka was allowed to bat as per the Sri Lanka highlights, but this time they struggled throughout the Powerplay and didn't even get off to a strong start. Charith Asalanka and Kusal Mendis established a solid partnership in the middle overs, but the regular wicket losses cost them dearly, particularly in the end. The Richardson duo of Jhye and Kane took seven wickets to Australia's advantage, which also included Glenn Maxwell in their haul. The bowling effort to hold the opponents to just 124 was effective. Australia got off to a quick start during the chase, quickly taking a significant portion of the target away. As the Sri Lankan spinners dominated and Wanindu Hasaranga once again demonstrated why he is so highly regarded, they did lose a lot of wickets in the middle overs. After that, Matthew Wade's contribution lower in the order helped his team cross the finish line and win the T20I series.
Although Sri Lanka lost the series, they will still learn a lot from the game's second half. The bowlers also got off to a bad start after yet another disappointing performance with the bat. But they persisted in bowling heartily, and eventually, wickets started to fall. The show's hero was Wanindu Hasaranga, who continued to throw even after being struck and finished with four wickets. Dushmantha Chameera batted for 18 runs in the opening over and also made a strong comeback. The other bowlers were efficient, but they simply didn't have enough runs to play with; if they had 20 or so more, the situation might have been quite different. They will strive to prevent a whitewash for the time being by concentrating on the next game.
Australia was anticipated to do so once more after chasing down a comparable score in the previous game, and they did succeed in getting off to the right start. Aaron Finch quickly got going after applying his form from the previous game. Finch, though, tried to be too aggressive and ultimately lost his wicket. Mitchell Marsh and David Warner got off to a good start, but Marsh and Steven Smith were fired shortly after. Warner was eliminated via a run-out, which caused the visitors to lose their way temporarily. Before Maxwell left, the door was left open for the opposition. Maxwell and Wade maintained composure and brought their team near to victory. Australia ultimately succeeded in crossing the finish line owing to an assured performance from Matthew Wade.
The game was a tight finish, but the Australians prevailed and went on to win the T20I series with one game still to play. Australia has been the more dominant team in the two games so far, and despite the efforts of the Lankan bowlers in this game, the visitors deserved to win both the game and the series.

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⁣Actors and Actresses involved in the IPL 2022 Final Match at the Narendra Modi Stadium

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⁣Brilliant Bumrah Takes 6-19 | Highlights - England v India | 1st Men's Royal London ODI 2022

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Brilliant Bumrah Takes 6-19 | Highlights – England v India | 1st Men’s Royal London ODI 2022

India beat 50-over world champions England by 10 wickets in Tuesday's opening one-day international at the Oval. Fast bowler Bumrah record his career’s best 6-19, helping the hosts bowl for just 110 runs in 25.2 overs.

In the above Bumrah video, we have shown some ENG vs IND highlights.

ENG Vs IND 1st Men’s Royal London ODI 2022 - Match Highlights

After winning the toss favorably, India's skipper Rohit Sharma scored an unbroken 76 before Shikhar Dhawan (31 not out) ran out Brydon Carse for four, and the scoreboard reached 114-0 with more than 31 overs remaining.

The victory gives India, the 2023 World Cup hosts, a 1-0 lead in the three-match series, which starts on Thursday at Lord's on the opposite side of London's River Thames.

As per Jasprit Bumrah record, he bowled a four-wicket opening burst in five overs against an England team that may have had their best batting lineup at this level since winning the 2019 World Cup final.

Against Australia at Old Trafford in 2001, England averted the humiliation of being removed for less than their all-time worst completed ODI total of 86.

However, England was bowled out with just under half of their 50 overs remaining due to an innings that included four ducks in the top six — Jason Roy, Joe Root, Ben Stokes, and Liam Livingstone were all out for nothing.

To surpass his lone another five-wicket haul of his 71-match ODI career—5-27 against Sri Lanka at Pallekele five years ago—Bumrah, 28, returned and took care of Brydon Carse and David Willey.

In his 80th appearance, Bumrah's partner with the baller, Mohammed Shami, took 3-31 in seven overs to become the fastest Indian and joint-third fastest to 150 ODI wickets.

Only four players in England's innings reached double digits, with skipper Jos Buttler leading the way with 30 and Willey reaching 21.

The faster bowlers were given an advantage by the cloudy skies and the well-grassed wicket, but India's new-ball pair still put on an excellent performance.

The mood was set when Roy attempted to drive Bumrah's fourth ball of the day while playing on his Surrey home field. The top-ranked Test batsman in the world, Root, was dismissed two balls later by a Bumrah delivery that lifted off a decent length.

After inside-edging a drive off Mohammed Shami in the following over, Test skipper Stokes was wonderfully caught by diving wicketkeeper Rishabh Pant for a golden duck.

Jonny Bairstow, who had just scored 200 in England's seven-wicket victory over India in the fifth Test, postponed by Covid, at Edgbaston, was out for seven after edging a superb Bumrah delivery to Pant, who took a diving right-handed catch.

Root, Stokes, and Bairstow were absent from the most recent T20 series, which India won 2-1.

The famous trio hadn't competed in a 50-over match since England won New Zealand in the World Cup final at Lord's three years prior.

When Livingstone crossed his crease to begin the eighth over, England was 26-5, and Bumrah cleanly bowled him with a leg-stump as shown in the above Jasprit Bumrah video.

Buttler attempted to change the course of the match by hitting six fours out of the 32 balls he faced, but instead, he hoisted Shami to deep square leg, where Suryakumar Yadav held a wise catch just inside the rope.

No. 11 With a well-placed drive off Yuzvendra Chahal's leg-spin, Reece Topley scored England's first and only six. However, the innings were over two balls later when Bumrah struck Willey with a lightning-fast yorker to dismiss him.

Rohit got going fast and hammered Willey and Craig Overton with legside sixes. To complete a 49-ball fifty that included six fours, he also hooked Carse for a six.

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