Kuldeep Yadav Breaking All Records In "India v/s Eng 2018" ODI Match
India beat England by eight wickets in the One Day International at Trent Bridge on Thursday. Left-arm wrist-spinner Kuldeep Yadav took an ODI-best six for 25 as England were restricted for only 268 after India captain Virat Kohli won the toss. India completed on 269 for two, with Rohit Sharma making an unbeaten 137 as his side won with almost 10 overs to save. Triumph saw India take a 1-0 lead in a three-coordinate arrangement that proceeds at Lord's on Saturday. Prior, Kuldeep Yadav had gone through England's best request with a burst of three wickets for five keeps running in 10 balls, Ben Stokes (50) and Jos Buttler (53) endeavored to repair the harm with a fifth-wicket remain of 93.
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Kuldeep Yadav outperformed comrade Murali Karthik's record of 6/27 against Australia in 2007.
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Kuldeep Yadav knocked down some pins a bewildering 38 speck balls and not once he was hit for a limit. This was Kuldeep Yadav's initial five-for in ODIs after he had as of late accomplished a similar accomplishment in T20Is amid the Manchester experience. Test Captain Joe Root, back in the group subsequent to being let well enough alone for the group that lost the third T20, at that point played back to Kuldeep Yadav and was plumb lbw for three.
Kuldeep Yadav additionally bettered Shahid Afridi's 5/11 to record the best figures by any spinner in ODIs in England.
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Bairstow had looked in magnificent touch be that as it may, as Roy, he excessively fell for 38 when lbw, making it impossible to Kuldeep Yadav on survey. Turn additionally demonstrated the fixing of England skipper Eoin Morgan (19) when he imprudently chipped leg-break bowler Yuzvendra Chahal to Suresh Raina at midwicket. Morgan's leave left England 105 for four in the twentieth over.
Stirs and Buttler staunched the stream of wickets without breaking the shackles. Buttler was as yet ready to finish a 45-ball fifty, but with only five fours, including an upscale cover-drive off Umesh. Be that as it may, with England trusting he would cut free late on, Buttler was rather expelled when a look off Kuldeep Yadav was well gotten down the legside by veteran wicket-keeper MS Dhoni. The typically hard-hitting Stokes at that point finished a fifty off a calm 102 balls, including only two fours. Feeds was likewise unfit to go ahead. One ball subsequent to achieving his fifty, the left-hander attempted to invert clear Kuldeep Yadav just for debutant Siddarth Kaul, who had been at short third man, to hold an astounding catch.
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Kuldeep Yadav, who did not surrender a limit in his greatest 10 overs, hit again with his last conveyance when David Willey holed out in the profound to KL. Kuldeep Yadav's figure made him the fourth best bowler for India in the one-day cricket. Stuart Binny held the Indian record who took six wickets to the disservice of just four continues running against Bangladesh in 2014 in Mirpur. Driving Indian Test wicket-taker Anil Kumble's 6/12 against West Indies in 1993 is India's second best while Ashish Nehra incorporates third in the listwith his 6/23 against England in 2003 World Cup.