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Live Score India Vs England 1st ODI

England beat India by 9 runs

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Toss won by : England Status : England beat India by 9 runs

Batted First : England Batted Second : India

England Innings 325/4 (50.0 over) Run Rate: 6.5

Batsman Status R B 4's 6's
Alastair Cook (C) c Ajinkya Rahane b Suresh Raina 75 83 11 1
Ian Bell run out (Ajinkya Rahane) 85 96 9 1
Kevin Pietersen c Virat Kohli b Ashok Dinda 44 45 4 1
Eoin Morgan c & b Ashok Dinda 41 38 4 2
Craig Kieswetter (W) not out 24 20 1 2
Samit Patel not out 44 20 6 1
Joe Root
Jade Dernbach
Tim Bresnan
James Tredwell
Steven Finn

Extras : 12 (b - 0, w - 10, nb - 2, lb - 0, Penalty - 0)

Fall of wickets : 1/158 ( Ian Bell 27.4 ov.), 2/172 ( Alastair Cook 31.1 ov.), 3/248 ( Eoin Morgan 42 ov.), 4/255 ( Kevin Pietersen 43.5 ov.)

Bowlers O M R WKT NO WD ECON
Bhuvneshwar Kumar 7 0 52 0 0 2 7.43
Ishant Sharma 10 2 86 0 0 2 8.6
Ashok Dinda 8 0 53 2 2 2 6.63
Ravichandran Ashwin 9 0 61 0 0 1 6.78
Ravindra Jadeja 10 0 46 0 0 1 4.6
Suresh Raina 5 0 18 1 0 2 3.6
Virat Kohli 1 0 9 0 0 0 9

India Innings 316/9 (50.0 over) Run Rate: 6.32

Batsman Status R B 4's 6's
Ajinkya Rahane c Jade Dernbach b James Tredwell 47 57 6 0
Gautam Gambhir c Ian Bell b James Tredwell 52 52 7 0
Virat Kohli c Craig Kieswetter b Tim Bresnan 15 22 1 0
Yuvraj Singh c Jade Dernbach b James Tredwell 61 54 8 1
Suresh Raina c & b James Tredwell 50 49 7 0
MS Dhoni (C) (W) c Joe Root b Jade Dernbach 32 25 0 4
Ravindra Jadeja b Jade Dernbach 7 9 0 0
Ravichandran Ashwin c Craig Kieswetter b Steven Finn 13 8 2 0
Bhuvneshwar Kumar not out 20 16 2 0
Ashok Dinda b Tim Bresnan 3 4 0 0
Ishant Sharma not out 7 5 1 0

Extras : 9 (b - 0, w - 7, nb - 1, lb - 1, Penalty - 0)

Fall of wickets : 1/96 ( Ajinkya Rahane 16.4 ov.), 2/102 ( Gautam Gambhir 18.4 ov.), 3/138 ( Virat Kohli 25.4 ov.), 4/198 ( Yuvraj Singh 34.4 ov.), 5/243 ( Suresh Raina 41.4 ov.), 6/271 ( MS Dhoni 44.2 ov.), 7/273 ( Ravindra Jadeja 44.5 ov.), 8/297 ( Ravichandran Ashwin 47.3 ov.), 9/307 ( Ashok Dinda 48.5 ov.)

Bowlers O M R WKT NO WD ECON
Steven Finn 10 0 63 1 0 1 6.3
Jade Dernbach 10 0 69 2 0 2 6.9
Tim Bresnan 8 0 67 2 1 1 8.38
James Tredwell 10 0 44 4 0 1 4.4
Joe Root 9 0 51 0 0 2 5.67
Samit Patel 3 0 21 0 0 0 7
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