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England vs India 2022 Stats Blast Mohammed Shami Jasprit Bumrah and Indian team

India have started the ODI series against the hosts England in a very strong way as the visitors thrashed the hosts by 10 wickets in the series opener of the three-match ODI series.

Sandipan Ghosh
Last updated: 16.07.2022
England vs India 2022 Stats Blast Mohammed Shami Jasprit Bumrah and Indian team

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After winning the T20I series in the ongoing England tour, India have started the ODI series in a very strong way as the visitors thrashed the hosts by 10 wickets in the series opener of the three-match ODI series.

The Oval hosted the first game of this series last Tuesday (12th July). After the Indian captain, Rohit Sharma, sent England to bat first, the hosts were bundled out for just 110 runs in 25.2 overs.

In reply, the visitors chased down that little target in 18.4 overs without losing any wicket (114/0). With this ten wickets win, the Men in Blues have taken the 1-0 lead in this series with two to go.  

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Clueless England

: 4 ducks among the top 6 batters

  • In ODI history, England became the second hosts where four out of the top six batters scored ducks in an innings. In 2013, the hosts Canada recorded its first time against the Netherlands at King City (NW) on 29th August 2013.


  • It was the second time when four out of the top six English batters scored ducks in an ODI innings. Previously it happened during the 2018 Adelaide ODI (26th January 2018) against the hosts Australia.


: 110 all out

England were bundled out for just 110 runs in 25.2 overs.

  • It was England’s lowest completed ODI total against India. Their previous lowest record in this list was 125 in 37 overs during the 2006 Jaipur ODI (15th October 2006).   


  • It was the sixth-lowest completed ODI total for England at home.


Mohammed Shami:  completed 151 ODI wickets in 80 matches

The Indian right-arm pacer Mohammed Shami has taken 151 wickets in 80 ODIs. He took 80 ODIs to complete 150 ODI wickets.

  • Fastest Indian to complete 150 ODI wickets. The previous Indian record holder was the right-arm pacer Ajit Agarkar who completed it in 97 ODIs.


  • Second fastest pacers to complete 150 ODI wickets. Australian left-arm pacer Mitchell Starc completed 150 ODI wickets in 77 matches.


  • Joint third fastest to complete 150 ODI wickets along with the Afghanistan leg-spinner Rashid Khan (80 ODIs). The top two names in this list are Australian left-arm pacer Mitchell Starc (77 ODIs) and former Pakistan right-arm off-spinner Saqlain Mushtaq (78 ODIs).


Hostile Jasprit Bumrah: 7.2-3-19-6

The Indian right-arm pacer Jasprit Bumrah won the Player of the Match award for managing the dominant bowling figures of 7.2-3-19-6.

  • Best ODI bowling figures by an Indian bowler against England. The previous record was 10-0-23-6 by Ashish Nehra at Durban on 26th February 2003.


  • Third best ODI bowling figures for India.


Player

Bowling figures

Opposition

Venue

Date

Stuart Binny

4.4-2-4-6

Bangladesh

Mirpur

17th June 2014

Anil Kumble

6.1-2-12-6

West Indies

Kolkata

27th November 1993                                      

Jasprit Bumrah

7.2-3-19-6

England

The Oval

12th July 2022

 

  • While Bumrah managed the seventh-best ODI bowling figures for any bowler against England, it was also the third-best ODI bowling figures against the hosts England.

Player (Team)

Bowling figures

Venue

Date

Waqar Younis (Pakistan)

10-0-36-7

Leeds

17th June 2001

Gary Gilmour (Australia)

12-6-14-6

Leeds

18th June 1975

Jasprit Bumrah (India)

7.2-3-19-6

The Oval

12th July 2022

 

Clean sweeper Indian pacers: picked all 10 wickets

Indian pacers took all the ten wickets in the first innings of this ODI. Apart from Jasprit Bumrah’s six-far (6/19), Mohammed Shami got three wickets (3/31) and Prasidh Krishna took one wicket (1/26).

  • It was the only second time in ODI history when India pacers took all the ten wickets in an innings against the hosts. The first incident happened against Bangladesh at Mirpur on 17th June 2014.


  • It was the sixth time when Indian pacers took all ten wickets in an ODI innings. However, it was the first time against England.


Unbroken Indian openers Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan: 5108 ODI runs for the opening wicket

Indian openers Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan have now added 5108 ODI runs for their opening wicket partnership.


  • Second Indian opening partnership to record 5000+ ODI runs. Sourav Ganguly and Sachin Tendulkar are still holding the record for the highest runs for the first wicket ODI partnership with 6609 runs.


  • Fourth openers to set up the 5000+ ODI partnership. The top three opening partners in this list are Indian openers Sourav Ganguly and Sachin Tendulkar (6609 runs), Australian openers Adam Gilchrist and Matthew Hayden (5372 runs) and West Indian openers Gordon Greenidge and Desmond Haynes (5150 runs).


Hitman Rohit Sharma

: 250 ODI sixes

Indian cricketer Rohit Sharma has hit 250 sixes in his ODI career.

  • First Indian to hit 250 ODI sixes.


  • Second right-handed batter to hit 250 ODI sixes. Former Pakistan cricketer Shahid Afridi hit 351 ODI sixes.


  • Fourth batter to hit 250 ODI sixes. The top three in this list are former Pakistan cricketer Shahid Afridi (351 sixes), West Indian and ICC World XI cricketer Chris Gayle (331 sixes) and former Sri Lankan and Asia XI cricketer Sanath Jayasuriya (270 sixes).


: 134 ODI sixes outside India

Rohit Sharma has also hit 134 ODI sixes outside India.


  • It is the most ODI sixes for an Indian cricketer outside India. Sourav Ganguly was previously holding this record with 132 ODI sixes outside India.


  • Fourth most ODI six-hitter outside the home soil.


Dominant India: won by 10 wickets

The visitors India won this ODI by 10 wickets.


  • First ODI team to beat the hosts England by 10 wickets.


  • India’s first ODI victory against England by 10 wickets.


  • Sixth time when England lost an ODI by 10 wickets (first time since March 2011).


  • India’s third 10-wicket ODI win against any hosts. Previously they recorded it against West Indies (at Port of Spain on 27th April 1997) and Zimbabwe (at Harare on 15th June 2016).  


  • India’s seventh ten-wicket ODI win. 

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