India defeated England by 10 wickets in the first ODI match at the Oval on Tuesday to go 1-0 up in the three-match ODI series. It was a dominating victory for the visitors. Former Indian captain MS Dhoni, who is currently holidaying in the United Kingdom, also came to attend the first ODI match at Oval.
Dhoni was seen posing for a photograph with celebrated actor Saif Ali Khan and former West Indies cricketer Gordon Greenidge in London. Bollywood superstar Saif Ali Khan visited Oval stadium along with his wife Karena Kapoor and son Taimur Khan to watch the first ODI against England at Oval.
MS Dhoni with Gordon Greenidge and Saif Ali Khan in Oval for the first ODI. pic.twitter.com/7mQtjtZU9d
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Earlier, MS Dhoni also attended the last two T20I games against England. He has been closely following the matches of the Indian team in the United Kingdom. Indian Wicketkeeper Rishabh Pant also clicked photos with MS Dhoni after the completion of the match.
The Indian team comfortably won the match by 10 wickets. Rohit Sharma was delighted with the win. Rohit himself played a brilliant knock of 75 runs in the first ODI against England. The Indian captain displayed a masterclass of pull shots. Rohit hit 5 sixes in the run chase against England.
Jasprit Bumrah registers 3rd best bowling figures by an Indian bowler in ODIs
Jasprit Bumrah was the hero with the ball for the Indian team. Bumrah picked 6 crucial wickets in the first ODI against England. He shattered the top order of England. Mohammed Shami too picked 3 wickets in the first ODI. As a result, England was restricted to a total of 110 runs against a strong Indian bowling attack.
The Team India pacer in the post-match presentation said, “When I bowled the first ball, I found some swing and we tried to exploit that. When it doesn’t swing, I have to pull my lengths back. When the ball is doing something you don’t have to try a lot. When the wicket is flat your accuracy is tested. It is a good place to be when the ball is swinging.”
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