| On Mar 27, 2021 11:46 AM IST

Ben Stokes says “SORRY” to his Dad after getting out on 99 in IND vs ENG 2nd ODI

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The England team will end their much-talked-about tour to India on Sunday. Before the start of the test series, the visitors won their test series against Sri Lanka and were confident. In the 1st test match, they continued their good form and won the match quite convincingly by 227 runs. But, Indian won three consecutive matches on the back of terrific performances from Axar Patel and In T20Is, there was a tough competition with India winning the series 3-2. The ODI series is levelled 1-1 as well and the series decider will be played on Sunday.

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IND vs ENG: Ben Stokes says “SORRY” to his Dad

The all-rounder Ben Stokes played a brilliant knock of 99 off 52 balls to help the team win the India vs England 2nd ODI at Pune. His knock put a serious pressure on the Indian bowlers and his return in form would surely boost the England team’s prospects in the final ODI.

After getting dismissed on 99, it can be seen in the video, he is saying Sorry to his Dad for missing the century.

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IND vs ENG 3rd ODI: What Lies Ahead in the Series Decider?

The England team played their brand of cricket to register a confidence-boosting win in the 2nd ODI. The openers along with Ben Stokes would be again playing a vital role in the series decider due to their experience. The other batsmen Dawid Malan and Liam Livingstone can prove to be a good support to them. The bowlers have to be consistent with their line and length.

For the Indian team, the batsmen have performed well in both matches. Although the bowing unit fared well in the 1st ODI, they failed miserably to take crucial wickets in the middle overs in the 2nd ODI. The return of Chahal and the form of Bhuvi can help the Indian team to win the series.

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Harshit Rathi @cricketharshit

Cricket buff. A happy kid who gets to write about Cricket. Traveler.