| On Mar 28, 2021 9:00 PM IST

Bad Fielding From Virat Kohli? Watch The Video And Decide Yourself, IND vs ENG 3rd ODI

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Virat Kohli Fielding: The margin can only be so much in a game of stakes as high as in India vs England final ODI. Extra efforts in the field can save vital runs while putting more miles in your legs, when your heart is pumping hard and struggling to catch a breath, can be the difference in a game between two high profile teams.

Bad Fielding From Virat Kohli? Watch The Video And Decide Yourself, IND vs ENG 3rd ODI

England captain Jos Buttler was still settling at the crease when an incident happened that fans may have overlooked. But had Virat Kohli showed more spontaneity, it could have fetched India another wicket. From the video, it’s clear that Kohli himself felt that there was an opportunity to run Jos Buttler out.

Here is the video where Virat Kohli though he may have missed a chance to run Jos Buttler out!


IND vs ENG 3rd ODI: India Close To Win India vs England ODI Series

An imposing total and better work from bowlers have put India in a commanding position to win the India vs England 3rd ODI match. It was the first for quite some time now for Jonny Bairstow and Jason Roy as the duo failed to affect the game for England.

The Three Lions were 241/7 in 35.5 over at the time of writing this article. Sam Curran and Adil Rashid were still holding firm and keeping England in the game.

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Earlier, an opening century stands from Shikhar Dhawan and Rohit Sharma gave India a perfect platform to launch a big total. But the Men In Blue seemed to have scuppered the opportunity following three quick dismissals, involving Virat Kohli, but Rishabh Pant and Hardik Pandya took the fight to the opponent and helped India to a challenging total of 329 runs.

 


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