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Attacking Yuzvendra Chahal, Kuldeep Yadav changed the game for England: Eoin Morgan

first_img m B Match Ended Kedar Jadhav K. Jadhav not out third Man 1 Mid on – 0 c Chris Woakes b Liam Plunkett 10 31 Point 33 Extras: 7 runs (B: 0, LB: 1, WD: 6, NB: 0, P: 0) Point 306/5 (50.0) 102 fine Leg 337/7 0 Indo-Asian News Service BirminghamJuly 1, 2019UPDATED: July 1, 2019 10:36 IST Yuzvendra Chahal bowled the most expensive spell by an Indian in World Cup history. (Reuters Photo)HIGHLIGHTSChahal and Yuzvendra Chahal bowled the most expensive spell by an Indian in World Cup historydoubtfulness changed the game for England, Morgan believesChahal conceded 88 runs off his 10 overs without taking a wicketKuldeep Yadav meanwhile, picked up a wicket but went for 72 runs from his 10 oversEngland openers Jonny Bairstow and Jason Roy might have started cautiously, putting on 47 runs from the first powerplay, but they hit 97 from the next 10 as the likes of Yuzvendra Chahal and Kuldeep Yadav looked clueless and England skipper Eoin Morgan believes that changed the game for the hosts.”That period from 10 to 20 overs was probably the difference between the game,” Morgan said after the end of the game.”I think we scored about 90-something runs in 10 or 11 overs. And it was quite evident to see when the seam was run, the ball was not coming onto the bat. There was only a little bit of pace and we got a little bit of purchase from cutters, slower balls.”So Jonny and Jason can make a wicket seem flat at different stages, and they did through that period. So it was a great period for us and obviously got us off to an unbelievable start. So we felt we were ahead of the game at that time,” an elated Morgan explained.It was a must-win game and the English boys put on a clinical display and skipper Morgan said that is what gives this team confidence that they can not only qualify for the knockout games but also lift the coveted title.”We had lost the last two games, and obviously, you have to turn things around but you don’t know how you’re going to play. Having played the way we did today is very encouraging for us. The closer we can get to play our A-game, the more of a chance we have of going the whole way.advertisement”If we’re scraping our way along, not playing the type of cricket we played in the last four years, I wouldn’t be as confident,” he pointed.Also Read | This win keeps World Cup campaign in our own hands: Jonny Bairstow after England winAlso Read | Rishabh Pant made a big statement with his batting: Sachin TendulkarAlso SeeFor sports news, updates, live scores and cricket fixtures, log on to indiatoday.in/sports. Like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for Sports news, scores and updates.Get real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. Download from Post your comment Do You Like This Story? Awesome! Now share the story Too bad. Tell us what you didn’t like in the comments Posted byAkshay Ramesh Tags :Follow World Cup 2019Follow Eoin MorganFollow Yuzvendra ChahalFollow Kuldeep YadavFollow India vs England Scorecard Rohit Sharma (IND) R. Sharma (IND) Top Batsmen Top Batsmen fine Leg MS Dhoni (wk) MS Dhoni (wk) not out 198/3 ( R. Sharma 36.1 Overs) , 4 Top Bowlers Top Bowlers Mid Wicket 10 Point 0 0 All batsmen are considered right handed commentary Mid on 12 55 5.8 covers view full scorecard 4s 3/55 (10) Toss: ENG elected to bat 0 Mid off 0 Jasprit Bumrah J. Bumrah 6 1 0 29 c Jos Buttler b Chris Woakes 10 109 4 covers Mid on All batsmen are considered right handed Point 306/5 third Man Yuzvendra Chahal Y. Chahal England Bowling ENG Bowling ICC Cricket World Cup, 2019, Match 38 7 covers Mid Wicket 0 Virat Kohli (c) V. Kohli (c) c sub b Liam Plunkett Square Leg 4.5 England ENG 0 covers Mid Wicket c sub b Liam Plunkett covers Mid off Liam Plunkett (ENG) L. Plunkett (ENG) 306/5 102 (109) Mid Wicket vs 111 (109) KL Rahul KL Rahul c & b Chris Woakes Rohit Sharma R. Sharma c Jos Buttler b Chris Woakes Jofra Archer J. Archer Series Status: Player Of The Match: Jonny Bairstow Rishabh Pant R. Pant c Chris Woakes b Liam Plunkett covers 0 337/7 Square Leg 6s 135.48 All batsmen are considered right handed 92.30 267/5 ( H. Pandya 44.5 Overs) , 0 third Man 1 Mid off Mid on 0 136.36 45 fine Leg 0 third Mancenter_img 2 146/2 ( V. Kohli 28.2 Overs) , c & b Chris Woakes not out 4 86.84 0 42 226/4 ( R. Pant 39.1 Overs) , Super Over 0 c sub b Liam Plunkett All batsmen are considered right handed third Man 73 fine Leg Mid Wicket Mid on 5/69 (10) 0 wd Mid Wicket India batting IND batting No data available! nb 0 Kuldeep Yadav K. Yadav 32 3 third Man Referee: Ranjan Madugalle (SL) Umpires: Aleem Dar (PAK), Kumar Dharmasena (SL) and Ruchira Palliyaguruge (SL) 0 not out 15 e/r 8.5 Ben Stokes B. Stokes Mid off 1 S/R (50.0) 34 110.34 (50.0) Square Leg 8/1 ( KL Rahul 2.3 Overs) , view more view less Fall of Wickets Mohammed Shami (IND) M. Shami (IND) 45 All batsmen are considered right handed o Point 7.3 w (50.0) Square Leg Match Ended Chris Woakes C. Woakes 0 3 58 6.66 ICC Cricket World Cup, 2019 fine Leg 76 ICC Cricket World Cup, 2019 Time: (GMT) | 15:00 (Local Time) Jonny Bairstow (ENG) J. Bairstow (ENG) India IND 0 0 fine Leg Square Leg Mid off Liam Plunkett L. Plunkett Square Leg Mohammed Shami M. Shami 0 England ENG 0 4 5.5 Mark Wood M. Wood r 0 All batsmen are considered right handed India IND 93.57 Mid off England beat India by 31 runs Attacking Yuzvendra Chahal, Kuldeep Yadav changed the game for England: Eoin MorganEoin Morgan believes the game changed when, Chahal and Yadav looked clueless after Bairstow and Roy started cautiously, with 47 runs from the first powerplay, but hit 97 from the next 10. Point 9 40 0 10 R India 0 England Mid on (50.0) Adil Rashid A. Rashid 66 Hardik Pandya H. Pandya c sub b Liam Plunkett 0 13 4 advertisement graphs Nextlast_img read more

Cold brew coffee drinks and more for springtime

first_imgSpringtime is here, and that means warmer weather and cooler coffee drinks. But who says that coffee is just for a morning boost. You can also add coffee to a cocktail for a pick me up with an added extra kick. Here are a few coffee cocktails from Birch Coffee, SUSHISAMBA, Dante and, with World Whiskey Day coming up on May 21, Knappogue Single Malt Irish Whiskey in partnership with the Langham Place Hotel.Espresso Martini – created by Naren Young for Dante2 oz Aylesbury Duck vodka.5 oz Galliano Ristretto.75 oz simple syrup1 double shot espressoGlass: Large CoupeIce: CubeMethod: Shake very hard and single strainGarnish: 3 coffee beansNegroni Coffee Swizzle – created by Naren Young for Dante.75 oz Del Maguey ‘Vida’1 oz Noilly Prat Ambre.75 oz Meletti Bitter.5 oz Cold Brew CoffeeGlass: HighballIce: CrushedMethod: Swizzle with crushed iceGarnish: 5 Coffee beansThe Kissing Hill – created by Robbie Clift for Measure Bar at Langham Place Hotel2 oz Knappogue Castle Single Malt Irish whiskey1.5 oz Fresh pressed apple juice1 oz Stumptown cold brew.5 oz St. GermineGlass: CoupeIce: CubeMethod: Shake. StrainGarnish: Apple fanCafé Millonario – created by Richard Woods for SUSHISAMBA NYC1oz Coffee infused Bacardi Black Rum0.75oz Mozart Dark Chocolate0.5oz Tonka infused Maple syrup1 double shot espresso6 Dashes Fee Aztec bittersGlass: Large Coupe Editors’ Recommendations 7 Best Travel Coffee Mugs for Morning Joe To Go 10 Classic Vodka Cocktail Recipes You Can Mix at Home 5 Classic Whiskey Cocktails You Should Know How to Make 6 Essential Scotch Cocktails That You Need to Know 10 Refreshing Labor Day Cocktail Recipes to Salute the End of Summer last_img read more