Hardik Pandya motioned for a difference in bat amidst the 45th over of India's batting innings. At the point when Dinesh Karthik kept running in with a selection of cutting edges, India required 71 keeps running from 32 balls and the men burdened with the obligation of this close incomprehensible errand were Pandya and MS Dhoni. 

Pandya gauged his alternatives and picked the one that he accepted could clear the field. For, in all honesty, until that point India had hit no sixes during their pursuit while England had smacked 11. 

As Pandya took strike, Liam Plunkett kept running in to bowl. The ball was moderate and short yet Pandya's planned pound was executed, and the confused shot took off into the hot Birmingham air. What's more, around two meters shorter than Pandya would've needed, it tumbled down the measured palms of long-on. 

Despite the fact that Dhoni trudged on till the last bundle of the match (he even smacked India's just six in that finished), Pandya's wicket was the point at which India's pursuit had everything except finished; an end that was first introduced when the maharaja of pursues, Virat Kohli, was expelled (likewise by Plunkett) after he scored his fifth successive fifty of this World Cup. 

Starting there on, India did well to lose by just 31 runs – a deficiency that guaranteed their first loss of this World Cup. 

In the 29th over, Kohli endeavored to slice Plunkett through square however couldn't hold the ball down and it was gobbled up by the substitute defender, James Vince, positioned at point. Kohli was out for 66 and despite the fact that Rohit Sharma was batting at the opposite end on a score like his expelled commander, India's pursuit presently refreshed on the youthful shoulders of the man strolling in to bat – Rishabh Pant. 

Less on the grounds that Sharma was having an off-day and not by any means timing the ball like he normally does however increasingly because of the way that Pant can hit sixes freely and sixes were the need of this hour. 

First ball, Pant almost ran himself out. He spotted the ball to point and hoped to get off the blemish on his World Cup presentation and immediately acknowledged there was no kept running in it and jumped once more into his wrinkle without a moment to spare. Next ball, he was about out LBW – Plunkett's full conveyance had hit the lefty's cushions outside leg stump and Pant figured out how to get off hit with a leg bye. What's more, even from the non-striker's end he everything except finished his innings, running after the track when Sharma had hit the ball directly to mid-off and lurched back to make ground. 

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With precisely 150 runs required from 15 overs now, it was high time for Pant to toss his bat around, guidance Pant took rather actually. The Mark Wood conveyance was short and Pant swung at it and missed even as his bat traveled to square-leg. He didn't generally lose his bat, however quite often Pant missed these planned hoicks towards cow corner. What's more, on the uncommon event he associated in the 40th over, he was gotten by a jumping Chris Woakes at profound in reverse square leg. 

Such was India's day. Also, the fans at Edgbaston – prevalently Indian – perhaps observed it coming when the innings started with three back to back ladies from Chris Woakes, who got and bowled KL Rahul for zero during that period as well. Sharma too would've been rejected similarly as right on time (on 4 runs) had Joe Root clung on to the opportunity he got off Jofra Archer's bowling. In any case, in spite of the fact that he proceeded to get a hundred, his third of this World Cup and 25th in general, Sharma truly didn't hurt England such much. Such was his day as well, peppered with driving edges and skiers falling between defenders. 

This was Sharma's just ODI century in which he didn't hit a six. Be that as it may, neither did any other individual separated from Dhoni in the India innings. Also, when Dhoni did, at the finish of his befuddling innings where he appeared to be loose even as he strolled his singles when nothing not as much as limits would have brought India close. His thump will undoubtedly revive the situation on India's center request hardships however Dhoni wasn't the reason India lost on Sunday; India's wrist spinners Yuzvendra Chahal and Kuldeep Yadav were, both of them getting smacked for 160 keeps running between them. 

What's more, in the end, England's 11 sixes to India's one made a difference. For, Virat Kohli's side lost by a run more than what five of those hits were value.

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