United States of America Penalized 5 Runs for Exceeding Over Start Time

Another new day, another fresh match in New York between India and the host United States of America. India today bowled brilliantly and rattled the USA’s batting lineup. India started their batting not so well. They lost two quick and most important wickets of Virat Kohli and skipper Rohit Sharma. After that, Indian players balanced the innings. When the match came to an end, the USA made a big mistake which benefitted India but was a big upset for the host.

USA’s Biggest Mistake:

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While chasing 111 runs, India didn’t start well. But Rishabh Pant and Suryakumar Yadav balanced the innings well. After Rishabh got out Shivam Dube came and gave a great companion to him to win the match. But while this chase was one and India needed 35 runs to win, that time USA made a big mistake which cost them in a big way. The USA team has received a 5-run penalty for exceeding the 60-second limit to begin a new over on three occasions during the innings. According to the new regulations, this delay incurs an automatic penalty. As a result, their total score has been reduced by 5 runs due to this infraction.

India’s Innings Against USA:

In this match, captain Rohit Sharma got out by scoring just 3 runs from 6 balls. Virat Kohli was dismissed for a duck on his very first ball. Wicketkeeper Rishabh Pant contributed 18 runs from 20 balls, including one four and one six, maintaining a strike rate of 90. Suryakumar Yadav played a crucial role, remaining unbeaten with 50 runs off 49 balls, hitting two fours and two sixes, and achieving a strike rate of 102.04. Shivam Dube also remained not out, scoring 31 runs from 35 balls with one four and one six, ending with a strike rate of 88.57. Their efforts provided a mixed batting performance for the team. With that amazing performance, India is qualified for the Super 8 stage.

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Another new day, another fresh match in New York between India and the host United States of America. India today bowled brilliantly and rattled the USA’s batting lineup. India started their batting not so well. They lost two quick and most important wickets of Virat Kohli and skipper Rohit Sharma. After that, Indian players balanced the innings. When the match came to an end, the USA made a big mistake which benefitted India but was a big upset for the host.

USA’s Biggest Mistake:

While chasing 111 runs, India didn’t start well. But Rishabh Pant and Suryakumar Yadav balanced the innings well. After Rishabh got out Shivam Dube came and gave a great companion to him to win the match. But while this chase was one and India needed 35 runs to win, that time USA made a big mistake which cost them in a big way. The USA team has received a 5-run penalty for exceeding the 60-second limit to begin a new over on three occasions during the innings. According to the new regulations, this delay incurs an automatic penalty. As a result, their total score has been reduced by 5 runs due to this infraction.

India’s Innings Against USA:

In this match, captain Rohit Sharma got out by scoring just 3 runs from 6 balls. Virat Kohli was dismissed for a duck on his very first ball. Wicketkeeper Rishabh Pant contributed 18 runs from 20 balls, including one four and one six, maintaining a strike rate of 90. Suryakumar Yadav played a crucial role, remaining unbeaten with 50 runs off 49 balls, hitting two fours and two sixes, and achieving a strike rate of 102.04. Shivam Dube also remained not out, scoring 31 runs from 35 balls with one four and one six, ending with a strike rate of 88.57. Their efforts provided a mixed batting performance for the team. With that amazing performance, India is qualified for the Super 8 stage.

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