ODI team’s lowest score ever | England recorded the lowest ODI score against India

Jaspreet Bumrah

After captain Rohit Sharma won the toss and elected to field, the fast bowlers Bumrah and Shami took full advantage of the cloud cover and the grass remaining at the crease.

Bumrah struck twice in the first over of the match when he dismissed England opener Jason Roy and leading batsman Joe Root for zero. Shami then caught England captain Ben Stokes on the red ball to Rishabh Pant. With the team scoring just seven, the hosts’ top three batsmen returned to the dressing room without scoring.

Bumrah then dismissed Johnny Bairstow for seven as England lost their fourth wicket in just 5.3 overs. Bumrah dismissed Liam Livingstone for zero and England lost 5 wickets in 10 overs.

In the second powerplay, young pacer chief Krishna caught a sharp reflex in the follow-through, ending Moin Ali’s 14-run stand and breaking his partnership with skipper Jose Butler.

Rohit soon introduced Shami for the second spell and the senior pacer got the wicket of Butler – the team’s highest run scorer (30) – and the English were 59 for 7 in 15 overs. Bumrah was attacked once again and the right-arm fast bowler ended the hosts’ innings at 110 and returned with his best ODI figure of 6/19.

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Bumrah completely destroyed England’s batting with his two world-class spells and became the first Indian fast bowler to take 6 wickets in England. It was the best performance by any bowler at the Oval, London, and the fourth best on any ground in England.

England were all out for 110 in 25.2 overs, their lowest ODI score against India.

Here are England’s lowest ODI scores:

Score Oppose Space Year
86 Australia Manchester 2001
88 Number Dambula 2003
89 New Zealand Wellington 2002
91 Australia Headingley 1975
94 Australia Melbourne 1979
99 Number Chester Le Street 2014
101 New Zealand Chester Le Street 2004
103 SA Oval 1999
104 Number Colombo 2007
107 Gym Cape Town 2000
110 ind Kennington Oval 2022

Lowest ODI score to date:

Score Crew Oppose Space Year
35 Gym Number Harare 2004
35 America Nepal Kirtipur 2020
36 Canada Number Parl 2003
38 Gym Number Colombo 2001
43 Number SA Parl 2012
43 Clean YK Cape Town 1993
44 Gym Bangladesh Chatogram 2009
45 Canada England Manchester 1979
45 Namibia Australia Pochefstrum 2003
54 India Number Sharjah 2000
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