India won the series 2-1 by beating England by 7 runs in the series finale. Although the England cricket team continued to lose wickets at an alarming rate, Sam Curran had other ideas. He managed to smash Indian bowlers all over the ground, holding the hopes alive. Sam was helped by Dawid Malan, who reached a crucial maiden 50. No other batsman, on the other hand, could keep up with him. England benefited from India’s weak fielding. Four catches were dropped, and a couple of run-out opportunities were missed. Sam Curran hit a career-high 95 not out, but his team was unable to cross the finish line.
The long India-England tour comes to an end with this. India took all three series, 3-1 in Tests, 3-2 in ODIs, and 2-1 in T20s.
India had gotten off to a good start thanks to openers Sharma and Dhawan. India needed to get off to a good start after being put in to bat by England after losing the toss in this crucial final match, which was played at the Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium in Pune. The series is now tied at 1-1, so this final tie of the three-ODI series is crucial. Though India had easily defeated England in the first match, England had responded with a thrashing victory in the second match’s run-fest.
Rishabh Pant and Hardik Pandya combined for a 99-run partnership and a run rate of over 7 per over. Hardik and Rishabh both crossed half-centuries, but they were both dismissed in quick succession. Krunal and Shardul Thakur worked hard to keep the scoreboard in the black. India was eventually bowled out for 329 in 48.2 overs.