Who won yesterday’s World Cup 2023 between India and England? Check out the winner, leaderboard and prizes

ICC World Cup India vs England: It was a tough tournament for reigning ODI World Cup champions England and a brilliant campaign for hosts India.

The World Cup 29 game between the two nations was expected to be pivotal in the table standings, and an upset would have drastic consequences for all teams.

However, India handed England their fifth World Cup 2023 defeat and the reigning champions are now out of the tournament. India moved to the top of the points table with their sixth straight win.

England also recorded several embarrassing records. She became the first defending champion to be bowled out 3 times under 35 overs in one edition of the World Cup.

England captain Jos Buttler won the toss and decided to bowl first. India had a good run but Virat Kohli’s duck and the quick dismissals of Shubman Gill and Shreyas Iyer created huge pressure on the team. In the absence of all-rounders like Hardik Pandya and Shardul Thakur, it was up to the middle order to put up a defendable total.

Rohit Sharma batted well, as did KL Rahul and Suryakumar Yadav. India scored 229/9 in 50 overs, a small target for a talented English team. However, the Indian bowlers were no match for the English batsmen. Jasprit Bumrah and Mohammed Shami straightened the English top order within 5 overs. Everything went downhill from there, and the game ended with more than 35 points. The whole team was out for 129. India beat England by 100 runs.

Here you can check highlights, record list, post match awards and other details of yesterday’s ICC World Cup match between India and England.

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Who won yesterday’s World Cup match? Ind vs ENG Result

India won yesterday’s World Cup match against England by 100 runs.

Final result:

India: 229/9 (50 overs)

England: 129/10 (34.5 Overs)

RESULT CARD

India Inning

Dough

Is running

B

4s

6s

SR

Rohit Sharma (c) c L Livingstone b A Rashid

87

101

10

3

86.14

Shubman Gill b C Wake up

9

13

1

0

69.23

Virat Kohli c B Stokes b D Willey

0

9

0

0

0.00

Shreyas Iyer c M Wood b C Wake up

4

16

0

0

25.00 hours

KL Rahul (ie) c J Bairstow b D Willey

39

58

3

0

67.24

Suryakumar Yadav c C Wake up b D Willey

49

47

4

1

104.26

Ravindra Jadeja lbw b A Rashid

8

13

0

0

61.54

Mohammed Shami c J Buttler b M Wood

1

5

0

0

20.00 hours

Jasprit Bumrah run out (J Buttler)

16

25

1

0

64.00

Kuldeep Yadav Not out

9

13

1

0

69.23

EXTRA

7

( B – 4, W – 3, NE – 0, LB – 0, P – 0 )

TOTAL (4.58 RUNS PER OVER)

229 (9 Wkts, 50 Ov)

Bowler

Overs

M

R

W

NB

WD

Eco

David Willey

10

2

45

3

0

0

4.50

Chris wakes up

9

1

33

2

0

1

3.67

Adil Rashid

10

0

35

2

0

0

3.50

Mark Wood

9

1

46

1

0

2

5.11

Liam Livingstone

4

1

29

0

0

0

7.25

Moeen Ali

8

0

37

0

0

0

4.63

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England Innings

Dough

Is running

B

4s

6s

SR

Jonny Bairstow b. M. Shami

14

23

2

0

60.87

Dawid Malan b J Bumrah

16

17

2

1

94.12

Joe Root lbw b J Bumrah

0

1

0

0

0.00

Ben Stokes b M Shami

0

10

0

0

0.00

Jos Buttler (c & wk) b K Yadav

10

23

1

0

43.48

Moeen Ali c KL Rahul b M Shami

15

31

0

0

48.39

Liam Livingstone lbw b K Yadav

27

46

2

0

58.70

Chris Waakes st KL Rahul b R Jadeja

10

20

1

0

50.00

David Willey He’s not out

16

17

0

2

94.12

Adil Rashid b M Shami

13

20

2

0

65.00

Mark Wood b J Bumrah

0

1

0

0

0.00

EXTRA

8

( B – 0, P – 6, NE – 0, LB – 2, P – 0 )

TOTAL (3.70 RUNS PER OVER)

129 (10 Wkts, 34.5 Ov)

Bowler

Overs

M

R

W

NB

WD

Eco

Jasprit Bumrah

6.5

1

32

3

0

2

4.68

Mohammed Siraj

6

0

33

0

0

2

5.50

Mohammed Shami

7

2

22

4

0

2

3.14

Kuldeep Yadav

8

0

24

2

0

0

3.00

Ravindra Jadeja

7

1

16

1

0

0

2.29

Who took the most wickets in the 29th match of the World Cup 2023 yesterday, India vs England?

Mohammed Shami of India, playing his second match of the tournament, took the most wickets in the 29th match of the 2023 World Cup between India and England yesterday. Shami took four important wickets.

Which batsmen scored the most runs in the 29th match between India and England?

India’s Rohit Sharma played a phenomenal first innings and scored the most runs in yesterday’s World Cup match. Sharma hit 87 off 101 balls in a quick but responsible innings that helped India post a defendable total on the scoreboard.

Who hit the most sixes in yesterday’s game?

India’s Rohit Sharma scored the most sixes in yesterday’s match. Sharma hit 3 sixes and 10 fours in his 87-run innings.

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Who was the player of the match between India and England?

India vs England man of the match was Rohit Sharma for his crucial batting that pulled India out of trouble after losing early wickets. Sharma made 87 runs in 101 balls.

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