Virat Kohli only Indian in top 10 ICC rankings
- Author: Lawrence Cooper Jun 01, 2017,
Jun 01, 2017, 0:47
Joe Root's shot was then perhaps a signal of England's mis-adventure when he missed Parnell's full-length inswing to be plumb lbw.
He is an opener for South Africa Team.
Bairstow (51) and Willey (26) showed some resistance with a 62-run stand for the seventh wicket and Roland-Jones added an unbeaten 37 to lift England into three figures. "They did not give us anything to hit and if they did we managed to nick it". But he clung on and England slipped to 20 for 5.
It left Kagiso Rabada on a hat-trick and England on 20 for 6 - the only time in the history of ODI cricket a side has lost six wickets within the first five overs.
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If Clark can't win the confidence of the legislature, she would be expected to resign. "What I hope we'll do is look at a way to provide stability for the people of British Columbia".
Rabada first struck with the fifth ball of the match‚ which Jason Roy edged to first slip. But it was a reminder that, when the ball moves, England remain a little vulnerable.
England had made several changes to their side but none were in the top order. They've had their ups and downs, but they've played in the fashion that we have played as a team, and they have been very important to that'. It was not the pulled six off Chris Morris, impressive though that was, but an on-driven four off the same bowler that would have pleased any of the great batsmen who have played at this ground over the years. He was also the first man with a hyphen in his name to make an England debut since Mandy Mitchell-Innes in 1935.
England suffered a stunning collapse as they slumped to 20 for six in five overs after being sent into bat by South Africa in the third one-day global at Lord's on Monday.
A pull through square leg saw Amla reach 7,000 ODI runs and take the record from Kohli, but he was in no mood to stop there as he racked up another half century while England toiled. AB de Villiers lead the charts, while Quinton de Kock, Faf du Plessis and Hashim Amla complete the quartet. Of Course, he also became the fastest player to reach the landmarks of 4000, 5000, and 6000 runs.