IND vs SCO: Scotland were bundled out for just 85 runs in front of Shami and Jadeja’s lethal bowling


India vs Scotland: In the 37th match of the 2021 T20 World Cup being played in Dubai, Team India all-out Scotland for 85 runs. After winning the toss, Indian captain Virat Kohli decided to bowl first and the bowlers justified his decision completely. Mohammed Shami and Ravindra Jadeja took three wickets each for India. Apart from this, Jasprit Bumrah got two successes.

Know how net run rate will improve

If Team India achieves the target of 86 runs from Scotland in 7.1 overs, then its net run rate will be better than Afghanistan. On the other hand, if India achieves this target in 8.5 overs, then its net run rate will be better than New Zealand. Also, in order to make their net run rate +1,000, Team India will have to achieve this target in 11.2 overs in any case.

Jadeja and Shami took three wickets each

Earlier, the Scotland team, who came out to bat, had a very poor start. In the power play, the team scored 27 runs for the loss of two wickets. During this, George Muncy (24) and Kyle Coetzer (1) were dismissed after scoring runs. After this, Jadeja gave two blows to the team in the same over. He soon followed Matthew Cross (2) and Richie Berrington (0).

Callum McLeod and Michael Lesk, who came at number five and six, showed patience and added some runs for the team, making the team 44 runs for the loss of four wickets in 10 overs. Together they scored 29 runs in 26 balls. After this, Lesk became the victim of Jadeja after scoring 21 runs in 12 balls with the help of two fours and a six. Along with this, Chris Greaves (1) went on to give a wicket to R Ashwin in the bag. By this time Scotland’s score was 64 for 6 in 14 overs.

Meanwhile, McLeod and Mark Watt remained on the field. Together, both of them added some runs for the team and got bowled by making McLeod (16) runs off a ball of Shami. After this came Safyan Sharif (0), Alasdair Evans (0) and Bradley Wheel (1), thanks to the runs, the team was reduced to 85 runs.



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