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Frankly, England has given India a lesson there, especially with the way they have batted.

England win by 10 wickets over India to reach the T20's final

Jos Buttler and Alex Hales, the openers, overcame a fervent India-supporting crowd and chased down 169 without losing a wicket. They easily finished the game with a whopping 24 balls remaining to secure one of greatest white-ball victories of England and set up a T20 final against Pakistan on Sunday.

Only three times—in 2007, 2009, and 2012—have the two teams faced off, and India came out on top in two of them. The most well-known game took place in 2007, when Yuvraj Singh famously beat Stuart Broad for six sixes in an over.

No side that chose to bat first on the Adelaide grounds has ever gone on to win the game, according to experts. India and England squared off in this T20I game on Australian soil for the first time.

Virat Kohli, a former captain of India, had been in outstanding form with the bat during the T20 World Cup 2022. He is now leading the run-scoring charts with 246 runs in 5 matches, and Suryakumar Yadav is second in the Indian tally with 225 runs at a strike-rate of over 193.

Buttler finished undefeated on 80 from 49 while Hales finished 86 not out from 47. The England captain then hit the pair’s 10th six to end the game.

Before Hardik Pandya’s 63 off 33 balls propelled his team to what first appeared to be a difficult score, England’s bowlers had effectively restrained India.

But Hales, who had been absent from the international scene for more than three years, gave England a quick start, and Buttler fought off the attack.

It prevents what would have been an exciting India-Pakistan championship match, guaranteeing a rematch of that tournament’s illustrious 1992 50-over T20 World Cup final at the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG).

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