London: England’s 6-foot 7-inch tall 28-year-old left-arm fast bowler Reece Topley forced Team India to kneel before the lone hosts. Topley hunted 6 batsmen for 24 runs in 9.5 overs and chasing a target of 247 runs for victory, Rohit Sharma’s platoon was bundled out for just 146 runs in 38.5 overs.

Reece Topley did not allow Indian batsmen to set foot on the pitch

Reece Topley, bowling stormy in the opening overs. Did not allow the Indian batsmen to gain a foothold on the pitch. He took the Indian team to 5 for 73 by dismissing batsmen like captain Rohit Sharma, Rishabh Pant and Shikhar Dhawan. Reece Topley became the bowler with the best bowling performance. In the history of England’s ODI cricket with 3 wickets in the final over. He broke Paul Collingwood’s record against Bangladesh 17 years ago. He took 6 wickets for 31 runs in that match.

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Reece Topley was named man of the match after England won by a margin of 100 runs. After a crushing 10-wicket loss at the Oval. After this, Reece Topley said, “We were able to come back in the match. Due to the great shared performance of the team. I am happy to contribute to this victory.

The operation was done three years ago

Reece Topley said, My journey to reach here has been difficult. I am standing in front of you today because I had a spinal surgery three years ago. It is everyone’s dream to play for England. I could contribute to the team’s victory as long as I am able to do so.

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Will try to win the series

Regarding the third and deciding match of the series to be played in Manchester on Sunday. Topley said, “There is a big match on Sunday 17th July, it has to be prepared. We will try to win the series. Hope we can win that match.