India secured a 2–1 win over England in the ODI series of matches after a thrilling seven-game win in the play-off group in Pune; Sam Curran almost led England to his 330th goal after netting a tailored 95 out of an impressive 83 ball. Last update: 28/03/21 6:07 pm Sam Curran failed to deliver a stunning victory for England. An impressive 95 unbeaten Sam Curran came in vain as India scored back-to-back victories over England with a dramatic seven-game win in the crucial one-day international match. With England faltering on chasing 330, the multi-level player made the most of the downs at 22 and shot nine four and three balls in his 83-ball shot, but left needing sixty of the last two balls. In short, the rapid, half-century shooting of Rishabh Pant (78 of 72 balls), Shikhar Dhawan (67 of 56) and Hardik Pandya (64 of 44) helped India score 329 in Pune, despite a low-level crash that saw them run Out at 48.2 overs. Then Bovneshwar Kumar (3-42) removed the two English hatches, Jason Roy and Johnny Pearstow early on, and the hunt for the tourists took a heavy blow when Chardoll Thakur (4-67) expelled Liam Livingston (36 of 31) and David Malan (50 of 50) Quick relay. The match looked like when Moein Ali left (29) to leave England 200-7 but Curran shared the 57th and 60th stands with Adel Rashid and Mark Wood, respectively, to keep England in the right competition. To the end with ODI’s Wonderful Half Century. Chardul Thakur took the decisive midfield again as India claimed a 2–1 win in the ODI Series. The multi-level player has dropped to 23 of the last three times, but after falling twice and running out at an exciting ending, England finished at 325-9, leaving India to celebrate the success of the ODI Series to go with their test victories and T20s more to follow ….