Chasing a difficult goal of 337, Jonny Bairstow (124 off 112) and Ben Stokes (99 off 52) butchered the Indian bowlers, including 175 runs off 117 balls as England gunned down the whole in simply 43.three overs for a six-wicket win.
“It was an excellent wicket to bat on, little doubt. We scored 330-plus and so they chased it down within the 44th over. It says all of it,” Prasidh, who returned with figures of two/58, mentioned throughout the post-match press convention.
“It was a flat wicket, difficult wicket for bowlers the place the margin of error was very, very much less… It was an onslaught, we acquired hit fairly unhealthy.”
Defending the whole, Indian bowlers appeared clueless as England reached 285 for one in 35.1 overs. A mind-boggling 87 runs have been scored between the 31st and 35th over with Stokes and Bairstow sharing 17 sixes between them.
“We did have a plan, we did speak about the best way they have been going about it. We tried our greatest after we bowled. There have been a few possibilities which will have gone our means however we should give them credit score for the best way they performed,” Prasidh mentioned.
“We should give them credit score however 100 p.c there’s room for enchancment for our bowlers as properly.”
Prasidh, who simply performed his 2nd ODI, exuded confidence that his staff will bounce again similar to they did within the first ODI.
“That is the sport of white-ball cricket at present. With 4 exterior for the 11 to 40 overs, that is certain to occur. I do know we’re going to bounce again stronger.
“It was the identical scenario final recreation, we did come again and had a fantastic outcome for us,” added the Karnataka speedster.
Prasidh was additionally requested concerning the doable ‘run-out’ of Stokes within the 26th over, which wasn’t given by the umpires.
“We aren’t those right here to make choices, the best individual was sitting there and I feel, no matter he did was all that he might do. We’re no person to remark over that,” he signed off.