England captain Alastair Cook has said the players need to move on from their crushing defeat in the second one-day in Kochi against India.
India finally found their winning touch as they relied on a brilliant all-round display to thrash England by an emphatic 127 runs in the second cricket one-dayer on Tuesday.
Still smarting from their narrow nine-run defeat in the opening ODI match, a struggling India will have to work on their bowling frailties and inconsistent batting.
He is not part of the Indian squad but fast bowler S Sreesanth on Monday did his bit in helping the side prepare for the second ODI against England by bowling during the net practice, here on Monday.
Tickets worth Rs 1.2 crore have already been sold ahead of the second ODI, to be held here on Wednesday, a top official Kerala Cricket Association official said here today.
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