Topley leads England to second ODI win over India on World Cup anniversary

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On the third anniversary of England’s greatest moment in this format they returned to this ground with a performance that might, with a little effort, have sparked a few hazy memories of that World Cup final win. Those present might be less likely to tell their grandkids about it in the distant future, but history was made once again – and Reece Topley is unlikely to tire of telling the story of the day he faced India at the home of cricket and produced the greatest bowling figures in England’s history.

In all Topley took six wickets for just 24 runs, with one ball of his 10 overs left unbowled. Having played only one ODI in five injury-blighted years before he returned to the side in March last year, he now looks indispensable.

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Written by Simon Burnton at Lord’s
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