Indian captain Rohit Sharma won the toss and opted to bowl in the second ODI at Lord's as India strive to seal the three-match series. Virat Kohli returned to the side after missing the first ODI with a groin strain while Shreyas Iyer made way for him in what was the only change for the visitors. The square boundaries are on the shorter side – 57 metres and 68 metres – but Jason Roy still holed out to long leg as Hardik Pandya struck with the final ball off his very first over. Roy was struggling for any sort of rhythm and flicked a leg-stump ball to the deep fielder.
🎙️ "Clipped in the air and straight to the man"
It's put on a plate for Yadav who catches Roy OUT! ❌ pic.twitter.com/jZaUTOyB3T— Sky Sports Cricket (@SkyCricket) July 14, 2022