India and England fought it out well to bring the best action on the field and Virat Kohli’s men had won all three series including the T20s, ODIs, and Tests. It is a very big accomplishment for India as England has been one of the tough sides to beat and they have got so much quality in their side.
A much-needed win for India with the T20 Worldcup coming up this year and a lot of positives to take out of the series. The bench strength has been really good which India should be proud of and credit should be given to the support staff too who have worked really hard in the backstages. England fought tooth and nail and had never given up until the last moment. Here is the combined best XI of the ODI series.
Combined Best XI Of The ODI Series:
Shikhar Dhawan will the first opener for the combined XI as he has proved again that he is an excellent ODI player. After being dropped from the T20 series due to a poor outing, he deserved an extended run in the ODI format, and fortunately, he made full use of it in the first and the last ODI. His 98 off 106 balls in the first ODI helped India post a good total and he was awarded the man of the match for his performance.
He got out poorly in the second ODI for just 4 runs but made it up with another good knock in the final game with a 56 ball 67. The most impressive part was the intent he showed in the last game which was the need of the hour for India. He finished as one of the top run-getters in the series with 169 runs in three games.