Deepak Hooda scored a terrific 50 years while Sanju Samson and Suryakumar Yadav included significant 30 runs each as India
secured an agreeable win against Derbyshire in a warm-up match here at County Ground on Friday (July 1).
Derbyshire won the throw and chose for bat and the hosts scored 150 runs in 20 overs for the deficiency of 8 wickets in the India versus Derbyshire match
Dinesh Karthik-led team India troubled Derbyshire by removing openers Shan Masood and Luis Reece inside four overs.
The hosts didn't gain any momentum at any stage. As many as four Derbyshire batters were sent back to the pavilion at the start
Wayne Madsen's 28, Alex Hughes' 24 off 17 and Hilton Cartwright's 27 runs thump anyway assisted their group with posting a sum of 150 runs in 20 overs.
Late blows from Arshdeep Singh and Umran Malik, who got two wickets individually, guaranteed the hosts didn't get a last lift.
Pursuing the objective of 151 runs, the Indian group began severely. Ruturaj Gaikwad was sent back to the structure on a sum of 5 runs.
Notwithstanding, from here Sanju Samson (38) and Deepak Hooda (59) played vehement innings and made India's triumph simple. Suryakumar Yadav scored an unbeaten 36 runs.
Along these lines, the Indian group dominated the game by 7 wickets with 20 balls remaining.
Karthik-drove group India will next take on Northampton for their second warm-up installation on Sunday
Infront of the three-match T20I series beginning on July 7.