Cricket / australia vs india

hridoy
Australia did not win such this win
India win almost the first two of the five-match series against touring Australia The series of hosts seemed to be a matter of time in the series. In the third match, Australia came back in the series to win the Asiara Australia beat Australia by two wickets in the fourth one-dayer on Sunday to record their highest run chase in ODI history. To win the strong India series in their own soil, it will be a tough test in Delhi in the fifth match on Wednesday. Earlier, India, batting first, scored a scoring rate of 358 runs. But the start of a nightmare, 13 balls left, with four wickets in hand, Aaron Finch's team topped the run. Indian captain Virat Kohli chose batting without winning the toss in Mohali's Bindra stadium batting in the day-night match. Their first wicket was the last of the 31st over. Rohit Sharma, who scored 95 runs, missed out on a century, was out of Zaheer Richardson. The team scored 193 runs. Team India made 159 runs in 19 overs Opener Shikhar Dhawan was unbeaten on 143 runs and hit 115 balls. Virat Kohli, the only failed batsman in the team, got out just 7 runs! Australia's Pat Cummins took five for 70 in 10 overs and Richardson took three wickets for 85 runs in nine overs. next Earlier, Australia's biggest win in ODIs was against England in 2011. The match in Sydney won the Ashes, chasing 333 runs. In Mohali, they started to chase even bigger runs, their start was incredibly bad. Captain Aaron Finch was dismissed in the first over of the innings. Shaun Marsh was out in the fourth over and Australia lost two wickets for 12 runs in Australia. But in the third wicket, Usman Khawaja and Peter Handscope got the ball back in orbit with 192 runs. Earlier, Khwaja scored 91 runs in 99 balls with a superb innings. And the first one-day century in ODIs was played out of 117 deliveries in 105 balls. finally When the right-handed handshake is out, the challenge of taking 88 runs in 53 balls in front of Australia. But Ashton Turner scored an unbeaten 84 in the explosive batting with figures of six sixes and five fours in 43 balls. Turner won the match award also.
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hridoy
Australia did not win such this win
India win almost the first two of the five-match series against touring Australia The series of hosts seemed to be a matter of time in the series. In the third match, Australia came back in the series to win the Asiara Australia beat Australia by two wickets in the fourth one-dayer on Sunday to record their highest run chase in ODI history. To win the strong India series in their own soil, it will be a tough test in Delhi in the fifth match on Wednesday. Earlier, India, batting first, scored a scoring rate of 358 runs. But the start of a nightmare, 13 balls left, with four wickets in hand, Aaron Finch's team topped the run. Indian captain Virat Kohli chose batting without winning the toss in Mohali's Bindra stadium batting in the day-night match. Their first wicket was the last of the 31st over. Rohit Sharma, who scored 95 runs, missed out on a century, was out of Zaheer Richardson. The team scored 193 runs. Team India made 159 runs in 19 overs Opener Shikhar Dhawan was unbeaten on 143 runs and hit 115 balls. Virat Kohli, the only failed batsman in the team, got out just 7 runs! Australia's Pat Cummins took five for 70 in 10 overs and Richardson took three wickets for 85 runs in nine overs. next Earlier, Australia's biggest win in ODIs was against England in 2011. The match in Sydney won the Ashes, chasing 333 runs. In Mohali, they started to chase even bigger runs, their start was incredibly bad. Captain Aaron Finch was dismissed in the first over of the innings. Shaun Marsh was out in the fourth over and Australia lost two wickets for 12 runs in Australia. But in the third wicket, Usman Khawaja and Peter Handscope got the ball back in orbit with 192 runs. Earlier, Khwaja scored 91 runs in 99 balls with a superb innings. And the first one-day century in ODIs was played out of 117 deliveries in 105 balls. finally When the right-handed handshake is out, the challenge of taking 88 runs in 53 balls in front of Australia. But Ashton Turner scored an unbeaten 84 in the explosive batting with figures of six sixes and five fours in 43 balls. Turner won the match award also.
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hridoy
Australia did not win such this win
India win almost the first two of the five-match series against touring Australia The series of hosts seemed to be a matter of time in the series. In the third match, Australia came back in the series to win the Asiara Australia beat Australia by two wickets in the fourth one-dayer on Sunday to record their highest run chase in ODI history. To win the strong India series in their own soil, it will be a tough test in Delhi in the fifth match on Wednesday. Earlier, India, batting first, scored a scoring rate of 358 runs. But the start of a nightmare, 13 balls left, with four wickets in hand, Aaron Finch's team topped the run. Indian captain Virat Kohli chose batting without winning the toss in Mohali's Bindra stadium batting in the day-night match. Their first wicket was the last of the 31st over. Rohit Sharma, who scored 95 runs, missed out on a century, was out of Zaheer Richardson. The team scored 193 runs. Team India made 159 runs in 19 overs Opener Shikhar Dhawan was unbeaten on 143 runs and hit 115 balls. Virat Kohli, the only failed batsman in the team, got out just 7 runs! Australia's Pat Cummins took five for 70 in 10 overs and Richardson took three wickets for 85 runs in nine overs. next Earlier, Australia's biggest win in ODIs was against England in 2011. The match in Sydney won the Ashes, chasing 333 runs. In Mohali, they started to chase even bigger runs, their start was incredibly bad. Captain Aaron Finch was dismissed in the first over of the innings. Shaun Marsh was out in the fourth over and Australia lost two wickets for 12 runs in Australia. But in the third wicket, Usman Khawaja and Peter Handscope got the ball back in orbit with 192 runs. Earlier, Khwaja scored 91 runs in 99 balls with a superb innings. And the first one-day century in ODIs was played out of 117 deliveries in 105 balls. finally When the right-handed handshake is out, the challenge of taking 88 runs in 53 balls in front of Australia. But Ashton Turner scored an unbeaten 84 in the explosive batting with figures of six sixes and five fours in 43 balls. Turner won the match award also.
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