India vs Australia 2nd ODI 2019 Highlights : Virat Kohli, MS Dhoni Star As India Beat Australia

By | January 15, 2019

India vs Australia 2nd ODI : Virat Kohli, MS Dhoni Star As India Beat Australia

In the second ODI against India-Australia on the Adelaide field, Team India won the match by six wickets and brought the series to 1-1. Shaun Marsh, who was disappointed with his performance in the Test series by Australia while batting first, played a remarkable innings in the match and was well-struck by Indian bowlers and given the target of 299 runs to India, in reply to captain Kohli Thanks to the century and Dhoni’s half-century, India won the match. When team India came to the ground to pursue this goal, then Rohit-Dhawan started the amazing start of India. In the first match, Rohit Sharma, who won the hearts of all in his first match, scored 43 runs in this match and hit two sixes, thanks to which he has made another special record.

When India was chasing 299 runs, Rohit and Dhawan made a solid start, while Dhawan was the first blow to India’s score of 47. Rohit then scored 43 runs while playing with a superb inning, in which he added two sixes. Along with this, Rohit has broken Chris Gayle’s record of scoring the most sixes against any one team in the International match. Talking to Chris Gayle, this record was his name before the match, which had hit 88 sixes against England, and now thanks to these two sixes, Rohit has taken this record to his name and has scored 89 sixes against Australia.

In this match, Australia captain Aaron Finch has decided to bat first before winning the toss. Australia is leading 1-0 in this series. Kangaroos defeated India by 34 runs in the first match played in Sydney. In such a situation, Australia would want to win this match to win the series, while India’s intent is to match.

The second match of the three-match ODI series between Australia and India is being played on the Adelaide Oval field. In this match, Australia captain Aaron Finch has decided to bat first before winning the toss. Australia, with the help of Shaun Marsh’s magnificent century, has made a huge target of 299 runs against India. If India achieves this goal then it will be the second biggest victory following the goal on this field. Before this, in 1999 Sri Lanka achieved the target of 303 against England. In 1983, New Zealand chased the target of 297 against England.

India vs Australia 2nd ODI Match Status

The Indian team started to chase the huge goal was good. Dhawan and Rohit put together 47 runs for the first wicket. But then Dhawan, caught by Usman Khawaja on Jason Beherendorf’s ball. Dhawan scored 32 runs while batting well. At the same time, Rohit Sharma, who looked good in the rhythm, missed out with his half-century and was caught by Peter Handscomb on a personal score of 43 off Marcus Staines. After being fully solidified after that, Ambati Rayudu (24) also hit Steynish for catching Maxwell’s ball. Virat Kohli (100) completed his century in the 43rd over. After completing the century, Virat Kohli smashed the ball to Glenn Maxwell off Richardson. After this, Dhoni and Dinesh Karthik made India reach the goal. After 20 years, a team has achieved such a big score in this pitch.

Australia’s fantastic batting

Australia scored 298 runs losing nine wickets in the prescribed 50 overs. For him, Shaun Marsh scored the finest century. It was Marsh’s 7th century of ODI career. Marsh played 131 runs at 123 balls including 11 fours and three sixes in this match. This is Marsh’s highest score against India. Apart from them, Glenn Maxwell scored 48 runs. Maxwell faced 37 balls and scored a six in addition to five squares. Marcus Stonis also contributed an important 29 runs. Bhuvneshwar took 4 wickets for India. Mohammed Shami got three wickets. Ravindra Jadeja took one wicket.

These changes made by the team

The Indian team has come up with a change in this match. In place of left-arm fast bowler Khalil Ahmed, Kohli has given Mohammed Siraj a chance to make his debut. Australia has not made any changes in their team.

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