IND vs AUS 2nd ODI 1st Innings Update
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IND vs AUS First Innings Update: Mitch Starc put on a quick bowling display, taking advantage of some early swings to completely destroy the Indian top-order. India lost Gill in the opening over, and Rohit was caught at slips after chasing after a wide ball.
Rahul lost his wicket after getting nine points and Surya was out LBW after the first delivery. For the first time since the 2019 World Cup semifinal, India lost four goals while in the powerplay, and Starc was solely responsible.
And just as it seemed like Virat and Jaddu could be working together, Nathan Ellis appeared. Within three overs, he struck out both batters. Sean Abbott was reintroduced to tidy up the tail as Axar appeared to be powerful but found no support from it.
Finally, it was Starc who returned to finish off his fifer by taking down Siraj. They have skittled out the hosts for 117, and the Australian dugout is all smiles.
IND vs AUS: Australian Dominant bowling attack
Mitchell Starc was the star man as he made sure that he clean out the Indian batting line-up. Starc picked up 5 wickets from 8 overs and conceded only 53 runs. While on the other hand, Sean Abbott was the other bowler who supported Starc to destroy Indian batters.
Sean Abbott picked up 3 wickets in his 6 overs and conceded only 23 runs. Nathan Ellis on the other hand picked up 2 wickets to restrict India to 117/10 inside 26 overs.
IND vs AUS: Flop Show by Indian Batters
No one really kept going but the Ausis were strong as they destroyed the Indian batting line-up. Four Indian players were dismissed for a duck and only four batsmen scored double-digit runs. This flop show made sure that Indians never had control of the game.
IND vs AUS: Ausis on the Chase
Australia now needs 118 runs from 50 overs to win the match and level the series. Indian on the other hand has a difficult task to try and stop Australia from chasing down the target.