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IND vs AUS 3rd ODI : Series win for Australia

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Chennai; News Agency: India once again showed how to lose a match after winning. India missed an opportunity to increase the sweetness of the fans by winning the ODI series after the Test series. Australia won the third ODI in Chennai by 21 runs to clinch the series 2-1. The defeat also saw India lose the top spot in the ICC ODI rankings. Played at MA Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai. Australia, who won the toss and batted first, set a target of 270 runs in front of India. Like the first two matches, the batsmen performed disastrously in the third ODI too. So India gave up the victory that came in hand. India’s innings ended on 248 runs. Australia won the third ODI by 21 runs to win the series 2-1. Adam Zampa who took 4 wickets was awarded the Man of the Match and Mitchell Marsh was awarded the Man of the Series. (IND vs AUS 3rd ODI)

India got off to a good start in chasing Australia’s challenge. Virat Kohli scored a half-century and the match started to tilt in India’s favour, but Kohli was dismissed for a needless shot and the match turned around. After Kohli’s dismissal, Hardik Pandya and Ravindra Jadeja fought for the fort for a while, but they could not lead the team to victory. So India lost this match by 21 runs. India has also lost the series with this match.

The Australian team had set a challenge of 270 runs before India. Chasing this challenge, India were given a strong start by Rohit Sharma and Shubman Gill, but Rohit Sharma was dismissed for 30 this time and India suffered their first blow. Soon after Rohit’s dismissal, Gill too was dismissed for 37 runs. Although both the openers were dismissed, Virat Kohli recovered India’s innings well this time.

Kohli, with the help of Rahul, put together a half-century partnership this time and gave India a dream of victory, but Rahul was dismissed on 32 and the pair broke up, but Virat stood tall on the pitch. Kohli brought up his half-century this time and the Indian team was on its way to victory, but at the same time, Kohli dropped Ashton Agar to a huge blow and India suffered a huge blow. Kohli made a strong knock of 54 runs in 72 balls this time. Kohli was dismissed and then Suryakumar Yadav was dismissed on the very next ball. He became a golden duck (dismissed on the first ball) for the third time in a row in this series. After that, Hardik Pandya and Ravindra Jadeja batted for a while, but neither of them could lead India to victory. So India lost the match and the series also slipped away from them.

Earlier, Australia won the toss and elected to bat first. Australia’s opening batsmen Travis Head and Mitchell Marsh got off to a good start in the power play. Hardik Pandya gave Australia the first blow after the duo put on a 66-run partnership. After that, Hardik’s bowling also showed captain Steve Smith the way to the pavilion. But Australia’s Marcus Stoinis and Alex Carey played a cautious knock to take Australia to around 200 runs. Then, on the strength of Abbott (26) and Egger (17), Australia reached the 250-run mark. Australia scored 269 all out in 49 overs.


Australia: Travis Head J. Kuldeep Yadav to Hardik Pandya 33, Mitchell Marsh tri. Go. Hardik Pandya 47, Steve Smith J. K. L. Rahul Go. Hardik Pandya 0, David Warner Z. Hardik Pandya Go. Kuldeep Yadav 23, Marnus Labuchen J. Shubman Gill b. Kuldeep Yadav 28, Alex Carey 3. Go. Kuldeep Yadav 38, Marcus Stoinis J. Shubman Gill b. Akshar Patel 25, Sean Abbott Tri. Go. Akshar Patel 26, Ashton Agar J. Akshar Patel b. Mohammad Siraj 17, Mitchell Starc J. Ravindra Jadeja b. Mohammad Siraj 10, Adam Zampa not out 10. Off : 12. Total 269 in 49 overs. , 8/245, 9/247, 10/269. Bowling: Mohammad Shami 6-0-37-0, Mohammad Siraj 7-1-37-2, Akshar Patel 8-0-57-2, Hardik Pandya 8-0-44-3, Ravindra Jadeja 10-0-34- 0, Kuldeep Yadav 10-1-56-3.

India: Rohit Sharma J. Mitchell Starc, Sean Abbott 30, Shubman Gill Paichit Go. Adam Zampa 37, Virat Kohli J. David Warner b. Ashton Agar 54, K. L. Rahul J. Sean Abbott b. Adam Zampa 32, Akshar Patel 2, Hardik Pandya J. Steve Smith b. Adam Zampa 40, Suryakumar Yadav Tri. Go. Ashton Agar 0, Ravindra Jadeja J. Marcus Stoinis b. Adam Zampa, 18, Kuldeep Yadav runs 6, Mohammad Shami three. Go. Marcus Stoinis 14, Mohammad Siraj not out 3. Not out: 12. Total 248 not out in 49.1 overs. , 8/225, 9/243, 10/248. Bowling: Mitchell Starc 10-0-67-0, Marcus Stoinis 9.1-0-43-1, Sean Abbott 10-0-50-1, Adam Zampa 10-0-45-4, Ashton Agar 10-0-41- 2.

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