Ind vs Aus: These 4 players won the battle of Rajkot, became the hero in the second match

Jan 18 2020 02:28 PM
Ind vs Aus: These 4 players won the battle of Rajkot, became the hero in the second match

India made a strong comeback in the series against Australia and won a spectacular win in Rajkot ODI. On Friday, January 17, 2020, in a 3-match ODI series, India defeated Australia by 36 runs and drew 1-1 in the series. Australia won the toss in the match where Australia invited India to bat again, but the Indian team turned down Finch's decision. The Indian team, batting first, scored 340 runs in 50 overs. After this, Indian bowlers also bowled brilliantly at the last moment in the decisive match and piled up 304 runs to the Australian team.

Shikhar Dhawan: The Indian team's opener Shikhar Dhawan once again batted brilliantly and played a half-century innings. Although he missed a century by four runs, despite this, he scored 96 runs in 90 balls with the help of 13 fours and a six.

KL Rahul: In this match, KL Rahul, who came out to bat at number five this time, batted brilliantly and scored 80 runs in just 52 balls with the help of six fours and three sixes. Rahul came out to bat when there were 17 overs left of the Indian innings, but in spite of this, he batted hard and scored runs.

Kuldeep Yadav: Chinaman bowler Kuldeep took two wickets in the match but the time at which he took wickets was very important. Kuldeep gave two big shocks in the 38th over to the Australian team moving towards victory. He first caught wicketkeeper batsman Alex Carry for 18 runs and after that, in the same over, Steve Smith, standing near the century, was bowled for 98 and broke Australia's back.

Virat Kohli: Indian team captain Virat Kohli once again came to bat in his favorite third position and scored 78 runs in 76 balls with the help of six fours.

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