India vs Australia: Team India, taking revenge for the loss of the first T20 match, retaliated strongly in the second T20 match and defeated the current T20 World Champion team Australia by 6 wickets. In the second T20 match played in Nagpur, Rohit Sharma blew the Australian team in his storm. Rohit Sharma played a stormy innings of 46 runs in 20 balls. With this blazing victory, the Indian team has leveled 1-1 in the three-match T20 series. Now this series will be decided in the third T20 match to be held in Hyderabad on Sunday 25 September. Whichever team will win the third T20 match, it will be in possession of the series.
Australia blew up in Rohit’s storm
In the second T20 match played in Nagpur, Team India won the toss and decided to bowl and invited Australia to bat first. Due to rain, this match was reduced to 8-8 overs. Batting first, Australia’s team scored 90 runs in 8 overs for the loss of 5 wickets and set a target of 91 runs in front of India. In reply, Team India scored 92 runs in 7.2 overs and won the match by 6 wickets. Captain Rohit Sharma scored 46 runs for Team India. Rohit Sharma played a stormy innings of 46 runs in 20 balls.
Australia had set a target of 91 runs in front of India
Batting first, Australia team led by Aaron Finch scored 90 runs in 8 overs. Australia set a target of 91 runs for the Indian team to win. After losing the toss, opting to bat first, the start of the Australian team was excellent. Captain Aaron Finch and Cameron Green opened the innings for the team.
Axar Patel broke Australia’s back
However, Green returned to the pavilion after scoring 5 runs. The batsman was run out by Axar Patel and Virat Kohli. After him, Glenn Maxwell came to the crease, but bowler Axar Patel made him run for zero, after which Ghatak batsman Tim David took command of the innings, but he also fell victim to Patel’s ball after scoring 2 runs. On the other hand, Finch was in his form.
Jasprit Bumrah made Finch eat all four.
Finch was walked clean bowled by Jasprit Bumrah. During this, he scored 31 runs in 15 balls with the help of a six and 4 fours. After that, Matthew Wad came to the crease and batted vigorously, playing an unbeaten innings of 43 runs in 20 balls with the help of 3 sixes and 4 fours. At the same time, Steve Smith was run out after scoring 8 runs. The batsmen batted brilliantly, taking the team’s score to 90 runs for the loss of 5 wickets in 8 overs and gave the Indian team a target of 91 runs to win.