IND vs AUS Highlights: Welcome to India vs Australia 1st T20I Highlights Australia won the first match of the three-match T20I series by 4 wickets before Australia captain Aaron Finch won the toss after seeing the dew. decided to do. Tim David, who plays from Singapore, is making his debut for Australia. Jasprit Bumrah misses out as India wants to bowl first
After the toss, Australia invited India to bat first, India’s batting was poor in the beginning. Rohit Sharma (11) and Virat Kohli (2) were dismissed in the powerplay for runs, reducing India to 2 for 35 in the 5th over. However, Vice Captain KL Rahul took over the command.
Hardik Pandya played a brilliant inning of 71 off 30 balls, while Rahul scored a brilliant 55 off 35 balls to take India to 208/6. But Australian batsman Cameron Green, who came in to chase, 61 off 30 balls and 45 off Wade 21 punished India’s poor fielding, and three missed catches missed opportunities to chase down the target with four balls to spare. lamps.
The Champions team had never chased a score of 200+ in T20s but Australia had to chase a record of 209 runs. The promotion of Cameron Green for the opening roared in handsomely and he sabotaged India’s attack. After Bhuvneshwar Kumar’s first over of 8 runs, Green got 16 runs in the first over of Umesh Yadav. On Umesh’s return to T20I, Green hit four consecutive fours in the first four balls.
In Indian bowling, where Axar Patel broke the rhythm with the wicket of Aaron Finch, Green shared a strong partnership of 70 runs in 40 balls with Steve Smith. Australia reached 60/1 in the powerplay to make their intention clear.
Steve Smith scored 35 runs in 24 balls. Green’s catch was dropped twice by the Indian fielders. In the first 8th over, when Green was batting for 42, Axar Patel dropped a catch and one was given to life by KL Rahul. Cameron scored 61 off 30 balls and was dismissed by Axar Patel.
What Happen When India Lightly Comeback After drinks,
But India made a small comeback after the drinks break with Axar Patel and Umesh Yadav taking two wickets each. Umesh Yadav was very expensive on his return to T20Is three years later after dismissing Steve Smith and soon-to-be Glenn Maxwell. Axar Patel dismissed Josh Inglis as the Aussies lost 3 wickets for just 14 runs. Akshar was the best Indian bowler with three wickets for 17 runs.
Let us tell you that Australian batsman Matthew Wade, who struggled in India in this year’s IPL, changed things. He scored 45 off 21 to make his intentions clear. Wade completely snatched the match from India with Tim David adding 62 off 30 balls. And finally, Australia achieved the target of 209 with 4 balls to spare.
Suryakumar Yadav added 68 runs for the third wicket with two fours and 4 sixes. When KL Rahul was dismissed in the 12th over, Sky took Mohali to the skies with some fine shots. But that too went to Green’s ball soon after KL Rahul.
With Rishabh Pant not in the eleven, India depended on Hardik Pandya to pick up Australia’s bowling attack and he did so. Talking about Dinesh Karthik’s finisher role, Hardik captured that particular role with his stellar knock as he smashed a 30-ball 71 with 7 fours and 5 sixes. From 148/5, he took India to 208 in the last three overs with three consecutive sixes off Cameron Green’s last three balls.
Australian batsmen Matthew Wade and Cameron Green cut India’s bowling attack short as they chased down a record 209 runs in Mohali. Australia took a 1-0 lead in this 3 T20I series after a four-wicket win.
Cameron Green | Player of the match in 1st T20I,
I was thrown in the deep end (opening for the first time) but having someone like Finchy as a seasoned campaigner kept me calm. We had the privilege of watching the Indians bat and were happy to see Hardik must be one of the best at whatever he does. It was great to see him bat and it shows us how to proceed while chasing. (Will he continue to bat as an opener) I don’t know, I’ll leave it to the coaches to think about it.
What Said Aaron Finch | Australia Captain in 1st T20I Ind vs Aus,
in 1st T20I Ind vs Aus, he said “It was a good match, wasn’t it? We had some good partnerships, some good competitions between bat and ball. They came to us with difficulty. You expect the run rate to slow down if you lose wickets. The batsmen tried to change the pace of the game. That’s what we play for, we still try to set up all the processes that lead to the World Cup.”
What Said Rohit Sharma | Indian Captain in 1st T20I Ind vs Aus,
I don’t think we bowled well. 200 is a good score to defend, and we didn’t take our chances on the field. It was a great effort from our batsmen, but the bowlers weren’t enough. There are things we need to look into, but it was a good game for us to understand what went wrong. We know this is a high-scoring ground. You can’t rest even on the score of 200. We took some wickets, but he played really well. He played some exceptional shots.
If I were in that changing room, I would expect to chase that total. You can back yourself to defend 60 runs in the last 4 overs. We couldn’t take that extra wicket. That was the turning point, if we had taken one more wicket, things would have been different. You can’t score 200 runs every day, you need to bat well. Hardik batted really well to get us there. We have to look at our bowling before the next match.
What Said Matthew Wade India vs Australia 1st T20I,
I want to make it (game-ending) a habit. It’s been a good 12-18 months, started putting together some scores and today partnered with Tim David, he’s come down the order with those (refined) roles. It’s nice to have some youth and strength like him which gives me time to start over.
At this ground it wasn’t too much of a concern (to go first ball), anywhere between 10-14 runs per over with wickets in hand we could probably chase it down, obviously the top order guys got us out. Off to a great start. If it quickly gets to 13 runs per over then there is a bit of panic but in the end with wickets like this and outfield like this you get yourself back.
You have to work where they are going to bowl, they went wide yorkers with a cover and I didn’t want to drag it too much on the leg-side and I sat a little deep on the slower deliveries. Often I have four fielders on the leg side and I can’t swing on the leg side anymore, I need to play some shots on the off side. Green was always about to open up, it was nice to see him come out and do it. He is a really exciting all-rounder and he will play a role with the ball as well. There were some important roles during that (early) period and Smith played really well to keep up the pressure.
Scores IN Brief India vs Australia: India 208/6 (Hardik Pandya 71*, KL Rahul 55, Suryakumar Yadav 46; Nathan Ellis 3-30) lost to Australia 211/6 in 19.2 overs (Cameron Green 61, Matthew Wade 45*; Axar Patel 3-17) by four wickets