T20 World Cup, Ind vs Aus Warm-Up Match Highlights, When Aaron Finch was at the crease, it seemed that the match went from India’s hand but not what was the over after Finch’s dismissal, Mohammed Shami took one wicket after the other, giving India a 6-run victory. Welcome to the T20 World Cup India vs Australia warm-up match, the condition of the match was such that India got a quick start on the Gabba’s Brisbane pitch, Australia won the toss and decided to bowl first, Indian team From the side KL Rahul and Rohit Sharma came to open and gave India a great start.
How was India’s batting vs Aus?
Batting first in the warm-up against Aus, India made a total of 186/7, And the Indian team was 69/0 in their power play, which was a good start, with KL Rahul hitting 57(33) 6 fours and 3 sixes made from Captain Rohit scored 15(14) and Ashton Agar was caught. No. Virat Kohli, who came on three, also scored 19 runs in 13 bowls and was dismissed by Mitchell Starc.
Surya Kumar played an inning with some fine cricketing shots in which Surya scored his fifty (33) with the help of 6 fours and a six in the warm-up match. Surya was caught and out on the bowl of Kane Richardson. Dinesh Karthik, who came in sixth place, also performed well in his batting, Karthik scored 20 runs in 14 balls. Hardik Pandya did not last long and got out after scoring 2 runs. Ultimately India made a total of 186 runs.
How were Rahul and Surya Kumar’s half-centuries In Ind vs Aus warm-up match?
In Ind vs Aus warm-up match, India’s opening batsman KL Rahul started reining in the Australian bowler from the beginning of the match. On the other hand, captain Rohit was enjoying Rahul’s batting from one end, Rahul scored 57 runs in 33 balls with 3 sixes and 6 fours, followed by Surya Kumar who came in the middle order, continued his old form Surya 33 50 runs in the balls with the help of 6 fours and a six. Read Also, T20 World Cup: T20 world cup team India | T20 squad against SA and Aus | Team announced Watch
How was Australia’s bowling warm-up match?
In the warm-up match of Aus vs Ind, Australian Bowlers did not get a wicket in the initial overs but got a lot of wickets in the later overs of the powerplay Glenn Maxwell took Australia’s first wicket as KL Rahul, followed by Kane Richardson’s 30 runs in his 4 overs Took 4 wickets for 4 wickets, Starc, Maxwell, and Agar got 1-1. Pat Cummins and Stoinis proved to be the costliest for Australia, Cummins conceding 33 runs in 3 overs and Stoinis conceding 29 runs in 2 overs.
How was Australia’s Chase vs IND?
Australian opening batsman Mitchell Marsh and captain Aaron Finch came in to chase down 187 runs. Australia scored 64/1 in their first powerplay in which Marsh had to go to the pavilion off Bhuvneshwar’s slow ball. Marsh’s 35(18) displayed a scintillating batting performance in his short innings with 4 fours and 2 sixes. And Captain Finch made a fine batting performance by contributing 23 runs in the power play against India.
Australia’s upper batting order went well but the middle batsmen did not contribute much. Mitchell Marsh 35 (18), Aaron Finch 76 (54), Steven Smith 11 (12), and Glenn Maxwell 23 (16) contributed runs, the rest of the batsmen were dismissed for single digits and went into the stands. At one time it seemed that Aaron Finch would win this match alone, but on the very first ball of the 19th over, Harshal Patel was dismissed on a flame full toss, and India got a chance to return to the match, after that Shami Took 3 wickets for 4 runs in his first over and won the match by 6 runs for India.
Mohammed Shami’s first over which turned sensational for the team in the 20th over, see the full cover of the Ind vs Aus warm-up match.
1st ball of the twentieth over,
Shami to Cummins, 2 runs, Shami tries a yorker – a full-toss is deflected and it is taken to the left of mid-wicket, back for the second run.
2nd ball of the twentieth over,
Shami to Cummins, 2 runs, Shami bowls a yorker, squeezes it past mid-on and Cummins comes back for a second.
3rd ball of the twentieth over,
Shami to Cummins: Caught out by Kohli!! A one-handed stunner from Kohli, over the edge of the ropes and he can sport a funny smile. A low full-toss and Cummins knocks it down powerfully to the ground, ready to clear the ropes but Kohli timed his jump to perfection with his right hand over long-on-leap and Climbed on a hand blender. Cummins c Kohli b Shami 7(6)
Shami to Cummins Out!! Caught!!
4th ball of the twentieth over,
Shami to Agar Out, If run out!! A run-out, short of length and on a left-arm angle, Agar swings and misses – Josh Inglis always going for a single, collects DK and throws it back to the bowler, who turns around and smashes the stumps. Does small well with agar. agar run out (Karthik/Shami) 0(1)
Agar to Shami, he is out!! run out!!
Left-handed batsman Ashton Agar comes to the crease.
5th ball of the twentieth over,
Shami to Josh Inglis, b!! It turned into a brilliant finish by India, Shami his yorker spot-on, full, and off-stump, Inglis swings across the line and misses, turning to see the zing bails together. Josh Inglis b Shami 1(3)
Shami to Josh Inglis, He is out!! Bold!!
Left-handed batsman Mitchell Starc comes to the crease.
6th ball of the twentieth over,
Shami to K Richardson, b!! Another near-perfect yorker, Richardson pulls back and misses the swing, the off-stump is flat on the ground and it’s a morale-boosting win for the Indians. K Richardson b Shami 0(1)
Shami to K Richardson, He is out!! Bold!!
Right-handed batsman Kane Richardson has come to the crease.
After 18 overs, Australia needed 16 runs from 12 balls and when Aaron Finch was at the crease, it looked like the match went out of India’s hands after Harshal Patel was dismissed on the first ball of the 19th over. Got a chance, Australia needed 10 runs in the last over, then Mohammed Shami, who came to bowl, took one wicket after the other, giving India a 6-run victory.
IND vs AUS warm-up match Brief Scores:
India 186/7 in 20 overs (KL Rahul 57, Surya Kumar 50, Virat Kohli 19, Dinesh Karthik 20, Rohit 15; Kane Richardson 4-30, Mitchell Starc) beat Australia 180/10 in 20 overs (Aaron Finch 76, Mitchell Marsh 35, Glen Maxwell 23, Steven Smith 11; Md Shami 3-4, Bhuvaneshwar Kumar 2-20) by 6 runs.