Australia vs India 2nd T20: India wins Series 2-0

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India registered a resounding win over Australia in Sydney on Sunday. Hardik Pandya hit a six off the fourth ball of the last over. After winning the match, Virat Kohli & Co. won the T20 series 2-0. The hero of this day’s match is Hardik Pandya. He played an unbeaten stormy innings of 42 off 22 balls when the team needed it.

Sachin Tendulkar congratulated the Indian team for this victory. On this day, Master Blaster wrote on Twitter, ‘Congratulations to the Indian team for winning the T-2o series. Defending 181 runs in the first match and chasing a target of 195 runs in the second match, Joey highlighted the team’s comprehensive performance. You played very well ‘

In the current tour of Australia, a major force has been defeated in the ODI series. As a result, they had a chance to win the Twenty20 series and a sweet revenge of that rate.

In fact, India did. After winning the first match by 11 runs, the Indian team won the second match of the series. He was unbeaten in 10 consecutive T20 matches. On 6 August, the third and final match of the series turned into a rule-breaking match.

India captain Virat won the toss and decided to field first. Batting first, Australia scored 194 runs at the loss of 4 wickets in the prescribed 20 overs. Captain Matthew Wade scored 56 runs in 32 balls. And Steven Smith scored 48 runs.

Among Indian bowlers, Natarajan took a maximum of 2 wickets for 20 runs in 4 overs. Shardul Tagore and Chahal took one wicket each. More importantly, Chahal touched Burma’s record for most wickets in T20s as an Indian. Both took 59 wickets.

The Indian team started well by chasing the target. For the first wicket KL Rahul and Shikhar Dhawan scored 56 runs. India’s second wicket fell to Shikhar Dhawan (52). India then scored 95 runs in 11.2 overs on the scoreboard. Captain Kohli scored 42 runs. 14 runs India needed in the last over to win. Pandya hit a six in this position. Pandya is the man of the match today.