IND vs AUS 2023, 2nd ODI: Who won yesterday’s India vs Australia match?
Australia yesterday at the YS Rajasekhara Reddy ACA-VDCA Cricket Stadium in Visakhapatnam. In an unfortunately one-sided contest, the Australians bowled Men in Blue for 117 in 26 overs as Mitchell Stark claimed 5/53.
The visitors then cornered the target in 11 overs as Mitchell Marsh and Travis Head went on an unbeaten half-century. His India defeat on Sunday was the record for the biggest loss with balls remaining (234).
India After being sent to bat in the second ODI, he got off to a dreadful start. Shubmanngill (0) played his stroke loose from Starck and was caught on a point. Then Indian captain Rohit Sharma (13) slipped past the left arm pacer while Suryakumar Yadav scored his second Golden Duck in the same number of games and was once again trapped in lbw by Starck .
KL Rahul (9) also fell to lbw Starck, meanwhile, Hardik Pandya (1) was sent back thanks to a one-handed stunner by Steve Smith when he slipped off Sean Abbott’s bowling. Nathan Ellis ended Virat Kohli’s stay at 31 as he got trapped in his front leg.
Axar Patel (29*) was the only bottom hitter to offer some resistance. He even slammed two sixes into his Starc. However, his left arm bowled Mohammed Siraj (0) to bring down the curtain on India’s innings and complete his five wickets his hole for his ninth in a day.
Head, Marsh enjoys chasing 118
Pursuing the insignificant goal of 118, Australian person Openers Mitchell Marsh and Travis Head decided to try almost everything. Their ruse paid off handsomely as the visitors crossed the finish line in his 11th over.
Marsh plundered 66 off just 36 balls, hitting six 4s and an equal number of sixes. His three of his greatest was his eighth over bowled by Pandia as Marsh brought up a half-century from just 28 balls.
A head also reached 50 after being dropped by Shami from Axor’s bowling in the 11th over. He hit his 4 on his 10 on his 30-ball 51*. Marsh hit the winning run, hitting Axor four points behind.
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Stark was sensational in Australia’s ball, blowing away India’s top and middle orders. Abbott (3/23) and Ellis (2/13) provided good support for the senior fast bowlers.
In the chase, Marsh and Head helped crack the half-century and returned unconquered.
Starc was directly named Player of the Match with an impressive 5 wicket hole.