Marsh, after a Stark 5-fer, head pounds India after a 10-wicket victory in the Australian Square Series
Openers Mitchell Marsh and Travis Head were in a dominant stand of 121* as Australia beat India by 10 wickets in the second ODI at Visakhapatnam on Sunday (19 March). Appeared. With the crushing win, the visitors squared off his three-game series with him going 1-1.
Bowling first after winning the toss, Australia bundled India for just 117 in 26 overs as Mitchell Stark claimed 5-53 in eight overs. Marsh (66* off 36) and Head (51* off 30) went on a rampage, with Australia shooting down targets in just 11 overs. The game, which should have been 50 overs per side, therefore ended in just 37 overs, as India suffered the biggest defeat in terms of balls remaining.
Chase 118, Head He threw off Mohamed Siraj four times in a row with two overs. Marsh then punched Mohamed Shammi and hit the next boundary. AustraliaThe batters warmed up for the offense. Another maximum followed as a short ball was pulled over the ropes.
Join the fun by banging your head Shiraji Four consecutive fours in the next over as Australia raced to 66-0 in six overs. Rohit Sharma introduced his Hardik Pandya in his 8th over and Marsh only clubbed him in his 3 6s.
India could have been sent off if a head-on 46 hit a slog sweep top edge. Axor PatelHowever, Shami ran in from a long on and dropped the catch. Let-off pretty much meant what the day was like for India.
Head reached 29 balls half a century behind his next delivery by hitting Axor several times. The winning run came from Marsh, who cut a short delivery by four points.
Stark claims 5 as Australia beats India with 117
Australian left-arm pacemaker Mitchell Stark claimed 5-53 as India were bowled out for 117 in 26 overs. Sean Abbott (3-23) and Nathan Ellis (2-13) also entered as the Australian never allowed the Indian batsmen to settle.
Things started off on a disappointing note for India, as Shubman Gill (0) pointed out Starc. Rohit (13) was caught off the same bowler and attempted a wide stroke, but Suryakumar Yadav scored his second consecutive golden with his duck. He was trapped in front of his feet by Stark, almost a carbon copy of his first ODI dismissal.
KL Rahul was trapped at £9 by Starc for missing a flick. A one-handed blind from Steve Smith in a slip sent back to Pandia (1).
Virat Kohli made the patient 31 years old before becoming lbw to Ellis. Ravindra Jadeja (16) fell behind trying to execute a delivery from Ellis.
After another two wickets fell cheaply, Axar (29*) gave India joy, hitting Starc for six in a row. However, India’s innings folded in the same over, with a left-arm seamer cleaning up the beautiful Siraj (0) to score his five wickets his hole for his ninth in an ODI.