india vs Australia, 2nd ODI: DLS gives India a chance to win the double series.
(ind vs aus) In the second ODI International match of the series played at Holkar Stadium, Indore, India defeated Australia by 99 runs and with this victory won the series. The India’s team scored 399 runs for 5 wickets. Due to rain, Australia got the target of 317 runs in 33 overs, but their innings was reduced to 217 runs in 28.2 overs. During this, Ravichandran Ashwin had a strong performance against Australian batsman David Warner.
Gill and Iyer’s brilliant centuries wowed Holkar, India’s masterful batting.
In this match, Indian opener Shubhman Gill (104) and number-3 ranked Shreyas Iyer (105) scored brilliant centuries, which was a symbol of India’s masterful batting. Suryakumar Yadav also performed batting with 72 runs on 37 balls. Captain KL Rahul contributed 52 runs.
Warner’s dismissal from ‘Ashwin Warner’: Batting challenge.
In this match, Australian batsman David Warner tried to play against Ashwin, but he faced a huge challenge. Warner started batting with his right hand and when he hit a four against Ashwin, he lost his balance and fell. The umpire deemed him in front of the wicket and this proved to Warner that the batting challenge could be difficult.
Revelation in getting Warner not out: Ashwin’s carrom ball was important.
The moment that got David Warner not out revealed that Ashwin’s carrom ball was actually very important. In this match, Warner did not keep track of the ball hitting the bat, and the umpire dismissed him. This moment ultimately became an important reason for India’s victory.