Ind vs Aus 2nd T20: Rohit-Akshar did bad condition, India beat Australia

IND Vs AUS 2nd T20 Match Report Today: India needed 91 runs in 8 overs, which Team India achieved with 4 balls to spare.

Rohit Sharma And Axar Patel

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In the second T20 match in Nagpur, Team India defeated Australia by 4 wickets and made a brilliant comeback in the series and leveled 1-1. India registered its first win after losing 4 consecutive matches against Australia. The fans of Nagpur had to wait an extra two and a half hours for the start of the match due to the wet ground, but the match that took place entertained the fans fiercely. In this match of only 8-8 overs, captain Rohit Sharma’s stormy 46 runs from the bat gave Team India this tremendous victory.

Rohit did a vigorous wash

Team India had a difficult target of 91 runs in 8 overs and in such a situation, a bang was needed. Like many previous matches, captain Rohit Sharma again took the lead and hit 2 sixes on Josh Hazlewood in the very first over. KL Rahul also sent the last ball of the same over for 6 runs and thus 20 runs came from the first over. In the second and third overs, Rohit hit a six each.

After eating a six in the third over, spinner Adam Zampa made Australia come back and bowled KL Rahul. Still, India had given 40 runs in 3 overs. Virat Kohli hit two good boundaries but he too became a victim of Zampa in the next over, while Suryakumar Yadav went on the very first ball.

Finch starts off

The match, which started with a delay of two and a half hours in Nagpur, had to be done only 8-8 overs and in such a situation there was only one way to play the match. Maximum boundaries. India won the toss and bowled first and Australia did what they needed. Captain Aaron Finch started it by collecting two boundaries in the first over itself. However, India got two successes in the second over and Glenn Maxwell was dismissed after Cameron Green’s run out.

Finch, however, continued the attack and took 2 boundaries off the first 5 balls of Jasprit Bumrah, who was returning from injury. However, Finch had no answer to the stormy yorker in the last ball and he got bowled.

wade kicks again

However, this did not give relief to India and Matthew Wade, who finished the match for Australia in the previous match, did the same again. The left-handed wicket-keeper batsman smashed 43 runs in just 20 balls, including 3 sixes off Harshal Patel in the last over. Akshar Patel once again proved to be very effective from India’s side.