IND vs AUS: India’s ugly defeat in Visakhapatnam, Team India’s boat sank due to not one but 5 reasons. Australian cricket team beat india in the 2nd odi with 10 wickets know the reason of indian team loss
The Indian cricket team had won the first ODI match played in Mumbai and it seemed that Team India would win the series in the second ODI, but the visiting team defeated India by 10 wickets in Visakhapatnam, showing a one-sided game.
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Visakhapatnam: The Indian cricket team was expected to win the three-match ODI series by defeating Australia in the second ODI to be played at the ACA-VCA Stadium, but the visiting team did not allow this to happen. Australia beat India unilaterally in the second match played on Sunday and tied the series 1-1. After this, now the third match of the series has become decisive. The team which wins in the third match to be played in Chennai will win the series.
In this match, the Indian team could not stand anywhere in front of the visiting team. The Indian team batted first and got bundled out for 117 runs in 26 overs. After this, Australia achieved this target in 11 overs without losing any wicket. For him, Mitchell Marsh scored an unbeaten 66 runs. At the same time, Travis Head supported him well and played an inning of 51 runs. He also remained unbeaten. What are the reasons for India’s defeat?
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- Toss was important in this match but the coin did not fall in favor of India. Australian captain Steve Smith won the toss and chose fielding looking at the pitch and invited India to bat. India had to suffer here.
- It was expected from the top order that he would give a good start to the team in this match. But neither the bat of Rohit Sharma, who is returning from this match, nor Shubman Gill. Suryakumar Yadav also returned to the pavilion early. The team did not get a good start, due to which the hopes of a big score got a blow.
- After a bad start, it was expected that there would be some big partnership in the middle order, which would help the team to handle and reach a good score. But even this did not happen. Virat Kohli was the top scorer of the team and scored 31 runs. He shared a 29-run partnership with Rohit Sharma for the second wicket, which was the biggest partnership for India in this match.
- Virat Kohli had set his feet and was expected to play a good innings, but after being set, Kohli was lbw to a straight ball and it proved to be a huge blow for India. Had Kohli survived, he is such a player who could have made the match on his own.
- Indian bowlers also disappointed. Certainly they did not have many runs to save but Team India’s bowling did not show any edge and could not take a single wicket.