IND vs AUS: Surrender of half of India’s team within 50 runs, Mitchell Starc’s ‘whirlwind’ in Vizag. IND vs AUS: Mitchell Strac trouble for Team India take Rohit Sharma, KL Rahul, Shubhman Gill and Suryakumar Yadav in Vizag
India vs Australia, 2nd ODI: Half of the Indian team returned to the pavilion within 50 runs in Vizag. What Shubman, what Rohit, Rahul and Suryakumar Yadav. One after the other all these big names of Indian batting went on failing.
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New Delhi: What happened in Mumbai was not visible in Vizag. Vizag’s pitch is called a batsman’s paradise. but when Team India When the batsmen came here to play, it seemed that they had been dropped on a pitch full of thorns, from which they were in a hurry to come out. The wickets of Indian batsmen were being uprooted more than the number of runs that were not hanging on the score board. As a result, half the team surrendered in no time.
Half of the Indian team returned to the pavilion within 50 runs in Vizag. What Shubman, what Rohit, Rahul and Suryakumar Yadav. One after the other all these big names of Indian batting went on failing. Moreover, even Hardik Pandya could not save himself from getting swept away in the flowing Ganges of wickets.
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Starc ended the ‘spark’ of Indian batsmen
Mitchell Starc was the biggest responsible for India’s poor condition against Australia in the second ODI. In fact, it was the whirlwind of his bowling that arose in Vizag, which forced the Indian batsmen to surrender one after the other. Mitchell Starc wrote his name on the first 4 wickets that fell for Team India.
Rohit, Gill, Rahul and SKY… everyone’s ‘hunter’ one
The first four wickets here mean Shubman Gill, Rohit Sharma, Suryakumar Yadav and KL Rahul. Stark saw all this during the bowling of 6 overs of his first spell. He gave 31 runs in the first 6 overs and took these 4 wickets. Stark did LBW to 2 out of 4 batsmen while both the openers were caught out.
Abbott walks Hardik Pandya
Now seeing the melon, the melon changes its colour. Seeing Stark, the same effect happened on Abbott, the second Australian bowler, who made Hardik Pandya walk on a personal score of just 1 run.
After the dismissal of these top 5 batsmen, the condition of Team India is serious in Vizag ODI. Due to this, whether he comes out and becomes a challenge for Australia or gets stuck in it, only the game ahead will tell.
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