Australia took a 1-0 lead after a surprising discovery of 208 runs in a three-match series, established by Cameron Green and ended by Matthew Wade.
Australia defeated India by four wickets in the first T20 match played in Mohali on Tuesday evening. Cameron Green struck a 30-ball 61 as Australia were marching towards the target at one point. Then Axar Patel’s superb bowling and Umesh Yadav’s two wickets helped India make a comeback in the match. Patel completed his four overs and took three wickets. And the batting of Matthew Wade and Tim David took over Australia’s sinking boat and headed for victory. Earlier in the evening, Hardik Pandya smashed an unbeaten 71 off 30 balls to take India to a mammoth score of 208/6, which was set to bat by Australia after winning the toss in the first T20I in Mohali on Tuesday evening. was invited. Hardik Pandya dominated India’s innings and kept an eye on the ball and crossed the 200-run mark as India’s best all-rounder after scoring 71 runs in just 30 balls with the help of three sixes in the last three balls of the innings. KL Rahul, who scored a half-century against Afghanistan, also performed brilliantly. The right-handed batsman scored 55 runs in 35 balls. Suryakumar Yadav played a quick innings of 46 runs in 25 balls in India’s total.
PLAYER OF THE MATCH: Cameron Green
I was thrown into the deep end (opening for the first time), but having someone like Finchy as a seasoned campaigner kept me calm. We had the privilege of watching the Indians bat and it was a pleasure to see Hardik must be one of the best at whatever he does. It was great to see him bat and it showed us how to run while chasing. (Will he continue to bat as an opener) I don’t know, I’ll leave it to the coaches to think about it.
Rohit Sharma on the result
“I don’t think we bowled well. 200 is a good score to defend, and we didn’t take our chances in the field. It was a great effort from our batters, but bowlers were quite not there.
Hardik Pandya best all-rounder in india
Hardik Pandya dominated, who laid his eyes The all-rounder allowed India to cross the 200-run mark, scoring 71 runs in just 30 balls, including three sixes in the last three balls of the innings. Pandya hit five sixes in total. While Nathan Ellis picked up three wickets and kept India from blazing from both ends, Pandya’s blitz took India to a big total.
Axar Patel was India’s best bowler with 3/17. The double strike was booked by Umesh Yadav, who caught both Steve Smith and Glenn Maxwell in the same over during the review. Australia lost four for 36 in that four-over period, which opened a door for India, then closed firmly by Wade and Co. Harshal gave 49 runs, while Bhuvneshwar Kumar gave 52 runs. India has a lot to think about.