India Vs Australia: India played brilliantly in the second match, winning by six wickets and leveling the series at 1-1. Now all eyes are on the third match.

Sep 24, 2022 | 8:16 AM

Venkata Chari

Venkata Chari |

Sep 24, 2022 | 8:16 AM

The Indian cricket team defeated Australia by six wickets to level the series 1-1 in the second T20 match in Nagpur on Friday.  Due to rain, the match was reduced to eight overs per innings.  Batting first, Australia scored 90 runs.  India achieved this target before four balls.  Now let's see the reasons behind India's success.

The Indian cricket team defeated Australia by six wickets to level the series 1-1 in the second T20 match in Nagpur on Friday. Due to rain, the match was reduced to eight overs per innings. Batting first, Australia scored 90 runs. India achieved this target before four balls. Now let’s see the reasons behind India’s success.

In this match, India won the toss and chose to bowl first.  Considering the ground and pitch condition, the toss has become very crucial in this match.

In this match, India won the toss and chose to bowl first. Considering the ground and pitch condition, the toss has become very crucial in this match.

Akshar Patel's brilliant bowling did not give Australia a good start.  Rohit played a trick by giving two consecutive overs to Akshar Patel on a pitch favorable to spinners.  Patel took two wickets for 13 runs in two overs and dashed Australia's hopes.

Akshar Patel’s brilliant bowling did not give Australia a good start. Rohit played a trick by giving two consecutive overs to Akshar Patel on a pitch favorable to spinners. Patel took two wickets for 13 runs in two overs and dashed Australia’s hopes.

India have a target of 91 runs.  Ahead of this tough target, Rohit gave India a good start.  Rohit stayed till the end and managed to win the team with an unbeaten 46 runs.

India have a target of 91 runs. Ahead of this tough target, Rohit gave India a good start. Rohit stayed till the end and managed to win the team with an unbeaten 46 runs.

Rohit rained runs because of the Australian bowler's weak bowling.  Australia bowled short.  Rohit took advantage of this.  The lack of proper line length was also seen among the Australian bowlers.

Rohit rained runs because of the Australian bowler’s weak bowling. Australia bowled short. Rohit took advantage of this. The lack of proper line length was also seen among the Australian bowlers.


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