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In the second one-day match played in Nagpur, Team India beat Australia by eight runs and take a 2-0 lead in the five-match ODI series.

IND vs AUS
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At the same time, in the ODIs, Virat’s army has chased Australia by winning the fourth consecutive win.

Earlier, Team India beat Australia by 6 wickets in Adelaide Oval in January 2019. After that, there were 7 wickets in the Melbourne Cricket Ground and 6 wickets in Dhan Dhan.
Batting first in this match, Team India were all out on 250 runs in 48.2 overs and Australia got a target of 251 runs to win.

In reply, the Kangaroo team got stacked on 242 runs in 49.3 overs and India took the match for themselves.

Team India’s victory against Australia

1. India vs Australia – 15 January 2019 – Adelaide – India won by 6 wickets

2. India vs Australia – 18 January 2019 – Melbourne – India won by 7 wickets

3. India vs Australia – 2 March 2019 – Hyderabad – India won by 6 wickets

4. India vs Australia – 5 March 2019 – Nagpur – India won by 8 runs

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Earlier Australia’s bowlers allotted India to 250 runs. Captain Virat Kohli put the 40th ODI century under pressure conditions, which enabled India to score 250 runs against Australia in spite of wrecking the middle order.

Australia’s three spinners, Adam Jampa (two for 62 in ten overs), Glenn Maxwell (one for 45 in ten overs) and Nathan Lyon (one for 42 in ten overs) bowled well in the middle overs but Pat Cummins (4 wickets for 29 runs) was his most successful bowler.

IND vs AUS
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Cummins sent opener Rohit Sharma (Zero) to the pavilion in the first over, after Kohli stepped on the crease and played a wonderful inning of 116, including ten fours. He ran most of his runs Kohli remained on the crease until the 48th over and faced 120 balls.

Kohli played one of the best innings in recent times, in which he also presented a spectacular view of his favorite drive. Kohli started his innings from the start, while Shikhar Dhawan (21) and Ambati Rayudu (18) could not play a long innings despite spending some time on the crease.

Dhawan looked good in the rhythm but Glenn Maxwell lbw him out. Rayudu was having difficulty in rotating the strike because the ball was not coming on the bat. He was finally let out by Lion LBW.

Kohli got good allies as Vijay Shankar (46 off 41 balls). Both of them added 81 runs for the fourth wicket. Shankar, however, was unfortunately run out on Kohli’s straight drive.
Leg-spinner Jampa then bowled Kedar Jadhav (11) and Mahendra Singh Dhoni (zero) on consecutive balls, but Kohli retained one end.

Kohli completed his 65th international century in international cricket by chasing Nathan Coulter-Nile ball. Need to make runs in the final moments of the innings but Ravindra Jadeja could only manage 21 runs in 40 balls.

Kohli completed his 65th international century in international cricket by chasing Nathan Coulter-Nile ball. Need to make runs in the final moments of the innings but Ravindra Jadeja could only manage 21 runs in 40 balls.

After the dismissal of Jadeja, Cummins ended Kohli’s innings. Kuldeep Yadav (three) and Jasprit Bumrah (zero) also got out in an effort to make runs and India could not even play the full 50 overs.

Australia definitely landed with two changes. Shaun Marsh and Nathan Lyon got the chance in the team. Ashton Turner and Jason Behrendorf had to go out.

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