Australia’s first win in the Australia vs India T20 series

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Australia’s first win in the Australia vs India T20 series against India in a very thrilling match. Maxwell gave the Australian team its first win by hitting 3 consecutive fours in the last over. Australia needed 21 runs in the last over to win, but Maxwell won the match by scoring 23 runs with the help of one six and three consecutive fours in the last over. Australia decided to bowl first after winning the toss and it proved right in 10 overs. Because India’s score in the first 10 overs was only 80 runs for 2 wickets.

Australia vs India T20 First Innings

Australia won the toss and decided to bowl first and it proved right for them when India’s first wicket fell on the second ball of the second over. Australia got the first wicket in the form of Yashshvi Jaiswal who was out on the ball of Janson Behrwndorff while trying to hit a big shot.

After Jaiswal, wicketkeeper Ishan Kishan, who was in excellent form and came to bat after scoring consecutive half-centuries in the last two matches, could not do anything special. Ishan Kishan was out on Richardson’s ball without scoring any runs.

The second blow to India came on the third ball of the third over, when India’s score was only 24 runs. Captain Suryakumar Yadav, who came to bat after him, took charge of the innings and took the lead along with Gaikwad. India played cautiously and scored 43 runs after losing two wickets in the powerplay.

India’s third and last wicket fell in the form of Captain Suryakumar Yadav who was dismissed by Aron Hardie after scoring 39 runs. India’s score of 81 was 3 wickets in 11.2 overs.

After the dismissal of Suryakumar Yadav, Tilak Verma and Gaikwad came to bat and stood till the last over, handling the innings.

Tilak Verma scored 31 not out which included 4 fours. India batted brilliantly and scored 79 runs without any loss in the last five overs. India added 30 runs in the last over in which Vice Captain Gaikwad also completed his Century at Barsapara Stadium.

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Australia vs India T20 Second Innings

Australia’s first win in the Australia vs India T20 series, After getting a huge score of 223 runs, the Australian team came to bat and had a good start. Australia scored a rapid 46 runs in the first four overs. The first blow to Australia came in the form of Aaron Hardie.

Aaron Hardie was dismissed by Indian fast bowler Arshdeep Singh to be caught by Ishan Kishan and sent to the pavilion. Josh Inglis, who came to bat after the first wicket fell on 47 runs, could not score many runs and was bowled by Ravi Bishnoi.

Australia got the second blow in the form of Travis Head who was out after scoring 35 runs. Australia got the second blow at 66 runs and the third blow at 68 runs in the very next over. Josh Inglis facing the ball scored only 10 runs with the help of two fours.

After them, Maxwell and Marcus Stoinis took over the innings and took it forward. Marcus Stoinis and Maxwell added 60 runs in just 41 balls for the fourth wicket partnership.

Australia got the fourth blow in the form of Marcus Stoinis who was out after scoring 17 runs. Tim David came to bat after Marcus Stoinis was out and was out on the first ball.

After him, captain Matthew Wade, who came to bat, scored runs quickly and scored 28 runs with the help of three fours and one six in just 16 balls.

Matthew Wade and Maxwell made a partnership of 91 runs in just 40 balls for the sixth wicket. Maxwell gave Australia’s first win in the Australia vs India T20 series by hitting a four on the last ball.

Maxwell scored 104 runs and he was the man of the match and Australia’s first win in the Australia vs India T20 series.

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