India beat Australia by 8 runs

The hosts won 8 runs in the second one-day international in a five-match series 2-0 ahead. Australia was bowled out for 242 runs in the last three balls in the second innings.

For the victory, Shankar made 11 runs in the last over, requiring tourists. Australia was hoping Marcus Stevens was interested in the crease. Shankar took his first wicket in one-day internationals with LBW for the first time in the over. After one ball, Adam Zampa  bowled the team with a great win.

The shot was not very easy at Nagpur’s wicket. The ball stopped, sometimes down. Virat Kohli 40th ODI century was an example of how to bat on such a wicket.

India Inning

India lost to Rohit Sharma by score zero in a match at the Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium in Nagpur on Tuesday. Shikhar Dhawan and Ambati Rayudu are back in the pavilion.

Kohli and Shankar pulled India out losing three wickets for 75 runs. A quick 81-run partnership with Shankar’s unbeaten run-out breaks fast forward. Kohli’s straight-drive bowler Shankar got out of the bowlers when he hit the finger on the finger of the bowler’s finger. This all-rounder returned from 46 balls with five fours and one six.

After the departure of Mahendra Singh Dhoni, Kedar Yadav and Ravindra Jadeja, the captain has somehow joined the captain. Kohli returned after a century. His 116-run knock of 120 in the 10 innings in the innings.

India could not bowl Kamin’s entire 50 overs All 10 balls are left out. Pat Cummins took 4 wickets for 29 runs.

Australia Inning

Aaron Finch and Usman Khawaja gave Australia a good start in their opening partnership of 83 runs. Kuldeep Yadav, who had 37 runs off 53 balls, started the return of Finch. Kedar returned to Khawaja by 38 runs from 37 balls in the next over.

Shaun Marsh and Glenn Maxwell fast bowlers are forced to undergo pressure Jadeja smacked 48 runs in a responsible batting line and paused Handscom straightforwardly.

Australia were losing regular wickets at one end At the other end, Stevens was steadfast. But he could not save the end. Shankar’s excellent bowling did not match the 11th over in the last over. Stevenis made 65 runs off 65 balls.

Rust spinner Kuldeep took three for 54 runs. Jasprit Bumrah and Shankar took two wickets each.

Kohli won the match award for a great hundred.

The third ODI will be held on Friday in Ranchi.

Short Scorecard

India: 482 overs (Rohit 0, Dhawan 21, Kohli 116, Rayudu 18, Shankar 46, Kedar 11, Dhoni 0, Jadeja 21, Kuldeep 3, Shami 2 * Bumrah 0; Cummins 4/29, Coulter-Nile 1 / 52, Maxwell 1/45, Jampa 2/62, Lion 1/4, Stories 0/12)

Australia: 49.3 overs 242 (Finches 37, Khawaja 38, Marsh 16, Hand’s 48, Maxwell 4, Stonis 52, Keree 22, Coulter-Nile 4, Cummins 0, Lion 6 *, Jampa 2; Shami 0/60, Qumar 2/29, Jadeja 1/48, Shankar 2/15, Kuldeep 3/54, Kader 1/33)

Result: India won by 8 wickets

Man of the match: Virat Kohli