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Eden Gardens, Kolkata,India

IND
V/s
AUS

India won the toss,elected to bat

2nd ODI

IND

252/10

50 Over

AUS

202/10

43.1 Over

IND won by 50 runs

End of over 44

Total run in over 0

W   

43.1

B Kumar to K Richardson, OUT!, OUT! The decision stands! And it's all over for Australia here. Bhuvneshwar Kumar was the one who took the first wicket and comes back now to seal the deal. Back of a length delivery, skidding a bit off the deck. Richardson walks across a touch to flick it away but misses and is struck on the pads. Kumar turns back to appeal and the finger goes up. Stoinis asks him to challenge the decision but to be honest it was looking out to the naked eye. Replays show it's in line and would have hit the leg stump. The Men in Blue extend their winning streak as they WIN BY 50 RUNS!

KaneRichardson

7(0)

Catch   Ball 

BhuvneshwarKumar


End of over 43

Total run in over 6

0   0   6   0   0   0   

42.6

J Bumrah to M Stoinis, 0 run, Good length delivery on off, Marcus pushes it past Bumrah. Wants the single but which is not on.

42.5

J Bumrah to M Stoinis, 0 run, Good length delivery outside off, defended towards point.

42.4

J Bumrah to M Stoinis, 0 run, Gets across and flicks it towards the leg side.

42.3

J Bumrah to M Stoinis, 6 run, SIX! Flick of the wrists! That's gone over the fence! Let me tell you, he is keeping the Aussie hopes alive. In a match against New Zealand, he scored an unbeaten 146 and nearly took his side across the line. Has a chance to do it today if he plays like this. A full toss on the pads, Stoinis just flicks it over deep backward square leg for a maximum.

42.2

J Bumrah to M Stoinis, 0 run, Stays back and defends it towards point.

42.1

J Bumrah to M Stoinis, 0 run, Fuller in length and angling in, worked off the pads towards mid-wicket.


End of over 42

Total run in over 7

0   0   6   1   0   0   

41.6

H Pandya to K Richardson, 0 run, On a length and around off, pushed towards the point fielder.

41.5

H Pandya to K Richardson, 0 run, Good length delivery on middle and leg, clipped towards mid-wicket.

41.4

H Pandya to M Stoinis, 1 run, Shorter and outside off, slapped through point for a single.

41.3

H Pandya to M Stoinis, 6 run, SIX! Maiden ODI fifty for Stoinis! And what a way to get to that one. Gets this one in his arc and he slams it down the ground for a maximum all the way. Raises his bat to the dressing room and acknowledges the cheer. The task is way too much for him, but can he bring this close?

41.2

H Pandya to M Stoinis, 0 run, Lunges forward to a full ball and drives it towards the mid off fielder.

41.1

H Pandya to M Stoinis, 0 run, Angles in a length delivery on middle, tucked away towards the fielder at mid-wicket.


End of over 41

Total run in over 7

0   0   6   1   0   0   

40.6

Y Chahal to K Richardson, 0 run, Flatter and quicker through the air around leg, Kane goes back to work it away but it goes over the leg pole. A good take by Dhoni behind the stumps.

40.5

Y Chahal to K Richardson, 0 run, Kane has defended it by getting right behind the line of the delivery.

40.4

Y Chahal to M Stoinis, 1 run, Gets down and across to paddle it down to fine leg for a single.

40.3

Y Chahal to M Stoinis, 6 run, SIX! That's flat and that's big! Sees the flight, skips down the track and bashes it down the ground for a maximum.

40.2

Y Chahal to M Stoinis, 0 run, Edged but doesn't carry! Gives it a nice loop, serves it full outside off. Stoinis looks to drive but gets an edge which dies in front of Virat at first slip.

40.1

Y Chahal to M Stoinis, 0 run, Tossed up around off, defended down.


End of over 40

Total run in over 1

0   0   1   W   0   0   

39.6

H Pandya to K Richardson, 0 run, Edged but this time it falls short! Hardik keeps it in the channel on off, Kane has a push at it. Gets a thick outside edge towards first slip where Kohli bends low to take it but the ball falls well short of him. Richardson survives!

39.5

H Pandya to K Richardson, 0 run, In the air... dropped! Tough chance though but a good effort from Chahal. Fuller ball outside off, Richardson drives it uppishly towards short cover where the leggie dives full stretch to his right to take it with one hand but the ball bursts through his fingers and rolls towards mid off.

39.4

H Pandya to N Coulter-Nile, OUT!, OUT! Caught and bowled! Hardik Pandya breaks the stubborn stand! Comes in and hits the deck hard, gets enough bounce to surprise Coulter-Nile. The batsman is hurried by it as he looks to pull. Gets a top edge that balloons in the air and Pandya calls for it. He takes it easily in the end.

NathanCoulter-Nile

20(8)

Catch  HardikPandya Ball 

HardikPandya

39.3

H Pandya to M Stoinis, 1 run, Stoinis comes forward and drives it through covers for a single.

39.2

H Pandya to M Stoinis, 0 run, Once again on a fuller length, driven back to the bowler.

39.1

H Pandya to M Stoinis, 0 run, Fuller in length and outside off, Marcus drives it towards the man at mid off.


India's Batting Detail

Run

Ball

Four

Six

SR

Australia's Bowling Detail

O

M

R

W

NB

WD

ECO

Pat Cummins
10 1 34 1 0 1 3.4
Nathan Coulter-Nile
10 0 51 3 0 5 5.1
Kane Richardson
10 0 55 3 1 1 5.5
Marcus Stoinis
9 0 46 0 0 2 5.11
Ashton Agar
9 0 54 1 0 2 6
Travis Head
2 0 11 0 0 1 5.5

Australia's Batting Detail

Run

Ball

Four

Six

SR

India's Bowling Detail

O

M

R

W

NB

WD

ECO

Bhuvneshwar Kumar
6.1 2 9 3 0 0 1.45
Jasprit Bumrah
7 1 39 0 0 0 5.57
Hardik Pandya
10 0 56 2 0 1 5.6
Yuzvendra Chahal
10 1 34 2 0 2 3.4
Kuldeep Yadav
10 1 54 3 0 2 5.4

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