India’s humiliating loss in ODIs in 11 overs

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The 100 over match ended in just 37 overs. Batting first, India were bowled out for 117 runs in 26 overs in a stark storm. In response, Australia won by 10 wickets in just 11 overs. Ajid had 234 balls remaining in his innings. This is India’s biggest loss in ODI history in terms of balls remaining. Earlier in 2019, they lost the match to New Zealand with 88 balls to spare. The third and final ODI of the series is in Chennai on Wednesday.

After losing the toss, the hosts went into the field with a bad batting arrangement. India lost the wicket of Shubman Gill for 1 team run. Then Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli tried to handle the initial shock. However, India lost the pair of wickets of Rohit and Suryakumar for the team’s 32 runs.

Shubman Gill and Suryakumar Yadav could not open the account. Rohit Sharma also returned to Sajghar with 13 runs. KL Rahul scored 9 runs. In addition to Starc, Sean Abbott and Nathan Ellis are feeding the Indian batters. Joining the march of failure, India lost 5 wickets for 49 runs.

India lost three more wickets between the team’s 91 and 103 runs. Ravindra Jadeja 16 off 39 balls, Kuldeep Yadav 4 off 17 balls and Mohammad Shami went back to the dressing room without opening the run book. In the end, Rohit Sharma’s team was all out for 117 runs in 26 overs. Mitchell Starc took 5 wickets for 53 runs. Sean Abbott took 3 wickets with Nathan Ellis getting two.

In reply, Australia picked up that run without losing any wicket in just 11 overs. Marsh scored 66 runs. Who hit six fours and six sixes in a 36-ball innings. On the other hand, Travis Head remained unbeaten on 51 runs off 30 balls. Who hits 10 fours despite not hitting a six.

Michael Fried

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