India Vs Australia 2nd ODI: India wins in yet another low Scoring Thriller

At the toss, captains expected to to be a pitch where runs will be hard to score.

However, it was yet another masterclass century of Virst Kohli and proper support of Vijay Shankar which helped India to reach a total of 250.

Vijay Shankar became the man with the golden arm by taking the last two wickets in final over, with 11 runs to defend and Marcus Stonis, a settled batsman, was on the screen.

The Second ODI of India Vs. Australia at Nagpur yesterday turned out to be yet another low scoring thriller. At the toss, captains expected to to be a pitch where runs will be hard to score.

Winning the toss, Australian Captain Aaron Finch decided to bowl first. Australia got an ideal to start with openers Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan going to the pavilion cheaply. However, it was yet another masterclass century of Virat Kohli and proper support of Vijay Shankar which helped India to reach a total of 250.

In reply, Australia got small partnerships and was once looking good to get along the line. However, World’s Best bowler Jaspreet Bumrah was terrific at the death and gave two runs and took two wickets. Vijay Shankar became the man with thje golden arm by taking the last two wickets in final over, with 11 runs to defend and Marcus Stonis, a settled batsman, was on the screen.

The Man of the Match award was awarded to Virst Kohli for his masterclass century.

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