Ind vs Aus 1st ODI: Bhartala Dus-Yach Sixty Shock, Ishan Kishan After
Pudhari Online Desk : Ind VS Aus 1st ODI : The first match of the three ODI series between India and Australia is being played today (D17) at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai. India’s batting started while chasing the target of 189 runs from Kangaroo. Shubman Gill and Ishaan Kishan saluted. But India got off to a bad start. The first wicket took five runs in the second or last over of the six. Ishaan Kishan got three runs after eight balls. Marcus Stoinis beat him. Presently India’s score is 15 after 4th century.
In the previous match, the Indian team decided to bowl the toss. Team India’s bowling captain Hardik Pandya’s decision proved worthy of Australia’s 35.4 century only 188 runs all out. In this way, 189 runners are needed for Bharatala’s victory. Mohammad Shami and Mohammad Siraj took 3-3 wickets.
Once Australia’s score would have been 129 after 19.3 overs, Sanghan lost eight wickets in 59 runs. At this time Mitchell Marsh and Marnus Labuschagne would have been the crease. Bananas after Ravindra Jadeja, Marshall and then the whole union 35.4 Shatakant Gadgadla. That is, 17 half-centuries were scored by India and Australia. Mitchell Marsh made the most runs from Australia. He played 65 balls in 81 runs.
Australia’s first push was 5 runs in the form of Travis Head. Dawkhura batsman head after 5 runs. Marsh then shared a 72-run partnership for the second wicket with skipper Steve Smith. Smithla mothi kheli khelta aali nahi and 22 dhawa karoon to tamboot partla. After that, Marnus Labuschagne (15) and Josh English (26) did not play well.
Marsh, who came to start Dawachi today, batted brilliantly. While falling wickets, he held a tok and completed 51 balls in his 14th half-century in ODIs. He played 65 deliveries in 81 runs. In that game he hit 10 fours and 5 sixes. As an opener, he would have scored his first half-century in ODIs.
Shami most successful bowler
Mohammad Shami became the most successful bowler from India. He took the victims of English, Cameron Green and Marcus Stoinis. Siraj gave the initial push to Naveen Keduvar Hedla Maghari Dhadoon Kangaroo. Ravindra Jadeja hit 9 sixes, in which he took 2 wickets in 48 runs. Kuldeep Yadav got 1 fame by giving 8 centuries and 48 runs. Shardul Thakur hit 2 sixes. Economy of 6 gave 12 runs.
The winning goal at the Wankhede stadium is easy to read, say experts. Indian team has fielded with four fast bowlers and two spinners. Thus India have only 5 frontline batsmen and want to include a combination of 3 all-rounders who can bat well.