IND vs AUS: India’s biggest defeat in ODI history, Australia left nowhere – india faces biggest lost vs australia in second visakhapatnam odi
Australia completed this runchage in a stormy fashion. He scored 89 runs in Mumbai ODI. In this match, he hit an unbeaten 66 off 36 balls, which included six sixes and as many fours, the other opener, Travis Head, scored 51 runs in 30 balls at a strike rate of 170 and hit 10 fours.
3rd lowest score against AUS
With the help of five wickets from stormy left arm pacer Mitchell Starc, India were reduced to 117 runs in just 26 overs, which is their third minimum score. Starc, who took three wickets in the previous match, took five wickets for 53 runs, four of which were taken in the first spell. Sean Abbott took three for 23 and Nathan Ellis took two for 13. None of the Indian batsmen could face the Australian bowlers.
All Indian black gold
The Indian team got off to a bad start in the second match in a row and Starc wreaked havoc in the first five overs. Virat Kohli scored 31 off 35 balls while Akshar Patel played an unbeaten 29 which included two sixes. Starc took four for 31 in six overs in his first spell, dismissing Shubman Gill (0), Rohit Sharma (13), Suryakumar Yadav (0) and KL Rahul (9). He also broke the partnership of Kohli and Rohit Sharma after Gill was dismissed without opening the account in the first over. Rohit was caught by Steve Smith in the first slip. On the next ball, Surya was dismissed lbw, who was also dismissed in the first ball in the previous match, he dismissed KL Rahul (nine) lbw in the ninth over.