Steve Smith: India will kneel like this even Steve Smith had no idea, Australian captain surprised at his own victory

Steve Smith: India will kneel like this even Steve Smith had no idea, Australian captain surprised at his own victory

Visakhapatnam: After the Border Gavaskar Trophy, now an exciting 3-match ODI series is being played between India and Australia. The second match of the series was played in Visakhapatnam on Sunday, 19 March. Team India lost this match by 10 wickets, which no one expected. Because in the first match, Rohit Sharma & Co. started the series in a grand manner by defeating the visiting team by 5 wickets. But now Australia has retaliated and defeated India. The series is now running at 1-1. At the same time, after the second ODI, Australia team captain Steve Smith has also given a big statement.

Steve Smith gave a big statement after winning the second ODI

Actually, Australian captain Steve Smith was quite surprised by the result of the match in 11 overs. Smith said after the match, ‘The result came out very quickly. The entire match was of 37 overs. You don’t often see this. I think our bowlers were excellent. Mitchell Starc put the pressure on with the new ball and he got full support from our bowling group as well. ,

India’s worst defeat in ODI history, the match lasted only 37 overs

Apart from this, Smith also mentioned in his statement that he had absolutely no idea how the pitch would play. Smith said, ‘I did not know what kind of wicket it would be and how much it would swing.’

Man of the match Stark also gave a big reaction

Australian cricket team veteran bowler Mitchell Starc was awarded the player of the match award for his performance after taking 5 wickets in the second ODI against India. In such a situation, after winning the title, he said that he is running in a good rhythm and wants it to continue even further. Stark said, ‘I think my rhythm has been going very well for the last few weeks. I hope it continues.

Australia won the match by 10 wickets and 234 balls

Steve Smith won the toss and decided to bowl first. In such a situation, Team India got all out after scoring only 117 runs while batting first. Significantly, chasing the target of 118 runs, Australian team openers Travis Head and Mitchell Marsh achieved the target in 11 overs. The Indian bowlers had no answer to the stormy batting of both. Not only this, but both the batsmen also completed their respective half-centuries. Nonetheless, Australia won the match with 10 wickets and 234 balls to spare.
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