Highlights from the 3rd ODI between India and Australia: Australia defeated India handily by 66 runs to stop their losing streak. However, India won the previous two ODIs, hence they dropped the series. India needed to score 353 runs to win, but Australia only allowed them to score 286 in 49.4 overs. But India prevailed 2-1 in the three-match series. After impactful hits from Mitchell Marsh (96), Steve Smith (74), Marnus Labuschagne (72), and David Warner (56), the Australians quickly reached 352 for 7. Among Indian bowlers, Jasprit Bumrah was the most successful, with three for 81. Virat Kohli (56), the skipper, and Rohit Sharma (81) gave India a good start in the chase, but they quickly faltered while facing Glenn Maxwell’s off-spin.
India lost the 3rd ODI against Australia by 66 runs
India against. Australia: Cummins made an excellent grab while sprinting backward from mid-off. This is fortunate since Australia’s fielding has been excellent and that was what prevented India from gaining momentum after Rohit Sharma was out. Australia therefore snaps their losing streak leading up to the World Cup. India wouldn’t be too dissatisfied because they won the series and there were some outstanding performances. Picking the ideal mix out of the countless possibilities they have continues to be their biggest issue. Australians finally grin as they leave the pitch.
IND completes smoothly, Aus Completes innings at 352/7
India vs. Australia: The penultimate over of the innings is a close one with only 7 runs allowed from Siraj’s final 6 deliveries. Australia finishes well with a total of 352/7, which is the highest at this site. India may find comfort in the fact that they stopped Australia from accumulating a larger total, though. They were scoring at about 8 runs per over at one point, and it appeared that they might exceed 400 runs, especially with the pace Marsh and Smith were hitting. However, the scoring rate was halted by their quick dismissals, and India was able to exert more control in the remaining 10 overs.
Virat Kohli slays some dance moves while interacting with Labuschagne and Smith
The Australian batting unit was under pressure as they faced the Indian bowling unit in Rajkot. For the third and final ODI of the series. Both teams looked to finalize their squads for the upcoming 2023 ICC ODI World Cup. Which will be held in India. Playing in the heat in India is no easy feat.
In the first innings, Virat Kohli approached the Australian batting duo of Marnus Labuschagne and Steve Smith. As both teams were enjoying a drink break. The three of them laughed as they rested, and Kohli appeared to be quite open as he displayed his dance talents while conversing with the duo.