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Opener Mayank Agarwal returned to the pavilion after scoring 28 runs. Pat Cummins caught him out by wicketkeeper Alex Carrie.

The second match of the 3 ODI series between India and Australia is being played in Sydney. Australia won the toss and batting first gave a target of 390 runs. In response, India have scored 70 runs in 11 overs after losing 2 wickets. Virat Kohli and Shreyas Iyer are at the crease.

Opener Mayank Agarwal returned to the pavilion after scoring 28 and Shikhar Dhawan 30 runs. Pat Cummins catches Mayank out of wicketkeeper Alex Carey. While Mitchell Hazark caught Dhawan off Josh Hazlewood’s ball.

Warner injured off the field
During the fielding in the fourth over of the Indian innings, David Warner was injured and walked out of the ground. On the fourth ball of Hazlewood’s over, Dhawan played a straight shot, which Warner dived to stop.

Scorecard: Australia’s innings

The player Run The ball 4s 6s
David Warner run out (Shreyas Iyer) 83 77 7 3
Aaron Finch Kohli bo Shami 60 69 6 1
Steve Smith Bold CA Shami bo Pandya 104 64 14 2
Marnus Labushane Cai Mayank Bo Bumrah 70 61 5 0
Glenn Maxwell Not Out 63 29 4 4
Moises Henriques not out 2 1 0 0

Run: 389/4, Over: 50, Extras: 7 (by-0, leg by-2, wide-4, no-ball – 1)

Wicket Fall: 142/1 (Finch, 22.5), 156/2 (Warner, 25.3), 292/3 (Smith, 41.2), 372/4 (Labushane, 48.5)

Bowling Mohammed Shami: 9-0-73-1, Jaspreet Bumrah: 10-0-79-1, Navdeep Saini: 7-0-70-0, Yuzvendra Chahal: 9-0-71-0, Ravindra Jadeja: 10-0 -60-0, Mayank Agarwal: 1-0-10-0, Hardik Pandya: 4-0-24-1

Australia made the biggest score against India

Australia scored 389 runs losing 4 wickets. This is also the team’s highest score against India. This was the first time Australia had scored the highest score against India in the first ODI of the series, scoring 374 on 27 November. Overall South Africa holds the record for the highest score of 438 runs against India. This score was made in the 2015 Mumbai ODI.

Opening partnership of 100+ runs in second consecutive match
Smith hit 104 off 64 balls. This was his 11th century in ODI career. Apart from him, David Warner scored 83, Aaron Finch 60, Marnus Labushane 70 and Glenn Maxwell scored 63 runs. Opener Warner and Finch gave a brilliant start in the second consecutive match (142 runs) with a century partnership.

Finch was caught by Mohammed Shami at the hands of Virat Kohli after putting on the 28th fifty. After this, Warner, who had made his 23rd fifty of the ODI career, also started walking. He was runout by Shreyas Iyer. Mohammed Shami, Jasprit Bumrah and Hardik Pandya took 1-1 wickets for India.

Second century partnership in the match
Steve Smith and Marnus Labushane handled the innings and shared a 136-run partnership for the third wicket. Smith was caught by Hardik Pandya at the hands of Shami. After this, Labushane partnered 80 runs for the fourth wicket with Glenn Maxwell to take the team score to 350. Labushane placed his third ODI career and Maxwell scored the 21st.

Pandya bowling after 14 months
Hardik Pandya, who recovered from injury, bowled for the first time after 14 months. He took 1 wicket for 24 runs in 4 overs. Pandya last bowled in the Bengaluru T20 against South Africa on 22 September 2019. In this, he took 1 wicket. After his comeback, he scored 281 runs in 14 matches for Mumbai Indians in the IPL. During this time he did not bowl.

Centenary opening partnership in 3 consecutive matches against India for the first time
For the first time in the Indian 978 ODI history, the opposition team has a 100+ run opening partnership in three consecutive matches. In the last ODI, David Warner and Aaron Finch had the opening partnership of 156 runs.

Opening pair partnership Where When
Aaron Finch-David Warner 142 Sydney 29 November 2020
Aaron Finch-David Warner 156 Sydney 27 November 2020
Martin Guptill-Henry Nichols 106 Mount moungui 11 February 2020

Injured Stoinis out of Australia team

Australian captain Aaron Finch replaced Moises Henriques in the playing XI, replacing injured Marcus Stoinis. At the same time, Indian captain Virat Kohli did not change the playing eleven. After the defeat in the first match, Team India will have to win this match to remain in the series. At the moment, Australia lead the series 1-0.

Indian bowlers did not get any wickets in last 5 ODIs
Indian bowlers have taken just 5 wickets in the first 14 ODIs in the first power-play (opening 10 overs). In the last 5 matches, the bowlers did not get any success. During this, the team plundered 251 runs in 50 overs.

When Against whom Run in powerplay Where
5 February 2020 New zealand 54/0 Hamilton
8 February 2020 New zealand 52/0 Auckland
11 February 2020 New zealand 65/0 Mount maunganui
27 November 2020 Australia 51/0 Sydney
November 29, 2020 Australia 59/0 Sydney

Kohli 9th Indian to play 250th ODI
Virat Kohli is playing his 250th ODI. He is the 9th Indian to achieve this feat. Sachin Tendulkar (463) is the most ODI playing Indian. So far Mahendra Singh Dhoni (347), Rahul Dravid (340), Mohammad Azharuddin (334), Sourav Ganguly (308), Yuvraj Singh (301), Anil Kumble (269) have also achieved this feat. Kohli has scored 11888 runs in 249 ODIs at an average of 59.14. During this, he scored 43 centuries and 58 fifty.

Finch-Rahul is seen having fun
Navdeep Saini’s ball was on Finch’s stomach in the 12th over of the Australian innings. The umpire gave it a no-ball. After this, wicketkeeper Lokesh Rahul, Finch, Yuzvendra Chahal and David Warner were seen having fun with each other.

Both teams:
India: Shikhar Dhawan, Mayank Agarwal, Virat Kohli (captain), Shreyas Iyer, Lokesh Rahul (wicketkeeper), Hardik Pandya, Ravindra Jadeja, Mohammed Shami, Yuzvendra Chahal, Navdeep Saini and Jaspreet Bumrah.
Australia: David Warner, Aaron Finch (captain), Steve Smith, Alex Carrie (wicketkeeper), Moises Henriques, Marnus Labushane, Glenn Maxwell, Pat Cummins, Mitchell Starc, Adam Jampa and Josh Hazlewood.

Australia won the previous ODI by 66 runs

The first match of the series was also played in Sydney, where Australia defeated India by 66 runs. Australia had given India a target of 375 runs thanks to centuries by captain Aaron Finch and Steve Smith. In response, the Indian team was able to score 308 runs for 8 wickets.

Team India’s record in Sydney is poor
Team India has a very poor record in Sydney. India has played a total of 21 matches so far, winning only 5 matches. At the same time, India faced defeat in 15 matches. One match was inconclusive. As captain, Virat Kohli has won 11 out of 18 matches against Australia. At the same time, Finch has won only 6 matches out of 13.

Head to head
So far 141 ODIs have been played between India and Australia. In this, Team India won 52 matches and lost 79, while 10 matches were inconclusive. The Indian team played 52 ODIs against Australia in its home, out of which 13 have been won and 37 have been lost. 2 ODIs remain inconclusive.

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