India vs Australia 2nd ODI Match Summary: India won by 50 runs in the 2nd ODI match held against Australia at Eden Gardens, Kolkata. Now the Team India lead series 2-0 out of 5 ODI Matches. Selecting to bat first India lost Rohit Sharma early yet Ajinkya Rahane and captain Virat Kohli sewed together a century-run stand that established the framework for the center request to set a major score after the underlying hiccup.
Rahane (55) was run out attempting to take an additional run and Kohli fell eight runs shy of his 31st ODI century. Battling in the outrageous dampness and mid 30-degree warm – before a late, brief rain delay chilled things off – Australia looked little any desire for ceasing a creature Indian focus after Virat Kohli thundered back to shape.
The sapping heat seemed to have vanquished Australia, with wicketkeeper Matthew Wade hinting at warm anxiety and causing a short deferral in the thirteenth over as the ice packs and liquids were brought out for the withering visitors.India lost wickets at consistent interims in the center overs that got Australia appropriate back in the match. The guests toward the end made a great rebound with Nathan Coulter-Nile and Kane Richardson getting three wickets each that helped the guests bowl out India for 252 of every 50 overs.
India won by 50 runs
|252/10 (50)||202/10 (43.1)|
The indefatigable brisk delivered an essential spell to swing the match back for the travelers, setting off a small-scale crumple that denied Kohli a 31st ODI century.But a slip by in fixation cost the Indian captain beyond all doubt when he cleaved on off the knocking down some pins of Coulter-Nile, giving Australia the impulse in the last overs to battle their way once again into the challenge.