IND vs AUS:Β Australian Captain Aaron Finch opened the secret, said- Hardik Pandya played a very important role in our victory

IND vs AUSΒ - JioTvvinee

π•π•šπ• π•‹π•§π•§π•šπ•Ÿπ•–π•– – IND vs AUS:Β The Australian team defeated India by 51 runs in the second ODI and took an unassailable 2-0 lead in the three-match ODI series.

The Australian team, batting first, were able to score 338 runs for the loss of 9 wickets in the prescribed 50 overs.

After this match ended, Australia captain Aaron Finch has praised all-rounder Hardik Pandya of the Indian team.

Aaron Finch said that Hardik Pandya’s bowling helped to know what kind of bowling to do on the pitch of Sydney Cricket Ground.

Pandya said before this match that he is not fully fit to bowl. But after seeing the beating of the Indian bowlers in the second match, captain Kohli gave the ball to Hardik Pandya.

Indian team captain Virat Kohli also appeared to agree with Finch. After playing 89 runs in this match, Virat Kohli said that Hardik Pandya gave the bowling plan to the Australian team.

Aaron Finch says that it was very difficult for Hardik Pandya to score runs in front of the slow slow balls. Finch said after the match, as Virat Kohli said, we got the blueprint from the bowling of Hardik Pandya.

There was a lot of difficulty in scoring runs in front of the balls at a very slow pace. Australia captain Aaron Finch has expressed happiness over the performance of his batsmen.

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The Australian captain praised his batting, saying it was quite perfect with the bat. Whenever you score 300 or more runs, it is very good.

I am very happy with two great wins. Let us tell you that in the top 5 batsmen of Australia’s debut, he played more than 50 innings in the match played on Sunday.

This is only the second time in the history of ODI cricket when the top five batsmen of the beginning scored a score of fifty or more.