India Win T20 Series

Virat out for 40 runs appeared the End of India win chance.

India 149/3, 16 Over 2nd T20I. 16.1: WICKET! V Kohli (40) is out, c Matthew Wade b Daniel Sams, 149/4.

Kohli 40, Pandey 08 but Pandey glorious batting of 42 made India win.

India win the second T20 cricket match against Australia by 6 wickets, with this win at Sydney, T20 Series 2:0 with this lead India clinch the series of T20 three match.

India defeated Australia by six wickets  in the  second T20 at Sydney Cricket Ground on Sunday. With this win, India also won the three-match series. India won the opening Twenty20 international on Friday in Canberra by 11 runs. The final match will be played on December 9th.

Chasing a target of 195, India finished the game with two balls remaining, losing four wickets in the process. But Nailbitting finish when in last over 14 runs were needed to win. Scintillating batting by Hardik Pandya seals win it for #TeamIndia. INDIA WIN by 6 wickets and clinch the T20I series 2-0.

Hardik ‘hard-hitting’ Pandya helped India clinch the T20 series against Australia with an impressive knock in the final over off Daniel Sams. Pandya’s last-minute sixes during his 42 off 22 balls.

2nd T20I. 19.4: D Sams to H Pandya (42), 6 runs, 195/4.

2nd T20I. 19.2: D Sams to H Pandya (36), 6 runs, 189/4

Two big 6s by Hardik. The hurricane Hardik 42 runs help India win 195/4.

Hardik Pandya was adjudged Man of the Match for his blistering 42 runs knock which came just off 22 balls. He remained not out. Opener Shikhar Dhawan top scored for the team with 52 runs played pivot opener in giving excellent momentum to chase big score.

Earlier batting first Australia scored 194 in the stipulated 20 overs losing five wickets. Skipper MS Wade top scored for the team with a powerful 32 ball 58 runs hitting 10 boundaries and a six. For India Natarajan took two wickets while Shardul Thakur and Chahal took one wicket each

By Naresh Sagar

Mentor MSME, Motivator, Media Event Org, Management fiscal & Water management.Social Media branding,Internet broadcasters,Propunder of Indian Philosophy

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