India vs Australia 3rd ODI 2019 Highlights: MS Dhoni Star As India win series 2-1
In the third and final ODI match, India defeated Australia by seven wickets and clinched the three-match series 2-1.
The Indian bowlers did a great job and did not give the whole 50 overs to Australia. Chahal, who was included in the team for the crucial match, was struck on the wreck of Australia’s spin bowling. In his 10 overs, he scored 42 runs for six wickets in the Kangaroo. The result was that the entire Australian team piled up only 230 runs in 48.4 overs. After that, thanks to the responsible innings of Mahendra Singh Dhoni (87 not out), India lost three wickets and achieved the target in 49.2 overs. Apart from Mahendra Singh Dhoni, Kedar Jadhav scored an unbeaten 61 and Virat Kohli contributed 46 runs for India.
Team India Batting
The Indian team started to chase the target was not good at the start. Rohit Sharma, who played 133 in Sydney and 43 runs in Adelaide, played with 17 balls and was caught by Peter Siddle at first slip, caught at first slip by Marshon Marsh. After this, Shikhar Dhawan also made 23 off 46 balls and was bowled over Stoney’s delivery. After this Virat Kohli (47 runs from 62 balls), along with Mahendra Singh Dhoni, tried to handle the innings. But he also caught the wicket of wicketkeeper Alex Carrie on the score of 113 on Richardson’s ball. After this, Mahendra Singh Dhoni got the full support of Kedar Jadhav (unbeaten 61) who came to the crease and both of them conquered the team without a separate one.
Virat won the toss and selected the bowling
The third and final match of the three-match ODI series between Australia and India dropped in favor of India. India, here on the glorious six wickets of spinner Yusufendra Chahal, piled up Australia for just 230 runs. For Australia, Peter Handscomb scored the highest score of 63 against 63 balls. The Indian bowling was so tight that he could hit only two boundaries during his entire innings. Apart from them, Australia could surpass 200 because of the useful contribution of Shaun Marsh (39) and Usman Khawaja (34). Apart from the six wickets of leg spinner Yusufendra Chahal, India got two successes in the hands of Bhuvneshwar Kumar and Mohammed Shami.
For the crucial match, both India and Australia have made changes in their respective teams. India made three changes, then Australia changed the two players. Vijay Shankar got the opportunity to make his debut in the ODIs by team India, instead of Mohammed Siraj, Kadar Jadhav was replaced by Ambati Rayudu. Legendary spinner, Yusufendra Chahal, was dropped from the ground by giving him comfort to Chinnaman Kuldeep Yadav. In place of injured Jason Beyerendorf from Australia, fast bowler Billy Stenlake got the chance, then Adam Zampa took over the responsibility of the spin department for Nathan Lyon.