IND VS AUS: There is no disputing that Virat Kohli, the former captain of India, plays with his heart on his sleeve. It is impossible to dispute his enthusiasm, vigor, endurance, and tenacity each time he enters the field.
Virat Kohli always gives more than 100%, whether he’s playing for India or the IPL team Royal Challengers Bangalore. But it goes without saying that wearing the India shirt gives him an unrivaled rush of emotion or excitement.
Everything is set up ideally for the series-deciding match between Australia and India. On September 25, both teams will play their third and final T20I game in Hyderabad’s Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium (Sunday).
Nothing less than fascinating contests from the two top cricketing nations is anticipated in the series’ final T20I game. In order to win the series, both teams will give their all in the decisive game.
IND VS AUS: Virat Kohli, Harshal Patel & Yuzi Chahal Not Impressed With Fans
During the second T20I match against Australia in Nagpur, the former India skipper provided first-hand evidence of the same. Virat Kohli waved to the India insignia on his jersey to almost remind the roaring audience at the VCA Stadium.
That he is playing for India and not the IPL team as they chanted “RCB! RCB!” when they saw him in the locker room excitedly awaiting the start of the game. As soon as they realized this, the section of the crowd stopped chanting “RCB” and began to applaud the illustrious batsman.
Standing next to Kohli, Harshal Patel could not help but laugh at the situation. Cameron Green was brilliantly run out by Virat Kohli, who didn’t have much of an impact with the bat. He attempted to play an offensive shot but was bowled by Australia’s Adam Zampa. In the Friday 8-overs-a-side game that was postponed due to weather.
IND VS AUS: Rohit Sharma Furries Inning Led India To Win By 6 Wickets
In a rain-affected T20I in Nagpur, Rohit Sharma gave India a significant advantage by winning the toss and choosing to chase. Both teams made a few adjustments, the hosts replaced Umesh Yadav and Bhuvneshwar Kumar with Jasprit Bumrah and Rishabh Pant.
While the Australians swapped Nathan Ellis and Josh Inglis for Daniel Sams and Sean Abbott, respectively. Australia replaced batsman Josh Inglis with all-rounder Sean Abbott in the meanwhile. With 31 runs in 15 balls, Aaron Finch got Australia off to a strong start.
Axar Patel, though, helped India resume play by taking two quick wickets. With 43 runs in just 20 deliveries, Mathew Wade kept up his impressive run of form and helped Australia score 90 for 5 in just 8 overs. In the second innings, Rohit Sharma, the captain, started the match off strongly. In just 20 balls, the batsman scored an unbeaten 46 while smashing four sixes and four boundaries.
Adam Zampa’s wickets allowed Australia to retake the lead in the match. However, Dinesh Karthik put the finishing touches on the game by hitting a boundary off Daniel Sams to give India the victory. On Sunday in Hyderabad, India will play Australia in the third and final T20I of the series.