Aliss Islam claims cap trap in BPL make a big appearance

Sydney [Australia], Jan 12 : Australia posted 288/5 against India in the opening ODI of the three-coordinate arrangement here at the Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG) on Saturday. The difference in hues didn't introduce a difference in fortune for Australia as the hosts lost both their openers Aaron Finch (6) and Alex Carey (24) inside the initial 15 overs. Finch left the hole between the bat and the cushion, the ball conveyed by Bhuvneshwar Kumar sneaked in to hit the off stump. The Indian pacer got his 100th ODI wicket in style. India had their high ground as Kuldeep Yadav struck in his first finished. Carey, who had cut the spinner for a limit off the past ball, attempted to rehash however got an outside edge, which Rohit Sharma got at the principal slip. As Usman Khawaja and Shaun Marsh were in the center, the hosts remade their innings well. The couple held the Australian stronghold to put in excess of 50 keeps running for the third wicket and raised the 100-stamp for the hosts. Khawaja enlisted his fifth ODI fifty off 70 balls before consummation a 92-run stand and giving a genuinely necessary leap forward to the guests. The Ravindra Jadeja conveyance hit Khawaja (59) on the knee as he presented the front attempting to clear it, however the left-hander investigated it. Be that as it may, the umpire gradually lifted the finger of death for Australia. Offering the wrinkle to Marsh, Peter Handscomb turned out and kept the score ticking for Australia. To hold their control, Kuldeep struck again and Marsh (54) gave a low tumbling catch to Mohammed Shami. Australia crossed the 250-check with the assistance of Handscomb and Marcus Stoinis. Before long, the guests denied the hosts as Bhuvneshwar rejected Handscomb (73). As the hosts faltered toward the end, they posted 288 for the loss of five wickets. Stoinis and Glenn Maxwell stayed unbeaten on 47 and 11. Bhuvneshwar and Kuldeep got two wickets each, while Jadeja got a piece.
Social Media Auto Publish Powered By :