India Won The 600th International Match On Home Ground
India beat Australia in the first match of the ODI series of India vs Australia Match, winning 1-0 lead in the five-match series. The rain affected by the rain played in Chennai on Sunday, India won the India vs Australia 1st ODI by 26 runs (DLS). After the rain the start of the T-20 in the match was over. During the match Indian players proved to be great on the team in every case. The second ODI of India vs Australia 2017 series will be played on 21 September Thursday at the Eden Gardens Stadium in Kolkata.
It was Team India’s 600th international match on the home grounds. It includes 316 ODIs, 261 Tests and 23 T20 matches. In these 600 matches, India has won 293th. More home matches than India, Australia (868) and England (828) have played only.
The Advent of The Match
After scoring 53 runs for the fourth wicket, 118 for the sixth wicket and 72 runs for the seventh wicket, the team’s score reached 281 runs. Nathan Coulter Nile took 3 wickets for 44 runs, while Marcus Stoinis took two for 54 runs. After the rain India’s innings, when the match started again, Australia were given the new target of 164 runs in 21 overs by Duckworth-Lewis Method. The start of the chase of the target, Australia started very poorly and their 4 wickets fell for 35 runs. After this, Maxwell-Stoinis added 41 runs for the fifth wicket to bring the score to 76 runs. Even if the team could not handle – Australia’s team could only manage 137 runs in 21 overs. After that India won the match with 26 runs (DLS).
Hearty ‘ Hardik Pandya ‘
Hardik Pandya in the match showed all-round performance, not only great batting, but also bowling. Pandya put the third feather in his ODI career. He scored 83 runs off 66 balls. This is also the best score of their ODI career. When Pandya came to bat, the team India lost five wickets on 87 runs and the team was in big trouble. Pandya then teamed with Dhoni to partner with the 118-run partnership for the sixth wicket. During his innings, he also scored 5 fours and 5 sixes. He completed his 50 runs on 48 balls.
During bowling, he took 2 wickets for 28 runs in 4 overs. They spoiled the hospital’s condition by sending a pavilion cheaply to Steve Smith and Travis Head.