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Tuesday, January 14, 2020

Ind vs Aus: India lost to Australia in first ODI due to these three reasons


Ind vs Aus: India lost to Australia in first ODI due to these three reasons



In the first match of the series of three ODIs, the Indian team suffered a crushing defeat by 10 wickets at the hands of Australia. Some of the reasons for this defeat are as follows.

Australia defeated India by 10 wickets in the first ODI against captain Aaron Finch (110) and David Warner (128). With this, the Australian team took a 0–1 lead in the three ODI series. In this match, the Indian team batted first and scored 255 runs in 49.1 overs, in response to which Australia completed it in 37.4 overs without losing any wickets.

In this match against Australia, the Indian team was the loser in every department. In the batting, apart from Shikhar Dhawan (74) and Lokesh Rahul (47), no other batsman has appeared in his color while not a single player has been effective in bowling.

After this crushing defeat against Australia, let us know some major reasons for this-

Batting order


The first ODI match saw a big change in India's batting order. In this match, captain Virat Kohli came out to bat at number four while Lokesh Rahul was sent at number three.

Although Rahul batted in this order and made a century partnership with opener batsman Shikhar Dhawan, but Virat Kohli was cheaply out, while in this format, Virat Kohli has an excellent record while batting at number three.

Kohli, who came out to bat at number four, could score only 16 runs in this match. In such a situation, it can be assumed that due to the change in Kohli's batting number, India could not score a big score, due to which the team had to face defeat.

In such a situation, the Indian team management will definitely want to consider it in the second ODI.

Indian middle order scattered in front of Australian bowlers


After the early dismissal of Rohit Sharma (10), Shikhar Dhawan and KL Rahul handled the Indian innings strongly and there was a partnership of 121 runs between the two. KL Rahul missed out on his half-century by just three runs, but on the second left, Dhawan kept the front and was dismissed for 74 after completing his 28th half-century in ODIs.

After this, Captain Kohli came to bat on the field. Kohli made one or two attractive shots against the Australian bowlers, but Adam Jampa caught him in his spin and caught Kohli's catch on his own ball and made him walk.

After Kohli, all hopes were now in the middle order, Shreyas Iyer (4) and Rishabh Pant (28), but after the dismissal of Kohli, the Australian bowlers' morale values ​​reached the seventh place.

From here, a trio of Mitchell Starc (3 wickets), Pat Cummins (2 wickets) and Kane Richardson (2 wickets) did not allow any of India's batsmen to freeze. Although a small partnership between Pant and Ravindra Jadeja developed in the middle, both batsmen lost their wickets after playing a bad shot. In the end, Shardul Thakur (13), Mohammed Shami (10) and Kuldeep Yadav (17) combined to bring the team's score somehow to 255 runs.

Indian bowlers' dismal performance


At present, the Indian bowling attack is considered to be the strongest but it failed completely in the Mumbai ODI against Australia. In the bowling of 37.4 overs, not a single Indian bowler took a wicket.

The number one bowler of this format, Jasprit Bumrah, also did not appear in his rhythm and gave him 50 runs in his 7 overs. Mohammed Shami spent 58 runs in 7.4 overs bowling. Shardul Thakur also proved to be quite expensive. He gave 43 runs in 5 overs bowling.

Apart from this, Kuldeep Yadav remains the only Indian bowler who completed his spell. Kuldeep's Australian batsmen scored 55 runs in 10 overs while Ravindra Jadeja conceded 41 runs in his 8 overs bowling.

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