Chahal gave 69 runs in 10 overs in the 1st ODI against Australia

Chahal gave 69 runs in 10 overs in the 1st ODI against Australia

Australia puts a massive total of 375 runs for the loss of 6 wickets in the 1st ODI between India vs Australia 2020 Series. Here are the bowlers who conceded the most runs in the 1st ODI against Australia. Among the Indian bowlers, Chahal gave 69 runs in 10 overs Navdeep Saini gave 63 runs in 10 overs Bumrah scored 63 runs Shami is India’s most successful bowler He took three wickets for 59 runs in 10 overs Jadeja gave 63 runs without getting any wicket

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Finch hit nine boundaries and two over boundaries in his 124-ball innings. Bumrah took 6 wickets in ODI cricket after five matches Before that, however, Finch scored his 18th century in ODI cricket Earlier, Mohammad Shami returned Warner for 69 runs After Warner’s return, Smith showed his dominance with the bat.

The former Aussie captain hit 10 boundaries and four sixes in just 62 balls to reach the century. This is the third fastest ODI century among Aussie cricketers In the last over of the last innings, Shamir was dismissed for 105 off 6 balls Smith scored his tenth century in ODI cricket

Earlier, Glenn Maxwell gave Australia a big lead with stormy innings of 45 off 19 balls. Maxi 6 with five boundaries and 3 over boundaries Finch & Co. took India to a big run by beating the Indian bowlers In the end, Australia made 364 runs for the loss of 6 wickets in 50 overs

Australia averaged 6 runs on a solid foundation Aaron Finch and Smith’s centuries and David Warner’s half-centuries and Glenn Maxwell’s stormy innings put Australia ahead by 375 runs.

The Aussie batsmen won the first toss of the series at the SCG and batted first against the Indian bowlers. Opening pair Warner and Finch started the day by adding 158 runs Smith and Maxwell then brought down the giant bowlers to give Australia a half-run lead.

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