India Won the Series, Kohli is the Fastest Captain to Score 5000 Runs, Rohit Completed 9000 Runs

India Won the Series
  • Australia Scored 286 Runs, India Won by Scoring 289 Runs for 3 Wickets in 47.3 Overs.
  • Rohit Sharma Scored 119, Virat Kohli Score 89, Sami took 4 Wickets
  • Steve Smith Scored 131 Runs, Labuschagne First Half-Century

India won the last ODI by 7 wickets against Australia in Bengaluru on Sunday. India won the three-match ODI series 2–1. This is his sixth series win against Australia. India also avenged the defeat last year. The Australian team then won the five-ODI series 3–2 in India. Rohit Sharma scored a century in Bengaluru ODI. Kohli played an innings of 89 runs. He completed the fastest 5000 runs as a captain. At the same time, Rohit completed his 9 thousand runs in ODIs.

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In the match, Australia batting first scored 286 runs for 9 wickets in 50 overs. For that, Steve Smith scored 131 and Marnush Labushane scored 54 runs. India scored 289 for 3 wickets in 47.3 overs. Rohit Sharma scored 119, Virat Kohli 89 and Shreyas Iyer scored 44 runs.

India Won the Series

Virat Kohli Broke Dhoni’s Record

Kohli completed 5000 runs in the 82nd innings as captain. In this case, Mahendra Singh Dhoni (127 innings) left behind. Kohli hit his career’s 57th half-century. Rohit is the second Indian to score the fastest 9 thousand runs. Kohli did this in 194 innings. At the same time, Rohit took 217 innings.

Rohit-Kohli Made a Century Partnership For the 18th Time

Rohit hit a career-high 29 centuries. He shared a 137-run partnership for the second wicket with Kohli. The two formed a century partnership for the 18th time. They are third in terms of century partnership. The others are Sachin and Sourav Ganguly (26 times) and Sri Lanka’s Tillakaratne Dilshan and Kumar Sangakkara (20 times). Rohit became the third Indian to score 8 centuries against Australia. Before him Sachin Tendulkar has scored 9 and Kohli has scored 8 centuries.

Smith Completed 4000 Runs in ODI

Smith hit a career-high 9th century. He played a century in ODIs after 3 years. He also completed his 4000 runs in ODIs during this innings. Smith had scored a century against Pakistan on 19 January 2017. He was unbeaten after scoring 108 runs.

Labuschagne Formed a Fentury Partnership with Smith

Alex Carey scored 35 runs and was dismissed by Kuldeep. He shared a 58-run partnership for the fifth wicket with Smith. Marnush Labushane returned to the pavilion after scoring 54 runs. Kohli caught him off Jadeja’s ball. Labushane scored his first half-century of career. He shared a 127-run partnership with Smith for the third wicket before being dismissed. He hit 5 fours in a 64-ball innings.

Australian Opener Early Out

Earlier, David Warner was dismissed by 3 runs. Mohammed Shami had him caught by Lokesh Rahul. Aaron Finch was runout after scoring 19 runs. The Australian team sent bowler Mitchell Starc at number five to bat, but was dismissed without opening the account. Jadeja sent him to the pavilion. Ashton Turner (4) was caught by Navdeep Saini at the hands of Rahul. Pat Cummins (0) and Adam Jampa (1) were bowled by Shami.

A Change Took Place in the Australian Team

There was a change in the Australian team for the series Decider match. Captain Aaron Finch is out of Kane Richardson’s squad, while Josh Hazlewood is included in the squad. On the other hand, there has been no change in the Indian team. The good thing is that Shikhar Dhawan and Rohit Sharma have recovered from the injury.

Both Teams Playing XI

India: Rohit Sharma, Shikhar Dhawan, Virat Kohli, Shreyas Iyer, KL Rahul (wicketkeeper), Manish Pandey, Ravindra Jadeja, Kuldeep Yadav, Navdeep Saini, Mohammed Shami and Jaspreet Bumrah.

Australia: David Warner, Aaron Finch, Steve Smith, Marnus Labushane, Aston Egger, Aston Turner, Alex Carrie (wicketkeeper), Josh Hazlewood Adam Jampa, Pat Cummins and Mitchell Starc.

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