Kohli’s century and Dhoni won by sixes India beat AUS by 6 wickets
India vs Australia, 2nd ODI Highlights: India needed 7 runs to win in the last over and Dhoni scored a six in the first ball of this over and then, with a run, gave India a memorable victory with 6 wickets on Kangaroo team. Gave victory.
India vs Australia, 2nd ODI Highlights: India beat Australia by 6 wickets in Adelaide ODI, and match 1-1 in the three-match ODI series. India needed 7 runs to win in the last over and Dhoni gave a six to the first ball of this over and then with a run, gave India a memorable win with 6 wickets on the Kangaroo team. The third and final match of the series will be played in Melbourne on 18 January.
This is India’s second win against Australia in Adelaide. Earlier, he had won by 4 wickets in the one-dayer played in 2012. In that match, Dhoni also praised the role of finisher. After seven years, he once again took India to victory against the Kangaroos.
Earlier, Australia had challenged India 299 runs. The Indian team achieved this goal by losing four wickets while remaining four balls. Captain Virat Kohli (104) and Mahendra Singh Dhoni (unbeaten 55) shone in this victory of India. The duo shared 82 runs for the fourth wicket and helped the team win.
Kohli faced 112 balls in his century and hit five fours and two sixes. Dhoni faced 54 balls and hit two sixes. Dinesh Karthik remained unbeaten with 25 runs.
Virat Kohli’s 39th ODI Centuries
After failing in the first ODI against Australia, Team India captain Virat Kohli made a spectacular century against the Kangaroo team in the Adelaide One Day by scoring a brilliant return. This is Kohli’s 39th century of ODI career and he is now 10 centuries away from Sachin Tendulkar’s world record in 49 ODIs.
Earlier, winning the toss, Australia made 298 runs for the loss of nine wickets in the 50 overs set by Shaun Marsh on 123 balls in 123 balls.
In addition to Marsh, Glenn Maxwell contributed 48 runs and shared a 94-run partnership with Marsh for the sixth wicket. Both of these Australian teams were going to easily cross the 310, but Bhuvneshwar Kumar left the two batsmen in the 48th over and let them stay within 300. Bhuvneshwar took four wickets for India and Mohammed Shami picked up three wickets. Ravindra Jadeja got a breakthrough