In the second match of the ODI series being played between India and Australia (IND vs AUS 2nd ODI) in Visakhapatnam, the performance of Team India, who came to bat first after losing the toss, looked flop. Apart from Virat Kohli's innings of 31 runs, no batsman could do anything special.
At the same time, the Indian team was reduced to just 117 runs in 26 overs in front of Mitchell Starc's havoc. With this, India registered an unwanted record in ODIs against Australia.
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Actually, the top order of the Indian team, which came to bat first, failed. In this match, openers Shubman Gill, Suryakumar Yadav, Mohammad Shami and Mohammad Siraj could not even open their account. Captain Rohit Sharma also returned to the pavilion after scoring 13 runs. Virat Kohli played an inning of 31 runs. KL Rahul was able to score only 9 runs in 12 balls. At the same time, Hardik Pandya was caught out by Steve Smith while diving in the air. India had lost their seven wickets on the score of 91. Jadeja could also score 16 runs in 39 balls.
In this way, the Indian team was all out for 117 runs in the 26th over. This was India's third lowest total in ODIs against Australia at home. Earlier, Team India had scored 100 against Australia in the year 2000 in Sydney. The lowest score of the Indian team was 63 in the year 1981.
On the other hand, when it comes to defending, the lowest score India has defended in ODIs is 105 against Bangladesh in the year 2014. At the same time, in 1985, Team India defended 125 runs against Pakistan. In the year 2006, the Indian team defended 162 runs against the West Indies.