The Indian cricket team is considered a lion in its home, that is, a team that is impossible to beat at home, but Australia has done this in the ODI series and won the three-match series 2-1.
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Chennai: The Indian team has faced a crushing defeat at home. Team India has lost not only the match but also the series at home. Australia defeated him 2–1 in the three-match ODI series on Wednesday. Australia defeated India by 21 runs in the last and deciding match of the series. Australia has won this series when it lost the first match. Australia got defeated in Mumbai, after this Australia captured two consecutive ODI win series in Visakhapatnam and Chennai.
The Australian team, batting first in the third match, was bundled out for 269 runs in 49 overs. After this, his bowlers did a great job and after bowing down to India’s legendary batsmen in India, Team India got bundled out for 248 in 49.1 overs and won the series. Let us tell you the reasons for India’s defeat in the third match.
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- Indian bowlers at one time dropped seven wickets of Australia for 203 runs. Here it was felt that the visiting team would be all out early but its lower order did a great job and the last three wickets together added 66 runs so that the team could reach a respectable score and then was able to save the score as well.
- Indian batsmen were playing well. Shubman Gill and Rohit Sharma gave a good start to the team but after that Virat Kohli and KL Rahul also took over the team but there was no major partnership from India and India had to bear the brunt of this by losing the series.
- Indian batsmen made another mistake. Team India’s batsmen lost their wicket due to poor shot selection. Then whether it is KL Rahul or Virat Kohli who scored a half century. India had to bear the brunt of poor shot selection.
- Indian players were once again troubled by a spinner. Australia’s leg-spinner Adam Zampa sent four Indian batsmen to the pavilion. With this, once again the lack of difficulty in playing India’s spinners was exposed.