1st Test,
The Ashes, 2017-18, Brisbane

Australia vs England

23 November 2017 05:29 (IST)

1st T20I, JSCA International Stadium Complex, Ranchi, 07 October 2017

India vs Australia

India 2nd Inn:49/1 (5.3)

Virat Kohli* 22 (14);Shikhar Dhawan 15 (12);
Daniel Christian* 0.3-0-7-0; Adam Zampa 1-0-6-0;

Last bat: Rohit Sharma

Result: India won by 9 wkts (Target 48 in 6 ovs due to rain - DLS method).

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India Innings

  R B 4s 6s SR
Rohit Sharma b Coulter-Nile 11 7 1 1 157.14
Shikhar Dhawan not out 15 12 3 0 125
Virat Kohli(c) not out 22 14 3 0 157.14
Manish Pandey dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
MS Dhoni(wk) dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
Kedar Jadhav dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
Hardik Pandya dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
Bhuvneshwar Kumar dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
Kuldeep Yadav dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
Yuzvendra Chahal dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
Jasprit Bumrah dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
             
Extras(b - 0, lb - 1, w - 0, nb - 0)1
Total(49 for 1 in 5.3 overs)49 (8.91 runs per over)
   

Fall of wickets

1/11 (Rohit Sharma, 1.2 ov.)   
   

Bowling

O M R W Econ    
Jason Behrendorff 1 0 5 0 5  
Nathan Coulter-Nile 2 0 20 1 10  
Andrew Tye 1 0 10 0 10  
Adam Zampa 1 0 6 0 6  
Daniel Christian 0.3 0 7 0 14  
               

Australia Innings

  R B 4s 6s SR
David Warner(c) b Bhuvneshwar 8 5 2 0 160
Aaron Finch b Kuldeep Yadav 42 30 4 1 140
Glenn Maxwell c Bumrah & b Chahal 17 16 2 0 106.25
Travis Head b Hardik Pandya 9 16 0 0 56.25
Moises Henriques b Kuldeep Yadav 8 9 1 0 88.89
Daniel Christian runout (Kohli) 9 13 0 0 69.23
Tim Paine(wk) b Bumrah 17 16 1 1 106.25
Nathan Coulter-Nile b Bumrah 1 2 0 0 50
Andrew Tye not out 0 2 0 0 0
Adam Zampa not out 4 3 1 0 133.33
Jason Behrendorff dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
             
Extras(b - 0, lb - 1, w - 2, nb - 0)3
Total(118 for 8 in 18.4 overs)118 (6.32 runs per over)
   

Fall of wickets

1/8 (David Warner, 0.5 ov.) 2/55 (Glenn Maxwell, 6.3 ov.) 3/76 (Aaron Finch, 9.5 ov.)
4/87 (Moises Henriques, 12.2 ov.) 5/89 (Travis Head, 13.3 ov.) 6/111 (Tim Paine, 17.1 ov.)
7/113 (Nathan Coulter-Nile, 17.4 ov.) 8/114 (Daniel Christian, 18.1 ov.)  
   

Bowling

O M R W Econ    
Bhuvneshwar Kumar 3.4 0 28 1 7.63  
Jasprit Bumrah 3 0 17 2 5.67 (1w)
Hardik Pandya 4 0 33 1 8.25  
Yuzvendra Chahal 4 0 23 1 5.75 (1w)
Kuldeep Yadav 4 0 16 2 4  
               
All|Overs 1-50
4

to Rohit, FOUR, starts with a full ball on the pads. Welcome to international cricket Jason says Rohit as he flicks him off his pads through mid-wicket. Perfect start for India!

6

to Rohit, SIX, that's a right-handed version of Yuvi-flick-of-the-pads! No power, all elegance. Just helps the ball in its direction - drifting down - with a eye-glittering flick off his pads

W

to Rohit, out Bowled!! This is sheer you-miss-I-hit stuff. No movement off the air or off the pitch. did the basics right - which is to keep it full and straight. Rohit went for a cross-bat whack and misses by quite a margin. Considering the way the pitch has behaved the last shot you want to play as a batsman is a slog; across the line to be precise. Timber! Rohit b 11(7) [4s-1 6s-1]

4

to Dhawan, FOUR, too straight. Too easy for Dhawan who pummels the ball straight down the ground. He gave the charge and chipped to the left of NCN, who got a hand and it still went for four

4

Tye to Kohli, FOUR, Kohli has pushed the ball for a one-bounce four. You gotta believe me when I say that. That's a mere push. Nothing more. Nothing less. He advanced down the pitch and offered full face of the bat to a length ball and....off she flies over mid-off. It was the knuckle ball, Kohli delayed the shot and got the timing right

4

Tye to Dhawan, FOUR, slower ball. Bring it on says Dhawan. Had so much time to rock back and muscle the pull through square leg

4

to Dhawan, FOUR, Warner is running out of expressions and quite rightly so. bowls short once again and Dhawan picks his gap, behind square with a clip off his pads

4

to Kohli, FOUR, doesn't come off. Might have slipped off his hand, but there isn't a thing called mercy in international cricket. Kohli jumps back and bullets the pull behind square

4

to Kohli, FOUR, India beat Australia for the 7th successive time in T20Is. Kohli puts the marker with a lofty-drive over mid-off. Warner didn't even wait for the ball to go to the fence, as soon as he saw Kohli execute the shot, he started walking towards the Indian skipper to shake hands

4

to Warner, FOUR, now dishes some width outside off and he's been spanked through covers here. Stood put in the crease and let hands take over

4

to Warner, FOUR, gosh, he's doctored that gap between short third man and the backward point fielder. Waited a touch late and defied the diving point fielder there with his slash of a cut. Two in two! What have we got?

W

to Warner, out Bowled!! Now, this is what we have got.. after two back-to-back boundaries. angles this one across, like the last ball, yes, but doesn't dish up much width. So Warner was cramped in his shot and then the ball stayed low too, taking an inside edge onto the stumps. Warner's short-stinted cameo is over. Warner b 8(5) [4s-2]

4

to Finch, FOUR, no, no, this is readymade width outside off and guess what Finch's done: stays put, extends arms and crashes it through covers. That's a boundary on the house

4

Pandya to Finch, FOUR, clear sign that the ball's not coming onto the bat. Length ball outside off, Finch looked early in his flat-footed loft but makeshifts it into an open-batted lifter over to the third man fence

4

Pandya to Finch, FOUR, so quick to rock his weight back and crash the ball in front of the fielder at point. Quick judgement of length there and whoosh, the ball scoots to the fence. An over that goes a long way in offsetting Warner's early dismissal

4

Pandya to Maxwell, FOUR, Dhawan dives at deep backward square leg but the ball beats him. A full delivery swerving down leg, which has been flicked around the front pad. More like an inside edge on the on-drive, replays suggest

4

Pandya to Finch, FOUR, overpitched and supremely driven through mid-off. Perfectly pitched for this shot and Finch doesn't disappoint

4

to Maxwell, FOUR, beats Maxwell but concedes a boundary. Well.. A slow leg break outside off, extra bounce too and Maxwell has been lured into cutting, only to elicit a top-edge past Dhoni

W

to Maxwell, out Caught by Bumrah!! He's an antidote to everything that Maxwell is. Gets him with a long hop. Maxwell pulls - the length warranted playing against the spin there - but he plays it straight to Bumrah at mid-wicket. Straight to him, can you believe?! The show's over. Maxwell c Bumrah b 17(16) [4s-2]

6

to Finch, SIX, slogged away! A flattish leg break this, Finch drops down on his front foot, goes against the spin and mounts a maximum over deep mid-wicket

W

Yadav to Finch, out Bowled!! Uses his wits to bowl the batsman here. Lovely delivery, bowled slow and very full from over the wicket. Dips past Finch's attempted clip and spins in through the gates to crash into the stumps. That's a wicket for the wrist-spin doubters. Like out of nowhere. Poof. Finch b Yadav 42(30) [4s-4 6s-1]

4

Pandya to Henriques, FOUR, lovely shot! Not a bad ball by any stretch. Short of length and close to off, there was no room to play the pull, but Henriques transfered his weight back and short-arm jabbed it wide of mid-wicket

W

Yadav to Henriques, out Bowled!! kisses Henriques a goodbye. Superb bowling from the youngster. Saw the batsman advance and dragged his length back, he even slowed it up, Henriques was deceived in length as well as the slowness of the ball, but still went through with the hoick, beaten all ends up and the ball almost takes an age to hit middle stump. Didn't bounce either as it hit the base of middle. India once again bossing the middle overs. How many times have we seen that in this series? Henriques b Yadav 8(9) [4s-1]

W

Pandya to Head, out Bowled!! Only a matter of time before Pandya had his name in the wickets column. Warner looks dejected in the pavilion. Australia in the middle of one of their collapses. Back of a length ball and Pandya might have rolled his fingers across, the ball held its line around off, Head wanted to whip it into the leg-side and all he could manage was an inside edge onto the leg-stump. Head b Pandya 9(16)

4

to Paine, FOUR, a much needed boundary for Australia. Not a bad delivery. On a length and outside off, Paine thrashes it on the up and the power takes care of the rest, sped away beating the sweeper cover fielder

6

to Paine, SIX, all the way! Bhuvi shortens the length and the ball just sits up for Paine, who swivels across and pulls it behind square, has enough timing to clear the fence. Turning out to be a good over for Australia

W

to Paine, out Bowled!! Cleaned up. On a surface where the bounce is indifferent, becomes more than handy. Back of a length and attacking the stumps, Paine is stuck in the crease to have more options, the ball just skids through beating the inside edge and crashing into middle and leg-stump. He gestures as though the ball did not bounce, but on a wicket like this, you need to be forward. Paine b 17(16) [4s-1 6s-1]

W

to Coulter-Nile, out Bowled!! All too easy. "Jasprit is running in and taking wickets for fun now," pips Harsha Bhogle on air. You can never expose your stumps to someone like and expect him to not hit. The yorker with a bit of tail, Coulter-Nile stays on leg-stump and is beaten by the pace of the delivery, clatters into the base of middle stump. Coulter-Nile b 1(2)

W

to Christian, out Christian Run Out!! 1 run completed. Christian had to go for the second and he was undone by some brilliance by the Indian skipper. Full delivery on off, Christian whips it wide of long-on and pushes for the second, Kohli is onto the ball in a flash and fires a direct-hit at the striker's end. Dhoni came forward and had his gloves up as well, but Kohli had done the job. Christian caught short by quite a few inches. Christian run out (Kohli) 9(13)

4

to Zampa, FOUR, streaky! Australia will take it anyway. Fraction short in length and close to off, Zampa has swing to the leg-side and the inside edge almost brushes the leg-stump on the way to the fine leg fence