Ranchi / New Delhi In the third ODI played in Ranchi, Australia defeated Team India by 32 runs. This is the first defeat of Kohli's team after winning 2 matches. The first bowlers in Ranchi have got plenty of runs and later the top order did not give up on the looting. Kohli alone and to some extent Vijay Shankar succeeded Many times it seemed that the whole Australian team is just competing with Virat Kohli. Both our opener Shikhar Dhawan and Rohit Sharma used to be the strength of the team, today they are absolutely colorless.
India vs Australia Match Highlights (Ind vs Aus 3rd ODI 2019 Highlights)
However, here we are telling you about the five players who can clearly be called responsible for the defeat of the Indian team.
1) Shikhar Dhawan
In the last 16 matches, only half century can be scored in half. Apart from this, his bat has remained silent. The goal of 314 in front of the team was, but 'Gabbar' could only make one run and were dismissed in almost the same way they were out in the first ODI. Shot shot at the point, the ball remained in the air and got caught. Have the Australian bowlers find a reduction in their technique? So it seems.
2) Rohit Sharma
The trend started to flop from the T20 series, which continues till now. Particularly against Pat Cummins. In Ranchi this 'Row Hitman' started with six sixes but soon Cummins trapped him in the net. Rohit has scored only 14 runs. This way our Opening Partnership ended.
3) Ambati Rayudu
In the previous IPL, he got a place in the team because of his spectacular performance. He used to bat in some matches but there was always a lack of patience. At the beginning of the innings, playing airships and getting caught, has been seen twice. Against Zampa, he played the cross-line in Ranchi and got out after scoring just two runs.
4) Mahendra Singh Dhoni
Ranchi i.e. Dhoni's own city And they probably had to play international matches for the last time on their home ground. He was promoted in the batting order and sent before Kedar Jadhav. But Dhoni, slowed down by 26 runs, was dismissed on a ball where he could hit six on any other day. But, Team India's hopes went weak from here.
5) Jaspreet Bumrah
At today's date he is considered one of the best bowlers in the world. However, Ranchi did not prove to be good for the fast bowler from ODIs. Finch and Khawaja, and later the other batsmen in the Death Overs sent them out of the ground comfortably. It was a bad and forgotten day for Bumrah. He also gave 53 runs in 10 overs and did not take any wickets.