Australian bowlers performed well, restricting India’s strong batting order to 118 in the second 20-20 match at the Barasparra Cricket Stadium here on Tuesday. Indian batsmen kept losing wickets early in the day against Australian bowlers, especially 4 wickets, which Jason Behrndorf took.
On the hosts side Kedar Jadhav scored 27 hard-fought Pandya with 25 runs. In this match, seven batsmen of India could not even touch the tenth spot and this is why the team got stacked on 118 runs in 20 overs.
Apart from Jason, Adam Jampa took two wickets from Australia. Nathan Coulter-Nile, Andrew Tie and Marcus Stonis have each one success. A batsman is run out