Australian teams since 2003, have enjoyed fair amount of success in ODI cricket in India. Ponting's team beat India regularly. Even the team in 2009, where Australia kept losing players to injuries throughout the series, but kept winning the matches!! So, it is not a surprise that an Australian team
There is something about an India vs Australia ODI in Mohali. In 2013, Ishant Sharma bowled that infamous over to Faulkner and gave away 30 runs. Yesterday, on a similar road of a pitch, India helped Australia unearth another 'ner', this time a Tur'ner'. Ashton Turner, played a dream innings
Yet another ODI and yet another win for the Indian juggernaut!! A win fashioned by India's new-found strength, bowling! How appropriate that they provided India's 500th ODI win in its history!
India beat Australia by 8 runs at Nagpur, to take a 2-0 lead in the five match series.
India batted first
There was a time in the 1990s, when all that the opponents of India had to do was to win the toss and make India chase. After that, Indian batsmen would find various ways to snatch defeat from the jaws of victory! Things have changed since then. After the emergence
Australia beat India by 3 wickets, scoring the required 14 runs off the last over by Umesh Yadav. The match kicked off in style the new round of limited overs internationals matches between these rivals. Fans will be delighted, if this trend continues in the remaining matches as well.