Australian all-rounder Cameron Green was dismissed in a disappointing fashion during the first ODI against India on Friday, September 22 at the IS Bindra Stadium in Mohali. He was involved in a horrible mix-up with Josh Inglis, throwing away his wicket in the match.
The incident took place in the fortieth over of the first innings. Cameron Green was set at the crease and was looking to accelerate the innings. His partnership with Josh Inglis seemed to have got some momentum. However, his dismissal pegged Australia on the back foot.
Mohammed Shami bowled a slower-length ball to Cameron Green. The Aussie batter got forward and tried to push the delivery. However, he got an edge and the ball went towards the keeper, who let it go through towards third man. Green and Inglis took the first run quickly. The former was adamant on the second run, however, Inglis was caught watching the ball. They were involved in a mix-up costing Green’s wicket as Suryakumar Yadav’s throw dismantled the stumps.
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Australia finished with 276 runs in the first innings
Australia got all out for 276 runs in the first innings of the first ODI against India at the IS Bindra Stadium in Mohali. All-rounder Cameron Green was dismissed for 31 runs off 52 deliveries. He slammed three boundaries during his stay at the crease. Skipper Pat Cummins played a nice cameo lower down the order of … runs.
Marcus Stoinis and Josh Inglis’ partnership was crucial for the visitors to go past the 250-run mark. Josh Inglis scored a run-a-ball 45, while Stoinis slammed five boundaries to score 29 runs. David Warner also smashed a fifty earlier in the innings, while Steve Smith scored 41 runs. Mohammed Shami took a fifer, conceding 51 runs in 10 overs, while Ravichandran Ashwin, Jasprit Bumrah and Ravindra Jadeja took one wicket each.