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INDvAUS : Twitter Reactions after Australia ended India”s unbeaten streak


It was expected to rain in Bengaluru at some point in the match today but instead, it was raining boundaries and sixes from both the sides at the Chinnaswamy stadium. Winning the toss second time in a row, Australian skipper Steve Smith elected to bat on a wicket full of runs. David Warner and Aaron finch fully justified that decision as they played the second string Indian bowling attack to all parts of the square. David Warner brought up his century in his 100th ODI match and Aussies were looking at potentially insurmountable 1st innings total when some disciplined bowling from India only restricted the visitors to 333/5.

Indian openers once again got the home side off to a brisk start. Rohit Sharma was at his absolute ball-striking best as he continued his six-hitting spree from the last game. Just when India was looking in control of the chase, a disastrous mix-up between the skipper and the vice-captain sent Rohit back to the pavilion. Virat Kohli once again chopped onto his stumps and the match drifted away from the home side. Despite some lusty strokes from young superstar Pandya and a handy Knock from Kedar Jadhav, India regularly lost wickets at important stages of the game and eventually came up short.

Australia registered their first win of the tour and an away ODI win after a long string of losses. Twitter congratulated the Aussies on their well-fought win and contemplated on the continuous mystery of the Indian middle order. Here is all the action from the social media site




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