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             Kohli scored a century, while Bhuvneshwar Kumar bagged five wickets in India's previous T20I, but both of them failed today. Kohli departed early, while Bhuvneshwar was thrashed by the Australian batters in the powerplay, and towards the end. Things are only going to get tougher from here on. No room for experiments anymore. Because there are plenty of other teams who have prepared equally well, or even better than India as we inch closer to the T20 WC. Australia are the defending champions for a reason, and we got to see a glimpse of that tonight. Will India manage to level the series in the next T20I? Join us on the 23rd, Friday - to find that out. For now it's a goodbye from our side. Goodnight and take care!
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             Cameron Green | Player of the Match: I was thrown into the deep end (opening for the first time) but having someone like Finchy as an experienced campaigner, he kept me calm. We had the luxury of seeing the Indians bat and Hardik must be one of the best in what he does, it was pleasure to watch him. It was kind of good to watch them bat, and that gave us an idea about how to go about while chasing. (Whether he'll continue to bat as an opener) I have no idea, I'll leave it up to the coaches to think about that.
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             Aaron Finch | Australia captain: It was a good contest, wasn't it? We had some really good partnerships, there were some good contests between the bat and ball. They came hard at us. You expect the run rate to slow down if you lose wickets. The batters tried to change the momentum of the game. That's what we play for, we still try to instil all the processes leading into the World Cup.
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             Rohit Sharma | India captain: I don't think we bowled well. 200 is a good score to defend, and we didn't take our chances in the field. It was a great effort from our batters, but bowlers were not quite there. There are things we need to look at, but it was a great game for us to understand what went wrong. We know this is a high-scoring ground. You can't relax even if you get 200. We took wickets to an extent, but they played really well. They played some extra-ordinary shots. If I was in that changing room, I would expect to chase that total. You can back yourself to defend 60 runs in the final 4 overs. We were not able to take that extra wicket. That was the turning point, if we would have taken another wicket, things would have been different. You can't score 200 everyday, you need to bat well. Hardik batted really well to get us there. We need to look at our bowling before the next game.
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             Matthew Wade: I would like to make it a habit (of finishing games). It has been a nice 12-18 months, started to put some scores together and put a partnership with Tim David today, he has come down the order with those (finishing) roles. It is nice to get some youth and power like him which gives me time to start. At this ground it didn't worry too much (to get going from the first ball), anywhere between 10-14 runs per over with wickets in hand we could probably chase it down, obviously the guys at the top of order got us off to a great start. If it gets to 13 runs per over early on then there's a bit of panic but towards the end with a wicket like this and outifield like this you kinda back yourself. You have to work where they are going to bowl, they went wide yorker with a cover and I didn't want to drag it too much to the leg-side and the slower balls I sat a little bit deeper. Often I have four fielders back on the leg-side and I cannot just swing to the leg-side anymore, I need to play some shots on the off-side. Green was always going to open, it was nice to see him come out and do that. He is a really exciting allrounder and he will play a role with the ball as well. There were some crucial roles through that (early) period and Smith played really well to keep the pressure up.
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             22:33 Local Time, 17:03 GMT, 22:33 IST: Wade has played a special knock to help Australia pull off their second highest run chase in T20s. India had pulled things back to an extent with those wickets in the middle overs, but Wade has played another fantastic innings to take his team over the line. Cameron Green was at his destructive best in the powerplay, and he made India pay for their mistakes. Was out lbw, but India didn't go up for a review. And later, he was also dropped by Axar Patel. Axar made up for that dropped catch with three wickets, but India's bowling towards the end of the innings was pretty ordinary. Wade punished them to all parts on the park, and due to this impressive knock by the left-hander, Australia go 1-0 up in the series. Hardik Pandya, KL Rahul and Suryakumar Yadav tried their best to power India to a massive total, but the bowlers - in the powerplay, and towards the death - couldn't come to the party. Harshal conceded 49 runs, while Bhuvneshwar Kumar conceded 52 runs. Quite a lot for India to ponder on. Stay around for the presentations..
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             19.2 Chahal to Cummins, FOUR, Australia win by 4 wickets! Cummins rocks back in the crease and finishes things off with a nonchalant punch through cover. Right into the pocket and that's Game. Set. Match..
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             Pat Cummins, right handed bat, comes to the crease
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             A leg slip, silly mid-on in place for Cummins
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             19.1 Chahal to Tim David, out Caught by Hardik Pandya!! David departs in his quest to go for the glory shot. Fraction short on off and Tim David slaps it straight to Hardik Pandya at long-off. Pretty handy knock, but he will be disappointed for throwing his wicket away. Tim David c Hardik Pandya b Chahal 18(14) [4s-1 6s-1]
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             Chahal to Tim David, THATS OUT!! Caught!!
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             Yuzvendra Chahal [3.0-0-38-0] is back into the attack
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             Just 2 runs required in 6 balls and Chahal will bowl the the 20th..
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             AUS: 207-5 after 19 overs
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             18.6 Bhuvneshwar to Wade, FOUR, smashed! Australia just a hit away from victory now. Bhuvneshwar commits the same mistake again. Goes short and Wade pulls it through mid-wicket for a boundary to finish the 19th over. 52 runs conceded by Bhuvi off 4 overs
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             18.5Bhuvneshwar to Wade, FOUR, pulled away! Banged in short by Bhuvneshwar and Wade punishes it. Pulls it over mid-wicket as Australia inch closer to victory
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             18.4 Bhuvneshwar to Wade, FOUR, Wade is snatching this game away from India. A low full toss by Bhuvneshwar and Wade drills it through cover as the ball races along the carpet and is away to the fence in a jiffy
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             18.3 Bhuvneshwar to Tim David, leg byes, 1 run, attempts a yorker, but ends up bowling a low full toss that thuds into David's pads and rolls towards square leg. A leg bye taken as the 50-run stand comes up..
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             Chand: Poor bowling from Harshal. Bowling short with no pace and giving the batsmen enough time to pick up
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             18.2 Bhuvneshwar to Wade, 1 run, pitched up by Bhuvneshwar, Wade heaves it to wide long-on where Axar is quick to move across, collect the ball and equally quick to get rid of it
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             Third man in..
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             18.1 Bhuvneshwar to Tim David, 1 run, full and quick on middle and leg, Tim David squeezes this through mid-wicket for a single
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