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             We are all set for a grand finish in Hyderabad on Sunday. Firstly, very pleased to inform you that we would not have to worry much about the weather. Rohit, Axar, Bumrah's return, DK's finish were the boxes India ticked today, while Australia will be smiling about Wade's finishes. It was very interesting to see Ro back Harshal for an extra over when it was so easy for him to throw it to Hardik or even Chahal. The kind of backing you need as a player and sometimes you lift yourself seeing that sort of support. The worrying part for India though is that Harshal bowled 7-8 slower balls in the final over of both the T20Is and Wade was able to hit six sixes when it's been repeatedly told to us that picking his slower ball is difficult. Is it about a slight change in the release since return from injury or is it something mental, trust Harshal and the team to know better. With a lot of hope of a humdinger in Hyderabad, we will see you all Sunday evening. Take care!
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             Rohit Sharma | PoTM | India captain: I was quite surprised as well actually. Didn't expect to hit it like that, glad it came off. For the last 8-9 months I have been playing like that. You can't really plan too much is such a shortened game. The bowlers had something to bowl to and we bowled well. The dew started coming in later, which is why we saw a few full tosses from Harshal. Coming back after a couple of months, the back injury can be tricky. I am not going to talk too much about how he bowled. Got us the crucial wicket. As a team we are not going to analyse too much. Just want him to come and enjoy. Axar can bowl in any stage, gives me an advantage of using the other bowlers in different situations too - maybe use the pacers in the middle overs if he bowls in the powerplay. I would like to see his batting as well. Glad DK could finish well. Been a while since he had some time in the middle. There was this thought if we should get Rishabh in but I thought Sams is going to bowl off-cutters, so I thought let DK come in and he is playing that role anyway for us. Groundsmen have been here since 1.30 pm to get the outfield ready.
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             Aaron Finch | Australia captain: You probably plan for a 5 over game and then a bit more to it. Rohit played brilliantly and two overs of Axar made the difference. Wade is a calm customer at the back end and he has grown into that finisher's role. Zampa was good too.
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             Dinesh Karthik: There was not too much talk. Rohit was trying to tell me this is what the bowler would do, I had my plans. As a middle order batter it is about execution. It feels good to hit the winning runs. Ro with the bat and Axar with the ball stood out, good to see Bumrah back. We need to take the momentum forward. 1-1 is a good score. You want to play those crunch games. But more importantly, we are happy to have put up a show for the crowd with no injuries.
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             23:02 Local Time, 17:32 GMT, 23:02 IST: Take a bow Rohit Sharma. He paced this chase so well. Smacked Hazlewood for back-to-back sixes in the first over to set the tone, held one end tight when Zampa pulled it back with three wickets and then absorbed the pressure in the end overs for some timely boundaries. DK finishing the game in two balls to delight the Indian fans. A shortened, but entertaining game. Australia knew they needed at least 100+ in this game because batters can come and swing at will with only 8 overs to play. Axar was outstanding in restricting the Aussies and the captain led the way with the bat despite two great overs from Zampa.
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             7.2Daniel Sams to Karthik, FOUR, short and into the pitch, DK pulls, deep mid-wicket can't get around and India level the series 1-1. The capacity crowd hung in there and got their moneys worth. What an atmosphere in Nagpur
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             7.1Daniel Sams to Karthik, SIX, the finisher! The reason why they back him. Slower delivery on the pads, DK gets inside the line and smacks this over backward square leg. Thank you very much shot from DK
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             Daniel Sams [1.0-0-10-0] is back into the attack
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             Only 9 needed. Australia need to have a solid first half of the over to tighten this. Sams with the ball.
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             IND: 82-4 after 7 overs
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             6.6 Cummins to Rohit, FOUR, what timing! Length delivery outside off stump, Ro stays leg-side of the ball and just guides it, but it rockets past backward point for four as if he smashed that hard. This hit swings it India's way again
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             6.6 Cummins to Rohit, wide, slower delivery wide of off stump, Ro knows he can ill afford to make this a dot and swings hard, too wide
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             Dinesh Karthik, right handed bat, comes to the crease
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             6.5 Cummins to Hardik Pandya, out Caught by Finch!! Key ball this. Cummins bowls short into the wicket, Hardik could have played along the ground to ease this game, but he goes across and goes hard for a big hit over the leg-side, slices it high for extra-cover to complete a pressure catch. Tell you what, if Cummins manages to close with a dot, India will feel the pressure. Hardik Pandya c Finch b Cummins 9(9) [4s-1]
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             Cummins to Hardik Pandya, THATS OUT!! Caught!!
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             6.4 Cummins to Hardik Pandya, no run, almost a wide, Pandya swings and misses. Tight call that from the ump
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             6.3 Cummins to Hardik Pandya, 2 runs, moves across and tries to launch it over the ropes, slices it high but it clears the man running back from the ring, lands in front of deep point
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             6.2 Cummins to Hardik Pandya, FOUR, yep, the field gives it away easily and Hardik waited for this slower delivery outside off stump. Thumped it off the back foot over deep cover
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             Two men close at deep point and deep extra. Very evident he is going to bowl wide of off stump
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             6.1 Cummins to Rohit, 1 run, short and outside off stump, Ro decides to fetch this pull and hit towards mid-wicket
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             6.1 Cummins to Rohit, wide, even Cummins wants to bowl way outside off stump and sprays a wide
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