IND vs AUS: It Was Not A 117 Pitch By No Means At All

India suffered a massive drubbing at the hands of Australia in the second ODI of the three-match series as the visitors defeated India by 10 wickets with 39 overs to spare. Skipper Rohit Sharma who missed the first game was back on leadership responsibilities and looked unhappy with the outcome.

India had a terrible outing with the bat today as none of the batters apart from Virat Kohli and Axar Patel looked good against the Australian onslaught of Mitch Starc, Nathan Ellis, and Sean Abbott. Skipper Rohit Sharma failed on his return as he was dismissed by Starc before he could get going.

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The Indian bowlers did not fare any better as Rohit Sharma tried to make the best out of the situation but Mitch Marsh and Travis Head were having none of it as they chased down the total of 118 runs in just 11 overs with the two putting up an unbeaten 121 runs partnership.

It Is Disappointing, No Doubt About That: Rohit Sharma

Rohit Sharma was present with the broadcasters where he talked about the poor outing from his side as he thought the team failed to play to their potential and could not fare well against the strict bowling from the Australian bowlers. Rohit Sharma also credited Starc for his performance labelling him as one of the best.

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“It is disappointing. No doubt about that. We didn’t play to our potential. We didn’t apply ourselves with the bat. We always knew that was not enough runs. It was not a 117 pitch at all. By no means. We just didn’t apply ourselves.”

“[Starc] is a quality bowler. He’s been doing it for years for Australia with the new ball. He kept bowling to his strength and we kept falling to his strength. That’s something that we need to understand and play accordingly. All their bowlers bowled really well and put us under pressure.”

India with the big defeat will now look to bounce back in the third and final ODI of the series, Both teams have won one game and the series decider is surely going to be an exciting affair before we move towards another exciting season of the Indian Premier League.

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