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India Vs Australia 2nd ODI Stats 

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In a second ODI against Australia that was postponed due to rain, India defeated Australia by 99 runs thanks to a 200-run partnership between Shreyas Iyer and Shubman Gill, Suryakumar Yadav’s masterclass, and Ashwin’s three-wicket haul. They had a 2-0 series win.

The visitors won the toss and decided to bowl first in this game. Ruturaj Gaikwad was gone early on for India as Josh Hazlewood gave Australia their first wicket. With a 200-run partnership for the second wicket, Shreyas Iyer and Shubman Gill set the tone for the home team. Both players went on to score their individual century, with Gill hitting 104 and Iyer scoring 105 runs, respectively.

KL Rahul, the team’s captain, and Suryakumar Yadav, who scored 52 and 72 runs, respectively, startled the crowd with their brutal power-hitting. India scored 399/5 thanks to Ishan Kishan’s 18-ball 31, who also contributed. Sean Abbott went for 91 runs in his 10 overs and took one wicket, while Cameron Green finished his costly spell at 2/103 after his pricey 10 overs. Good spells were bowled by Hazlewood and Zampa.

Australia, which was attempting to chase a mammoth 400, got off to a disastrous start when Prasidh Struck dismissed Steven Smith for a golden duck and Matthew Short for 4 in the span of two balls. Before the rain started, Australia was in the fight at 56/2. As a result, the game’s total overs were decreased to 33, and the target was set at 317.

Before Ravichandran Ashwin bowled out Marnus Labuschagne, David Warner and Labuschagne scored 80 runs together for the third wicket. After hitting 53 runs, Warner quickly perished after being caught LBW by Ashwin. Josh Inglis also perished in the following over, becoming Ashwin’s third victim. Sean Abbott (54) and Josh Hazlewood scored 77 runs together for the ninth wicket, but their partnership did little more than narrow Australia’s final score of 217, which was enough to lose the second ODI of the series by 99 runs.

Let’s analyze the stats and figures from the second One-Day International between Australia and India:

  • India’s 399/5 against Australia was their highest ODI score, topping their previous mark of 383 from Bengaluru in 2013.
  • India became the first team in ODIs to score 3000 sixes.
  • The most runs ever allowed by an Australian bowler against India in an ODI was 103, which Cameron Green gave up. In Bangalore in 2013, Clint McKay had previously given up 89 runs.
  • Suryakumar Yadav reached fifty against Australia in the fewest balls—24—of any Indian in ODI history. With 27 balls, Kohli is next on the list.
  • Shubman Gill has the most runs scored by a batter after 35 innings with 1917 in his 35 innings.
  • Sean Abbott improved upon his previous best of 49 against Pakistan in Lahore in 2022 by recording his highest ODI score of 54.

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  • Sean Abbott and Josh Hazlewood combined for 77 runs, Australia’s second-highest ninth-wicket partnership in ODI play against India. 115 additional runs were previously added in 2013 by Clint McKay and James Faulkner.
  • The most wickets an Indian bowler has ever taken against a team is 144, which Ravichandran Ashwin has against Australia. 142 wickets have been taken by Anil Kumble against Australia.
  • Sean Abbott has hit five sixes in the game, which is second-most for Australia against India among batters batting at or below the position of eight. In 2013, James Faulkner struck six sixes against India.
  • Shreyas Iyer and Shubman Gill put up the third-highest second-wicket stand for India against Australia in ODIs, scoring 200 runs for the second wicket. The longest run-stand is 212 between Virat Kohli and Shikhar Dhawan, followed by 207 between Kohli and Rohit Sharma.
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  • Shubman Gill has six hundreds in 35 ODI innings, which is the second-highest total of any hitter after 35 innings. Hashim Amla, Quinton de Kock, Imam-ul-Haq, and Upul Tharanga also share this. Top of the list with seven centuries is Babar Azam.

 India won comfortably by 99 runs and put highest score against Australia in ODI cricket history.