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India vs Australia, 2nd T20I: Maxwell star defeated Australia by 7 wickets, win series 2-0

Result: India 4-190 (Kohli 72, Rahul 47, Dhoni 40) Australia won 3-194 (Maxwell 113no) 7 wickets with 2 balls.
India vs Australia, 2nd T20I: Maxwell stars as Australia beat India by seven wickets, win series 2-0

Match in a tweet: MAXWell MAX! Despite Virat Kohli's firearms, Victorian made his third T-20 record.
Hero: Glenn Maxwell is looking like their beach ball. He scored 56 runs in his innings on Sunday and three days later, he scored an unbeaten 113 not out in 55 balls in the third T20I.
His second ball hit six, although the captain was unusually in his head, he did not know both because of the fast bowling and slow bowlers.
Maxwell later said the game was about how his best match was against Yuzvendra Chahal's leg spin and after playing four and three sixes, the game went on two attacks.
One feature of Maxwell's tour was his devotion to orthodox stroke so far, just drag a switch hit or reverse swipe. He tried to hit two switches on Wednesday night; The first one ungainly miss, second to return a giant six 20 rows.
The required run rate runs around 11 in the rhythm and hundreds of runs increasingly as he was never flustered.
When he raised half a century, when he reached three steps while batting, he silently, probably because of fatigue, the job was not announced.
But it was done.
At that stage, Australia had to walk through the park with 13 of 11 balls, the standard T-20. Centuries of the third over of the final over won the match by six wickets in 9 overs, and the right-hander gave the ball after his century in his seventh four.
He added 99 runs for the fourth wicket with Peter Handscomb, who participated in only 20, but worked to transfer the strike to the in-form player. For the past 11 months, a senior Australian player has been begging for help and Maxwell worked tonight.
Stat: Australia wins their first T-20 series, their fourth highest successful T-20 against India.
India vs Australia, 2nd T20I: Maxwell stars as Australia beat India by seven wickets, win series 2-0

Support Cast: D'Arcy was 37 impressive in Vizag but he was good at Bangalore.
Through the covers for the four balls, he smoked the ball, under the control of the short stroke and the judge.
Although his skill against fast bowling is well known, it is his game against spin which is the most influential in the T20I series.

In contrast to Kohli, 28-year-old, he wanted to find a boundary in the 40th over with six fours in his innings.
In the 36th over, he was caught by Rishabh Pant, but overall he would be very confident in the five-match ODI series.

Consolation effort: Virat Kohli had only a matter of time before he scored a score and did so in the IPL home ground.
The Indian captain is unbeaten on his 20th T20 international half-century, with two fours and six sixes in 38 balls, he scores the highest runs in T-20 innings.
India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni (40 in 23 balls), with the Indian captain having 100 runs in the 50th over, was unaware of it.
Although her six were of beauty, her final four were like a line drive up to the border like the first T-flat, hard and trash bullets. Like Kohli's shoulder, India added 67 runs in 14 overs and 18 runs in the last over, but it was not enough.

Catch, Part One: Prowling on the deep cover, Marcus Stoinis opener took very little catch to dismiss Shikhar Dhawan.
Stoinis tumbled and recovered holding the ball in both hands claiming he had his fingers under the ball.
Dhawan started walking, but the field umpires wanted to keep an eye on it closely, cautious with soft signals.
Following the replacement of the bulk, which appeared to have bounced in the Australian hand with the fingers with the ball fingers.
Champion batsman Matthew Hayden commented that it was clear and the decision was postponed after the forensic examination was concluded and Dhawan had to go. 

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