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Aussies fall just short in final-over thriller

All-rounder Marcus Stoinis great bowling was helpless, India defeated Australia 2-0 to win the series in the second ODI.
Aussies fall just short in final-over thriller
India captain Virat Kohli's 40th ODI century after being dismissed in reply to 251 runs, Stevens was dismissed for 52 runs in the last over.
But Kohli (116) and India's spin quarter-finisher Kuldeep Yadav (3-54), Kedar Yadav (1-33) and Rabindra Jadeja (1-48) led the whitewash in the five-match series.
Paceman Pat Cummins collected 4-29 and Stevens and Peter Handscomb (48) were the favorites of batsmen, who had the potential to enrich the series in front of more than 38,000 fans at the VCA Stadium.
Before the 4/49 collapse, Australia had to bat for an hour with a huge gap of 0-83, all the wickets were spin, India returned to India.
Handscomb and Stoinis made an unbroken partnership of 39 runs in the fifth wicket. Because of the direct attack of Jadeja fielding, Victorian took out of his field.
Aussies fall just short in final-over thriller
Stoinis and gloveman Alex Carey (22) then went on to return to the match before taking another 47 runs. At this time, in response to hosting 3-5 runs in seven balls, the hosts faced in front.
But with Stoinis in the crease, there was still a hunt in Australia.

In the last over, the strikers bowled well for India, gradually, to run away rookie all-rounder Vijay Shankar.
But Australia's possibilities of enduring a radioactive shot from the first ball of LBW's first ball in the light of the right-hander batsmen, the tourists were left out to 242 for three remaining balls.
Both teams are now heading towards the Ranchi in the third ODI on Friday, which Australia must win - in the next series, to claim the series in Mohali and Delhi.
India's victory was built around Kohli's innings, which was a masterclass in terms of assessment and adaptation of the criteria, his opponent was disappointed to turn his opponent away from home.
There is nothing more to say about how Kohli did not say, but on Tuesday evening, his running was a show in smoke, composer, discipline and firmness, which nearly torn his team's run of half and offered lots of uneven bounce.
Centuries in the second ODI international against Australia, in which he has scored seven boundaries with team captain Rohit Sharma, and the 30-year-old pair of Indian legend Sachin Tendulkar has found the record for 9.
Along with one-day batting record, he is standing in his way.
As they did in Hyderabad on Saturday, their only hand was the difference, apart from performances, many top batsmen started without drawing bigger figures.
Aussies fall just short in final-over thriller
Skipper Aaron Finch (37), who showed the opposite signs of the form, and Usman Khawaja (38) was initially scratched but quickly found their gravel to run faster than running a ball in the opening over.
But when Finch was caught in the first innings with Kuldeep and Khawaja leading edge off Jadhav, Kohli was caught on the cover, then the wheel of the back started pushing.
Jadeja and leg side captain Shaun Marsh (16) returned and bowled by Glenn Maxwell (4) Kuldeep bowled, defeated Australia 4-132. 
Handscomb and Stonis came together, back then, but behind the great part of Jadeja's fielding was behind.
Carey lost the 45th over but Australia's Stoinis and Nathan Coulter-Nile needed 33 more balls.
However, the dual strike of Jasprit Bumrah's was quickly removed by bowlers for leaving heavy straining of heavy bowling over an over.
Source - Cricket.com.au
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