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Cricket World Cup 2019 – India defeated Australia by 36 runs in their 2nd League Match

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India defeated Australia by 36 runs in their second match at the World Cup on Sunday. On the field at Oval, he won the toss and chose to bat and scored 352 runs in 5 overs in 5 overs.


The Australians, who were chasing the target, were all out for 316 runs in 50 overs. This is the second consecutive win in India’s tournament. He defeated South Africa in his first match.
This is India’s fourth win against Australia in the World Cup 2019. This is the first defeat in Australia’s last 11 ODIs. His last 7 wickets fell to 78 runs.

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The 50th win against Australia in ODIs

This was the 137th match between India and Australia in ODIs. Of these, Team India has managed to win 50 matches. In 77, he had to face defeat. 10 matches remained unchanged. In this match, both teams scored a total of 668 runs.
This is the fifth highest score in a World Cup match. The first number is a match between Australia and Sri Lanka in Sydney in 2015, in which 688 were scored. In that match, Australia scored 376 and Sri Lanka made 312 runs.
In this match, Shikhar Dhawan has scored 117 runs for India. Jaspreet Bumrah and Bhuvaneshwar Kumar took 3-3 wickets in the bowling. Apart from them, Yugavendra Chahal also managed to take 2 wickets.
Steve Smith was the highest scorer from Australia. They scored 69 runs. Marks Stoney’s of Australia is his team’s highest wicket-taker. They got Virat Kohli and Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s wicket.

India’s 3 batsmen scored 50+ runs against Australia in the World cup 2019

In this match, Dhawan has scored 117 runs off 109 balls with the help of 16 fours. With the help of 13 fours, he completed his half-century in 95 balls with his century and 53 balls. Apart from Dhawan, captain Virat Kohli scored 82, Rohit Sharma 57, Hardik Pandya 48 and Mahendra Singh Dhoni 27 runs.


Lokesh Rahul remained unbeaten with 11 runs from 3 balls. Apart from Marcus Stoney’s, Australia’s Pat Cummins 55, Mitchell Starc 74 and Nathan Coulter-Nile were successful in taking 1-1 wickets with 63 runs.

Hardik Missed his first half-century in the World Cup 2019

Virat completed his half-century off 54 balls with the help of 3 fours. This is their 50th ODI and the second half of the World Cup. However, in the Hardik Pandya World Cup, missed out on making his first half-century.
He made 48 runs from 27 balls with the help of 4 fours and 3 sixes. Aaron Finch caught the catch in the cover of Pat Cummins.

Dhawan made his maiden hundred in this World Cup

Dhawan scored the century for the third time in the 17th and the World Cup This is his first century in this World Cup. With Dhawan’s century, India’s World Cup has 27 centuries. He became the most centrist team in the tournament. Australia is second with 26 centuries.
Dhawan became the first cricketer to score the most hundreds in the ICC ODI Championship (Champions Trophy and World Cup).
The record of the highest ODI score in ICC’s one-day tournament is jointly named after Sachin Tendulkar and Sourav Ganguly. Both have scored 7-7 centuries.
Dhawan is second with Ricky Ponting (Australia) and Kumar Sangakkara (Sri Lanka) with 6 centuries. Sachin, Ganguly, Ponting, and Sangakkara have retired from cricket.

Rohit-Dhawan’s second best partnership against Australia

Rohit shared 127 runs for the first wicket with the summit before being dismissed. This is the second highest partnership for the first wicket against Australia in the World Cup.
South Africa’s Graeme Smith and AB de Villiers are at number one. Both had a 160-run partnership against Australia in 2007.

Rohit left behind Sachin’s Record of 2000 Runs

Rohit completed his 2000 runs against Australia in ODIs. He touched this figure in 37 innings. They are Indians who scored 2000 or more runs in the lowest innings against any team. Before that, this record was Sachin Tendulkar’s name. Sachin touched this figure in 40 innings. Sachin achieved this feat only against Australia. So far 4 batsmen have scored 2000 or more runs against Australia in ODIs. Among them are Sachin, Rohit and West Indies’s Desmond Hans, and Vivian Richards.


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