Australian David Warner switches to right-hander against Ravichandran Ashwin and stuns everyone, watch the video – Magazine Creations

It was a nightmare for the visitors Australia, who lost to India by 99 runs even after the DLS format, with the entire team bowled out for just 217 runs in 28.2 overs.

Playing against India, Australian skipper Steve Smith opted to field first during the second ODI with India at the Holkar Stadium in Indore.

Although India lost Rituraj Gaikwad in the fourth over to Josh Hazlewood, India’s Gill and Iyer reduced the innings to full and India crossed the 200-run mark by 30 runs.

Gill (104 off 97 balls) continued his sensational run with his fifth ODI hundred of the year, while Iyer also scored a century (105 off 90 balls).

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After that, skipper KL Raheel (52 off 38 balls) and Ishan Kishan (31 off 18 balls) kept the momentum going. But it was SKY (72 not off 37 balls) who gave all the adrenaline rush to his fans. In the last 10 overs, India have made 103 runs, resulting in their highest ever total against Australia in ODIs.

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Now, aiming for a massive score of 400 is never easy even for 5-time World Cup champions.

With a poor start, Australia lost two quick wickets to Indian spinner Prasidh Krishna. Rain then halted the match resulting in a loss of 11 runs and Australia were given a new target of 317 for 33 overs.

When the match resumed, Indian spinners Ravichandran Ashwin and Ravindra Jadeja made things difficult for the Australian batsmen.

But how can they stop David Warner, who also plays for Delhi Capitals in the Indian Premier League and was also the captain?

Warner, known for his switch-hitting against spinners, decided to start batting right-handed. The left-handed hitter, in the 13th, flipped right-handed when he decided to take a right-handed stance.

Warner took Ashwin’s first delivery lightly for a single, and unleashed a brilliant shot that cruised to the fine leg boundary. This stunned Pat Cummins, who was left in splits.

Despite Warner’s efforts, the Australian batting order fell like a pack of cards and by 217.

For India, Ravichandran Ashwin and Ravindra Jadeja took three wickets each, while Prasidh Krishna took two and Mohammed Shami took one wicket.

With agency input.

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Updated: Sep 24, 2023, 11:18 PM IST


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