Australia win series 2-1, become No.1 ODI team

Australia win series 2-1

In the third and final one-day international, Australia defeated India by scoring 21 runs to win the series 2-1. Adam Zampa was the star of the show with a four-wicket spell. A middle-order collapse caused India to be bowled out for 248 while attempting to chase a target score of 270.

Hardik was the best of the bowlers for India, claiming three wickets in rapid succession to put an end to Australia’s surge. Axar was also responsible for Marcus Stoinis’s dismissal during this match. With a total of 47 runs, Mitchell Marsh was the Aus’s leading scorer. Earlier, Steve Smith, the captain of Australia, won the toss and chose for his team to bat first against India.

Match Summary

After defeating India in the third one-day international on Wednesday by a score of 21 runs to win, Australia won the entire series by a score of 2-1, giving them the victory. Adam Zampa, an Australian leg-spinner, was responsible for four of his team’s wickets when they bowled India out for 248 runs in 49.1 overs. The aggregate score for Australia was 248. The batters at the top of Australia’s batting order got off to strong starts but could not convert those starts into significant scores for their team. Mitchell Marsh had the early lead in scoring with a score of 47 based on the number of balls he hit, while Travis Head followed him with a score of 33 based on the number of balls he hit.

Before they were dismissed, wicketkeeper Alex Carey (38), Marnus Labuschagne (28), Marcus Stoinis (25), and David Warner (23) all seemed to be in a strong position to win the match. Sean Abbott (26) and Ashton Agar (17) played some superb hands towards the end of the game to take the score above the 250-run barrier and move the team past the mark before Australia was bowled out in 49 overs. This allowed them to move the team above the mark.

For India, Hardik Pandya (3/44), Kuldeep Yadav (3/56), Axar Patel (2/57), and Mohammed Siraj (2/37) each took three wickets, and Mohammed Siraj and Axar Patel each grabbed two wickets. Both the top-order batsmen for India and the top-order batsmen for the visitors have earned their respective starts. Although they scored runs, players like Rohit Sharma (30), Shubman Gill (37), Virat Kohli (54), and KL Rahul (32), as well as Hardik Pandya (40), all lost their wickets at an inconvenient time.

Players Reaction

Steve Smith, the captain of Australia, says that the tour has been fun. Even if we didn’t play our best cricket, we were still able to cross the line. This pitch was very different, and we left a few runs on the field. The spinners bowled so well; it was a great game. (Turning moment) Working in the field was a tremendous grind. The way the tail stayed and brought us to 269 was a good method to get to a good total.

Player of the Series: Mitchell Marsh – When it comes to hitting, he hits with a lot of aggressiveness. It’s been very enjoyable. (At the beginning) I have a little friend named Warner who will come back at some point. I just got back from a long break, during which I worked on a number of stuff. Came here feeling pretty new. It’s been wonderful. Delhi (Capitals) will also be a lot of fun.

Adam Zampa, who was named Player of the Match, said, “I’ve done well here.” It’s hard to get here, and it’s always a big task. I do my best to stay in the game and compete. The game was transformed by Ashton Agar. Also, good job to the people that bowled before me. We have faith in each other and in our strategy. The message was to believe in our process and find ways to make it better.

Rohit Sharma, the captain of India, says, “I don’t think there were too many runs.” We didn’t bat well. Partnerships are important, but today we should have done better. You grew up playing in these kinds of settings. Therefore it’s crucial that you apply. After the game got going, it was crucial for one batter to keep going and keep the game going. It just didn’t happen. A lot to learn. From the nine ODIs we’ve played since January, we can learn a lot of good things. We need to know what we need to work on. It’s a failure for everyone, and we can learn a lot from this series. Aussies deserve credit. Both of their seamers and spinners put pressure on the other team