IND vs AUS: After facing defeat in the 2nd ODI against Australia, Virat blamed the loss on these players

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IND vs AUS: After facing defeat in the 2nd ODI against Australia, Virat blamed the loss on these players

π•π•šπ• π•‹π•§π•§π•šπ•Ÿπ•–π•– – IND vs AUS: In the second ODI against the Australian team, the Indian team suffered a crushing defeat. After facing defeat in the 2nd ODI, Virat blamed the loss on these players.

The Australian team, batting first, scored a huge score of 389 runs at the loss of 4 wickets in the prescribed 50 overs.

In response to this, the Indian team chased down the target and scored 338 runs at the loss of O wickets in the prescribed 50 overs.

The Australian team won the match by a big margin of 51 runs. After that embarrassing defeat of the Indian team, captain Virat Kohli appeared quite disappointed in his post-match presentation.

India captain Kohli blamed his bowlers for the loss. He believes that his bowlers failed to bowl from the right line and length.

IND vs AUS After facing defeat in the 2nd ODI against Australia, Virat blamed the loss on these players - JioTvvinee
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The experienced bowler of the team, Mohammed Shami, had gained 73 runs in overs. The same Jaspreet Bumrah had also spent 79 runs in 10 overs.

Captain Kohli said, Australian players have completely beaten us in this match. We were very ineffective with balls, we probably did not bowl in the right areas in this entire match.

Australia have a very strong batting line up. He knows and examines the conditions of his place and the plains very well. Virat Kohli further said that in this match, I thought it right to bowl Hardik.

The way he bowled off-cutter in this ground was quite good and the reason was also right. Bowling of this manner should have been done on pitches like these.

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IND vs AUS After facing defeat in the 2nd ODI against Australia, Virat blamed the loss on these players

Virat Kohli, the captain of the Indian team, said that if it is such a big goal then it is always very difficult to chase it.

We lost our first two wickets very quickly. Then, I was joined by Shreyas Iyer. After this, when K. L. Rahul came to bat on the field, our plan was that we both kept batting for 40 or 41 overs.

After this, if we want runs in the last 10 overs at an average of 10, then they can be made. Because Hardik Pandya was yet to come forward but we could not succeed in our plan and lost the match.