India beat Australia 1-0 in T20 series, Team India won by 6 wickets in Hyderabad. Know the turning point of victory.
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The Indian team finally did what was expected. He defeated Australia in the three-match T20 series. After losing the first T20, Team India returned to Nagpur and then won the series in Hyderabad. Team India beat Australia by 6 wickets in Hyderabad. Batting first, the visiting team scored 186 runs in 20 overs but Team India won a ball earlier. Hero of this match Suryakumar Yadav But let us tell you that there were 3 more turning points for the victory of Team India in this match.
1. Double wicket over from Axar Patel
There is talk of Suryakumar Yadav and Virat Kohli’s century partnership in Team India’s victory, but the first foundation of India’s victory was laid in the 14th over. Axar Patel took two big wickets in his over to stop Australia from scoring big. In this over, Akshar first dismissed Inglis and after that he dismissed wicketkeeper Matthew Wade, who was in form for Australia, on his own ball on the fifth ball.
2. Harshal Patel over
Harshal Patel’s 20th over was very heavy for Australia. Harshal gave only 7 runs in his last over. That too when Tim David hit a six on his first ball. On the second ball of the last over, Harshal did not give any runs and on the third ball he took the wicket of Tim David. Sams could not score runs on the fourth ball and Sams could score only one run on the fifth ball. Harshal Patel did not allow Cummins to score runs on the last ball.
3. Virat Kohli’s six
Another important turning point of Team India’s victory was Virat Kohli’s six which he hit in the last over. 11 runs were needed in the last 6 balls and on the first ball of Daniel Sams, Virat sealed the victory of Team India with a six. Although Kohli settled on the next ball but this six was very important for the team. Because Hardik’s bat was not visible in color as before. India needed 4 runs off the last two balls and Pandya hit a four and gave the team both the match and the series win.