Australia defeated India in the third T20 being played in Hyderabad. Akshar took four wickets for 33 runs in his spell.
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The third ODI between India and Australia is being played in Hyderabad. This match Rohit Sharma won the toss and decided to bowl first, but seeing Australia’s batting in the powerplay, it seemed that maybe Rohit’s decision would be proved wrong because australian batsmen He got beaten up fiercely but after that, the letter started bowling on Australia’s run speed. brake Fixed.
In this match too, Axar Patel’s spin was amazing and he kept all the Australian batsmen swaying. Axar took four wickets for 33 runs in four overs and pushed the visiting team to the backfoot. Coming and #AxarPatel is top trending on Twitter. Fans are being given their own reactions with this.
See the reactions of fans here
— Gajender (@gajender00) September 25, 2022
Axar Patel against Australia in the T20i series:
4-0-17-3. 2-0-13-2. 4-0-33-3.
– He’s been wonderful throughout the series, picked up wickets regularly. pic.twitter.com/Cv4eaq0EqN
— Mufaddal Vohra (@mufaddal_vohra) September 25, 2022
— JoJe (@JoshuaJeym) September 25, 2022
Australia batsmen to Axar Patel on the whole tour – pic.twitter.com/NAqfB01TPx
– Vishal. (@SportyVishal) September 25, 2022
sir jadeja when he saw axar patel throwing a direct hit on stumps pic.twitter.com/gzjTGgvf13
— Arun Lol (@dhaikilokatweet) September 25, 2022
— Harshit (@MandaviTripat16) September 25, 2022
— Indomitable Spirit (@imAshutosh08) September 25, 2022
Axar Patel in the T20 series vs Australia: 10-0-63-8
Axar to other Indian bowlers: pic.twitter.com/SLiRwALdZE
— MANISH (@KuntasticAguero) September 25, 2022
— Kritika Sîñgh (@queenkritika21) September 25, 2022
— rishuuuu (@rajrishu042) September 25, 2022
— Manan Bhimani (@FyManan) September 25, 2022
From the very first match of this series, Akshar kept the Australian batsmen in his nose, where in Mohali, Akshar took four wickets in a spell of four overs, while in Nagpur he took two wickets for 13 runs in two overs.