IND vs AUS: The first T20I game between India and Australia ended with a roller-coaster ride. Both teams had their moments in the match. But in the end, it was the visitors that took the edge over the hosts to clinch a record win. Australia won the game by four wickets to chase down their highest successful T20I chase against India. Batting first, India made a massive total of 208/6 in their first innings. KL Rahul (55 off 35) gave India a good start despite the early wickets of Rohit Sharma (11) and Virat Kohli (2).

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Surayakumar Yadav also played a good inning and scored 46 runs off 25 balls. But the innings of the match came from the blade of Hardik Pandya, who took India to the big total. He finished the first innings and remained unbeaten on 71* off 30 balls with seven boundaries and five sixes. But in reply, Australia also started pretty well, taking the attack to the Indian bowlers.

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IND vs AUS: Rohit Sharma gave a laughing send off to Steve Smith – Watch

Australia crossed the 100-run mark in the 10th over of the second innings. The second wicket partnership of Chris Green and Steve Smith appeared to be very dangerous at the time. Both batters added 70 runs off just 40 balls. But once the partnership was broken, the visitors lost a couple more wickets. Green got out after scoring 61 runs. Smith also followed him and got out to Umesh Yadav in the 12th over. However, he started the over with a six and a four to put the bowler under pressure.

On the third ball, Smith tried to play a lap shot and, watching the batter shuffling, Umesh bowled a wide yorker, which took the edge of Smith’s bat and the keeper caught it. However, the on-field umpire gave it not-out at first and the Indian skipper asked for the DRS straight away. In the review, it showed clearly that the ball got the edge of the bat. Thus, Smith was given out for 35 off 24 balls. Notably, after that decision, Rohit, who was looking angry at the umpire, laughed it off while the batter was going back to the dugout.

India were in control going into the final overs. Australia needed 64 runs in their last five overs. But a brilliant cameo from veteran wicket-keeper Mathew Wade sealed the deal for Australia. He smashed an unbeaten 45* off 21 balls with six fours and two sixes to win it for his team. Both teams will not meet in the second game on Friday in Nagpur. For more cricket betting odds and scheduled matches for the 2022 season, read here.

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