'We're fine with fast bowlers, the player Adam Zampa said and he is happened to be classic at the match of the India vs Australia of this Sunday.
Pat Cummins took two wickets by spending 54 runs in his 10-over spell.
Hardik Pandya shined with the ball and bat in the third ODI against Australia as India emerged victorious by 5 wickets and took an unassailable 3-0 lead in the five-match series at Indore. It was their ninth ODI win in a row, equalling their best ever sequence. The two added 139 in 130 balls.
Pandya or Pandey at No. 4? And so he proceeded to play an innings befitting the situation. On a good batting surface, Rohit Sharma used the wicket to good advantage by going after the Australian bowlers right away.
Pandya's 72-ball 78 and his crucial fifth-wicket stand with Manish Pandey, who remained unbeaten on 36, helped the hosts chase down their 294-run target with 13 balls to spare. I was thinking this was a 330-340 wicket.
At that moment, to Kohli's attentive byes, Stoinis was amused, on one side it was like you need to feel for the keeper. dichotomy to that, every run matter when it is with some tough team like Australia. But a late fuightback from the Indian bowlers restricted the Aussies to 292 runs at the loss of six wickets.
Finch, circumspect in the initial stages of his innings, grew into the game as his opening stand with Warner developed. Kuldeep's figures at that point read 7-0-55-0.
India suddenly looked transformed.
100- Number of stumpings for MS Dhoni as wicketkeeper when he stumped Glenn Maxwell off Yuzvendra Chahal. "It might be nerves or just pure misjudgment, but his dismissal in the second ODI " castled via an innocuous straight delivery " doesn't augur well for him. Australia just did not have the depth or personnel to challenge India's strong batting thereon.
Bhuvneshwar and Jasprit Bumrah were exceptional as usual picking up 2-45 between them in eight overs.
Even Hardik Pandya, who took another stride towards establishing himself as a reliable all-rounder with an impressive performance with the bat and the ball, said the pace-bowling unit was "pretty amazing".
Later, on the television, the length of the shot was recorded as 103 meters. Hardik Pandya had whacked Ashton Agar for a six and a four, and wound up to do it again.
Pandya got the breakthrough for India in the 14th over as Warner missed the line completely and was bowled. Unfortunately for the visitors, they could not translate the early gains in the first match, or the overall impact in the second, to their advantage. He also preyed on the spinners' anxiety to not pitch it too full, and rocked back on a couple of occasions to muscle pulls off balls that were only slightly short. Pandya obliged and showed gumption for the challenge of steering the team patiently, bringing up his 45-ball half-century in the process.