Australia Upset India - Australia Clinch Series 3-2

Australia tour of India 5-match one-day international series of the 5th ODI match played between India and Australia at Delhi in 2019 - Australia win by 35-runs.

The Team India lost by 35-runs and India's hat-trick defeat In the fifth and final match played in Delhi's Ferozeshah Kotla, the Indian team lost by 35 runs. With this, India lost the five-match one-day series 2-3.

Australia won the last one-day series in India in 2009. In this way, after nine years, Kangaroo defeated India at the same home in the one-day series.

It was India's last one-day match before the World Cup. In spite of a 2-0 lead in the five-match series, three consecutive defeats also question questions about the World Cup preparations.

In this match played in the India country's capital on 2019, Australia won the toss and set India a target of 273 runs, In response, the entire Indian team got collapses to 237 runs.

Indian batting line-up very disappointed, Rohit Sharma scored 56 runs for which he faced 89 balls and hit four fours.

In the end, Bhuvneshwar Kumar (46) and Kedar Jadhav (44) added a 91-run partnership for the seventh wicket to try to get India's win but could not succeed.

 Disappointing performance of Indian batsmen

The start of the Indian team to pursue their first target was disappointing. Shikhar Dhawan, who had a century in the last match, got out early in this match.

Dhawan has scored 12 runs in 15 balls between his home crowd. Fast bowler Pat Cummins placed him behind the wickets by Alex Carrie.

Highlights - India vs Australia 5th ODI at Delhi in 2019
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After Dhawan exit, Captain Virat Kohli, who came to bat with Rohit Sharma, tried to handle the team. There was a 53-run partnership for the second wicket between the Rohit-Kohli.

when Marcus Stoney's got the extra bounce ball to Virat Kohli stunned In an attempt to hit the ball going offstump, Alex Carrie took hold of him behind the wicket. before being out, Virat scored 20 runs in 22 balls. Now India's score was 2/68.

In this match the team had a lot of expectations from Rishabh Pant, who was claiming for the World Cup team, but he also disappointed. 16 runs in 16 balls and trapped in Leone's spin and caught in the slip.

Soon after the new batsman Vijay Shankar went on the go to pavilion, Adam Jampa got his wicket in an effort to increase the quick run, Usman Khawaja takes his catch, From one side where the wickets were falling.

Rohit Sharma was on the other side, Meanwhile, his half-century was also completed, but Rohit's pressure was shattered.

Adam Zampa came tense on the second ball of 29th overs for the Indian batsmen. Earlier, Rohit Sharma (56 runs in 89 balls) stumped out, then in the fifth ball Ravindra Jadeja returned without opening the account and returned the pavilion in the same style.

Now India's score was 6/132. A partnership of 91 runs was created for the seventh wicket between Kedar Jadhav and Bhuvneshwar Kumar, but after this none of the batsmen could stand on the crease.

Usman Khawaja made his second century of the series

Earlier, Australia's opener batsman Usman Khawaja made his glorious hundred, Australia set a target of 273 runs against India in the fifth and final match.

In this match played at Delhi's Ferozeshah Kotla Stadium, Australia set a scoreboard 272 on the loss of 9 wickets in 50 overs.

Bhuvneshwar Kumar took 3 wickets, while Mohammed Shami-Ravindra Jadeja took 2-2 wickets. Kuldeep Yadav got 1 wicket in the account.

Earlier, Australian opener Usman Khawaja 100 made his second century of his career. With his partner Captain Aaron Finch, Khwaja gave Australia a good start.

Earlier, both of them were looking very dangerous, but Ravindra Jadeja breakthrough for India with clean bowled to dismiss Aaron Finch (27) in the 14.3 overs.

After Finch exit, Usman Khawaja shared a 99-run partnership with Peter Handscomb for the second wicket, Meanwhile, he also scored his second century of his career.

But after scoring a hundred, he got his catch by Virat Kohli off Bhuvneshwar Kumar, The first century also was made by Khawaja during the third one-day in this series against India.

After this, the Australian team is constantly loose the wickets, India tremendous comeback with taking Glenn Maxwell wicket, Maxwell caught out by Virat Kohli off Ravindra Jadeja bowling, In the 36.2 overs, Australia's fourth wicket fell as Peter Hadescomb.

Peter Handscomb scored a 52 off 60 deliveries, He was caught out by Rishabh Panth off Mohammad Shami.

Then, Ashton Turner, the fourth one-day hero, big scorer also got Kuldeep Yadav caught at the boundary on Jadeja's spin bowling.

In the 44.2 over, Marcus Stonis (20) then another wicket with Alex Carrie (3) was out in 45.5 overs, Pat Cummins was the eighth Australian player to be out.

Bhuvaneshwar Kumar made him caught and bowled in dramatic style, Australia's Fast bowler Jhye Richardson made 29 runs in 21 balls. He was the last Australian player to be out.

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