From Cricketers To Fans, Twitterati Lauds Team India For Their Brilliant Win Against Australia

The Men in Blue took just-concluded India vs Australia ODI series by storm after giving a masterclass performance in all the three departments of the game. The Indian cricket team defeated the Australian cricket team by 7 wickets, sealing the series by 2-1 at M.Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bengaluru.

Being asked to field first, the Indian bowlers made sure to not let the Australian batsmen set a big target for them. The Indian cricket team restricted the Australians at 286 runs.

Opening the series for their sides, David Warner and Aaron Finch couldn’t make it big for their side, the second time in a row as they both were sent back to the pavilion early in the game. However, Steve Smith was still there, absorbing all the pressure. He gave a stunning performance and smashed 131 runs off 132 balls, smashing the balls to all the corners of the ground, hitting 14 balls and 1 six. Unfortunately, his century wasn’t able to help his side win the series.

Indian bowler, Mohammad Shami was at his best once again as he took 2 major wickets in the game. Ravindra Jadeja and Virat Kohli, both helped their side too to bundle up the wickets of Australian in quick successions.

Chasing 286 runs, Indian openers, Rohit Sharma and KL Rahul kickstarted the game with a high note. However, KL Rahul failed to continue with his brilliance and was dismissed after scoring 19 runs. On the other hand, Rohit Sharma gave a thrilling show and scored 119 runs in 128 balls, scoring 8 fours and 6 sixes.

The Indian skipper, Virat Kohli gave another brilliant performance and took his team to the victory side by scoring 89 off 91 balls. Shreyas Iyer too contributed by 44 runs.

As soon as the Indian cricket team won the series, twitter was already flooded with amazing reactions and praises from the twitterati. From cricketers to fans, everyone was lauding Virat led team India for their brilliance.

Here, check out the reactions of Twitterati on Team India’s win against Australia:


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