The third and final ODI match between India and Australia is going on in full-swing at M.Chinnaswamy stadium. This is the second game in a row, where the Australian openers Aaron Finch and David Warner failed to give a good start to their side just like they did in the series opener.
Aaron Finch and David Warner kickstarted the series by completely dominating the Indian cricket team and defeating them by 10 wickets. However, things have changed since then are not in favor of both the cricketers.
In the second of three-match ODI series, when the Australian cricket team was chasing a target of 341, the Australian openers Aaron Finch and David Warner, who were expected to carry their brilliant form failed to do so. The duo could only add 20 runs before David Warner was dismissed off a stunning catch taken by Manish Pandey. Aaron Finch followed him later after scoring 33 runs. Eventually, the Australian cricket team lost the game by 36 runs.
Now, in the ongoing match as well, Aaron Finch and David Warner’s fortune remained the same as they were dismissed early in the game. David Warner was the first one among them to make way towards the pavilion. He could only score 7 runs before Mohammed Shami made him edge one behind the stumps to KL Rahul, who was fulfilling the wicket-keeping duties.
Aaron Finch couldn’t make it big either and he was dismissed in the most bizarre manner. The Australian skipper was upset with Steve Smith after a run-out that brought an end to his innings.
The runout happened in the fifth delivery of the ninth over when Steve Smith had just played one towards the point and set-off to take a quick single, watching this Aaron Finch also ran to take a single. However, Smith changed his mind and returned back to his crease and Aaron Finch was left in shock.
Finch tried to get back to the non-striker’s end but the Indian players did what they are best at. Shreyas Iyer collected the ball and quickly threw it to Mohammad Shami who whipped off the bails before Aaron Finch could enter the crease.
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