10 Best Memes On ‘Ind vs Aus’ 3rd T20I Match

Ind vs Aus: It was a batting masterclass from Virat Kohli vs an imperious all-round bowling performance by the Australian performance in the third and final match of the just-concluded three-match ODI series. The Australian cricketers defeated Virat led the side in the third match by 12 runs at the Sydney Cricket Ground to save themselves from a 0-3 whitewash.

As the game kickstarted, Virat won the toss and chose to bat first. Though, team India started off with a blockbuster start as they sent back Aaron Finch on 0 runs. However, Matthew Wade gave an incredible performance and scored 80 runs off 53 balls, smashing 7 fours and 2 sixes. Riding on the performances of Matthew Wade (80), Steve Smith (24), and Glenn Maxwell, the Australian team posted a total of 186 runs for team India.

Chasing a target of 187 runs, Team India finished their innings for 174 runs for 7 despite a powerful knock from the Indian skipper. Though, the men in blue were all set for a thrilling finish, however, following Hardik Pandya’s dismissal, wickets kept following and the team failed to bring back the momentum.

Pandya was sent back by Adam Zampa on the first ball of the 18th over before Andrew Tye sent back the Indian skipper on the first ball of the 19th ball. India lost the game by 12 runs to Australia.

Meanwhile, social media was flooded with reactions from Twitterati on this. From fans to cricketers and experts, everyone took to their Twitter to express their thoughts on the just-concluded series. There were many who came up with hilarious memes and jokes on the just concluded match.

Here, check out the 10 best memes on just-concluded third Ind vs Aus T20I match:

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